Switchmode Power Supply Handbook Book Free Ebook

Title: Switchmode Power Supply Handbook

The Author: Keith Billings and Taylor Morey

Format: PDF

Volume: 849 pages

File Size: 19MB

Content:

Part 1: Functions and Requirements Common to Most Direct-off-line Switchmode Power Supplies

  • 1. Common requirements: an overview
  • 2. Ac powerline surge protection
  • 3. Electromagnetic interference (Emi) in switchmode power supplies
  • 4. Faraday screens
  • 5. Fuse selection
  • 6. Line rectification and capacitor input filters for “direct-off-line” switchmode power supplies
  • 7. Inrush control
  • 8. Start-up methods
  • 9. Soft start and low-voltage inhibit
  • 10. Turn-on voltage overshoot prevention
  • 11. Overvoltage protection
  • 14. Foldback (reentrant) output current limiting
  • 15. Base drive requirements for high-voltage bipolar transistors
  • 16. Proportional drive circuits for bipolar transistors
  • 17. Antisaturationtechniques for high-voltage transistors
  • 18. Snubber networks
  • 19. Cross-conduction
  • 20. Output filters
  • 21. Power failure warning circuits
  • 22. Centering (adjustmentto center) of auxiliary output voltages on multiple-output converters
  • 23. Auxiliary supply systems
  • 24. Parallel operation of voltage-stabilized power supplies

Part 2 Design: Theory and Practice

  • 1. Multiple-output flyback switchmode power supplies
  • 2. Flyback transformer design
  • 3. Reducing transistor switching stress
  • 4. Selecting power components for flyback converters
  • 5. The diagonal half-bridge flyback converter
  • 6. Self-oscillating direct-off-line flyback converters
  • 7. Applying current-mode control to flyback converters
  • 8. Direct-off-line single-ended forward converters
  • 9. Transformer design for forward converters
  • 10. Diagonal half-bridge forward converters
  • 11. Transformer design for diagonal half-bridge forward converters
  • 12. Half-bridge push-pull duty-ratio-controlled converters
  • 13. Bridge converters
  • 14. Low-power self-oscillating auxiliary converters
  • 15. Single-transformer two-transistor self-oscillating converters
  • 16. Two-transformer self-oscillating converters
  • 17. The dc-to-dc transformer concept
  • 18. Multiple-output compound regulating systems
  • 19. Duty-ratio-controlled push-pull converters
  • 20. Dc-to-dc switching regulators
  • 21. High-frequency saturable reactor power regulator (magnetic duty ratio control)
  • 22. Constant-current power supplies
  • 23. Variable linear power supplies
  • 24. Switchmode variable power supplies 25. Switchmode variable power supply transformer design

Part 3 Applied Design

  • 1. Inductors and chokes in switchmode supplies
  • 2. High-current chokes using iron powder cores
  • 3. Choke design using iron powder toroidal cores
  • 4. Switchmodetransformer design (general principles)
  • 5. Optimum 150-w transformer design example using nomograms
  • 6. Transformer staircase saturation
  • 7. Flux doubling
  • 8. Stability and control-loop compensation in SMPS
  • 9. The right-half-plane zero
  • 10. Current-mode control
  • 11. Optocouplers
  • 12. Ripple current ratings for electrolytic capacitors
  • 13. Noninductive current shunts
  • 14. Currenttransformers
  • 15. Current probes for measurement purposes
  • 16. Thermal management

Part 4 Supplementary

  • 1. Active power factor correction
  • 2. The merits and limitations of hard switching and fully resonant switchmode power supplies
  • 3. Quasi-resonant switching converters
  • 4. A fully resonant self-oscillating current fed fet type sinewave inverter
  • 5. A single control wide range sinewave oscillator