A single-inductor two-input two-output power electronic dc–dc converter can be used to regulate two generally nonsymmetric
positive and negative outputs by means of a pulsewidth modulation with a double voltage feedback. This paper studies the dynamic behavior of this system. First, the operation modes and the steady-state properties of the converter are addressed, and, then, a stability analysis that includes both the power stage and
control parameters is carried out. Different bifurcations are determined from the averaged model and from the discrete-time model.
The Routh–Hurwitz criterion is used to obtain the stability regions of the averaged (slow-scale) dynamics in the design parameter
space, and a discrete-time approach is used to obtain more accurate results and to detect possible (fast-scale) subharmonic oscillations.
Experimental measurements were taken from a system prototype to confirm the analytical results and numerical simulations.
Some possible nonsmooth bifurcations due to the change in the switching patterns are also illustrated.
CitationMoreno-Font, V. [et al.]. Dynamics and stability issues of a single-inductor dual-switching DC-DC converter. "IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I. Regular Papers", 08 Febrer 2010, vol. 57, núm. 2, p. 415-426.
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