Analysis of nonlinear and non-smooth dynamics of a self-oscillating series resonant inverter
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In this paper, the dynamics of a dc-ac resonant self-oscillating LC series inverter is analyzed from the point of view of piecewise smooth dynamical systems. Our system is defined by two symmetric configurations and its bifurcation analysis can be given in a one dimensional param- eter space, thus finding a non smooth transition between two strongly different dynamics. The oscillating regime, which is the one useful for applications and involves a repetitive switching action between those configurations, is given whenever their open loop equilibrium is a fo- cus. Otherwise, the only attractors are equilibrium points of node type whose stable manifolds preclude the appearance of oscillations.
CitationBenadero, L., Ponce, E., El Aroudi, A. Analysis of nonlinear and non-smooth dynamics of a self-oscillating series resonant inverter. A: Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Structural Dynamics and Vibroacoustics. "2nd Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Structural Dynamics and Vibroacoustics". 2017, p. 50-55.