A frequency domain approach for controlling chaos in switching converters
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The purpose of this paper is the synthesis from the frequency domain standpoint of a controller for switching power converters with the aim to eliminate bifurcation and chaotic behavior. Firstly the paper analyzes the frequency response of previous delay-based chaos controllers unveiling that they are based in comb-filtering at multiples of the sub-harmonic half of the switching frequency. Secondly, chaos control is explored by using both a single notch filter and a bandstop filter at half of the switching frequency. It is demonstrated that the latter achieves chaos rejection while being an implementation-aware simplification of delay-based methods.
CitationRodriguez, E. [et al.]. A frequency domain approach for controlling chaos in switching converters. A: IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems. "2010 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems". París: 2010, p. 2928-2931.