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Your design works in simulation. I put your values in my simple boost converter schematic. Clock 800 Hz, 83% duty I have not worked with control IC's such as IR2112.
Do your waveforms resemble this upwards of 20A peak being drawn from the supply. The inductor needs to carry 19 or 20A without saturating. The smoothing capacitor needs to withstand pulses of 13A. A bank of capacitors is a good idea. The above figures can be red
well there is a simulation of the isolated cuk PFC in that post that i linked, but in truth i dont think the current profile of the cuk is any better than the boost toward emc. I could well be wrong, i think tesla motors are the only people in the world to have that topology (cuk PFC) working and in a volume production process and actually bein
For step-up you want a boost converter. (A buck type steps down.) Do you intend to construct your own? See my posts in the thread below. They contain links to simulations of buck, boost, and buckboost converters. The simulations are animated and interactive. (It needs for (...)
Hi all, I'm trying to simulate a boost converter for a constant current led driver, power factor corrected. The AC source is nominal 12VAC, 17V Peak, 50Hz frequency. Of interest is frequency of oscilation and input/output current waveform. I dont know how to set the graph to show a time dependent plot with amplitude as y axys and time
You probably are aware it's important to keep a load attached at all times. With no load, output can soar to a high voltage, and you have the possibility of destroying components. Going with your specs, I ran my simulation of a triple-interleaved boost converter. It may or may not be similar to your converter's topology. (...)
Anyone can design the project," PID based dc motor speed control using boost converter" in Proteus simulation software. The cost will be given , no worries
At these Ampere levels you might want to consider interleaving 2 or more boost converters. It will greatly reduce stress on your smoothing capacitor as well as other components. I went with your figure o
Here is a simulation showing how a buck-boost will work. It illustrates how you can deliver a charge a 12V battery from a PV panel putting out just 11V at 130 mA. By putting a choke on the supply feed, and an input smoothing capacitor, you can draw continuous current from the PV panel. Most of the resistors are 'invisible', inserted to portray s
The simulation waveforms don't show much details. But generally it's expectable that the drain voltage swings below ground due to transistor and diode capacitances. If you observe the simulation results thoroughly, you should see why and how. You shouldn't particularly worry about the negative currrent. The exponential current waveform sugge
Hello members, I have some doubts on how to define the requirements for certain analog simulation models. Supposing you have to require a boost DCDC converter simulation model which shall provide the Output voltage with a given maximum error. How would you define the error and which is the value that can be (...)
I presume you are using Simplis .POP analysis? As far as I see, you have the AC source shorting the feedback part in all simulation circuits, which can't work. P.S. Forgot my previous comment. I didn't understand the working of the SIMETRIX bode probe.
This simulation illustrates the concept of a buck-boost converter. The two schematics are identical except for the power supply voltages. By varying the duty cycle through the coil, both yield 5V output. Notice that a buck-boost output inverts the polarity of the power supply. This may or may not work with your system. -
I think normally we are only interested in responses upto 1/2 of the switching frequency, beyond which we usually ignored. Refer to your last Simplis simulation results, looks like your switching freq. is about 110KHz, manifested by a dip of the gain curve and a zig-zag of the phase curve at that frequency, (another dip at 220KHz, at not so obvious
Post Proteus file. You should know that such simulation in Proteus is just simulation and real parts environment is something different. Specially I mean on switching designs. Best regards, Peter ;-)
The simulation shows boost operation. Which particular problem do you refer to?
Hello, Every one . I am interested in simulation of gain and phase of boost converter in open loop first . To really see the RHPZ . But i am not aware how to simulate it Any help would be great regards
If output depends only on transformer turns ratio, it means there are no feedback regulations in your simulation circuit. Primary wiring current ramps up until reaches comparator's (current sense) threshold causing mosfet transistor to turn off. Then voltage on the secondary wiring goes as high as turn ratio allows. Circuit is not controlled.
'Real time' suggests you are interested either in an animated simulation, or an interactive simulation, or both. What leads have you explored so far? Although I do not have experience with a pic, I have a Youtube video which consists of animated simulations of buck, boost, and buck-boost (...)
Apart from circuit details - there are more dubious points - the exact behaviour of the boost converter part can be only guessed without a simulation. For the time beeing I'll assume that it's working somehow. But how's the efficiency, does it use a reasonable operation point of the solar panel? How about in- and output voltages and (...)
Did you check for the correct waveform at the Drain of Q3 ? The simulation may not be working correctly to switch Q3 on/off. - - - Updated - - - Sorry the very good answer of SunnySkyguy went thru while I was typing mine.
I am designing a closed loop boost converter. I have done the simulation in simulink and its working fine. I want to realize it practically but am having trouble designing the Proportional controller. It has a gain value of 100. So how do I calculate the parameters for the P controller. Please help. By the way I am trying to generate (...)
i am working on soft switching converter. i simulated the hard switching boost converter and soft switching boost converter in psim. while measuring the efficiency ((vout*iout)/(vin*iin)) , the efficiency of hard switching converter is more than the soft switching (...)
You can use a boost converter to boost up the 5V supply (what you use for VDD) to 12V. Then you can use 2 transistors so that the 5V output from the PIC16F877A provides 12V output. Here's the level shifter circuit I am talking are the simulation results:
hello guys, i urgently need advice on my final-year project am working on which is a bi-directional buck-boost controller applicable in solar power generation systems... i am kinda stuck as i am still working on the circuit design and simulation. i would appreciate materials, web links, advice or link-up with people who have done such project befo
Also, you can set the temperature higher in the simulation to see the effect. Make sure you include the inductor series resistance as well. Keith
You can easily calculate (or check in a simulation), that the basic boost converter topology with 1.2 mH inductor and 470 uF capacitor is unable to produce the observed oscillation. This clarifies, that you are talking about parasitic effects of your circuit layout and the involved components, particularly capacitor ESR and ESL, inductor (...)
Sir, i am electrical power engineering student and my final year project is (boost converter simulation IN MATLAB) ITS STEP UP 12V TO 40V BUT HERE THE PROBLEM IS WITH US IS THAT WE DONOT KNOW THAT WHICH DIODE AND MOSFET IS SUITABLE FOR OUR CIRCUIT ?SO PLEASE HELP ME THAT WHICH TYPE OF DIODE AND MOSFET WE USE IN OUR CIRCUIT TO GAVE US (...)
could anyone please give me information sources regarding the different closed loop control methods for a buck boost converter. I need to take a seminar on the same. So it would be a great help for me and also i require simulation results of the same if possible for guidance. Thanks in advance.Any help will be appreciated
I am currently working with LTC3108 and to simulate LTspice. With solar panels to feed for simulation I used 0.8 V as the source. I try the different outputs to measure but have different problems. As to why power capacitor decreases after
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hi friends i need simulink dc-dc 155 to 225v boost converter with closed loop circuit with explanation.. any one can help me... i need the simulation result.... thanks in advance email: narendran.k.s@gmail.com if any one know means pls send the information to my email id.. pls help me friends
i would like to deign an electonic ballast for flourescent lamps.i would like to include a buck boost power factor correction circuit for the improvement of powerfactor. a series resonant parallel loaded circuit is used to drive the lamp output stage.i would like to switch the circuit using zero voltage switching and i would like to sense the outpu
I tried to simulate a boost converter in Matlab with swithcing frequency 100KHz. But the matlab takes long time to simulate even for 1s simulation. I tried changing different solvers like ode23,.... but didn't help. Any idea how can I increase the speed so that I can simulate for about 300-500seconds?
hi friends i 'm doing my final yr project on solar cell.. in ttat it needs the simulation od dc dc converter and pwm generator... can someone help me out how to do these matlab simulation of boost conv and pwm generator which automatically geneartes the pulses based on the duty cyle varying...??? pls help me guys any one (...)
i need a circuit that which can give an output of 230v from a 3v to 6v DC supply. i hope someoneis having answer for my question
hello ,i m an engg student and working on a fuel cell project as my final year project.we hav to make a fuzzy logic controller which can control the fuel cell o/p to get constant o/p.we already made the controller .now to check it we need to simulate it using a pwm genratr n a dc/dc boost convertr can any body plz tell me hw to simul
The current goes in the input will be max of 20 A No. 300W/8V = 37.5A, without considering losses. From your post, I wouldn't have thought, that you are talking of a simulation with generic components. The results don't mean much, except that the device parameter are inappropriate. You are able to visualize in your
Does SPICE simulation include the high order (high frequency) poles/zeros effect in converter system? I have a boost converter system with variable load. I have compensated the loop with heavy load and the crossover frequency is about 15% of the switching frequency. Then I found when the load is light, the crossover (...)
Hello Friends, do anybody have done work on the current controlled boost converter simulation with Matlab / Simulink, i am a beginner in this. if so kindly help me by sending that information. -Kankan
I would like to know if somebody has tried to change the diode of a inductor based DC/DC boost converter to a MOSFET working as diode. I have tried it but a lot of SOAC appear in the simulation using 0.35 AMS technology (h35b4, 50V tech). If it should not work, could explain why? The design has to increase voltage from 3V to 50V. There are (...)
Hi all, I want to simulate a Flyback and a Forward converter. I've been trying, but there is a convergence problem in PSpice. I need the simulation to be quite long (1 sec or more) so all the transitory effects are stinguished. I simulated a Buck and Buck-boost with no problems. I'm also a little lost finding a model for the transformer. (...)
Hi friends, How could I simulation the closed-loop gain of boost converter? Any document or reference? Your help is highly appreciated. ^.^ Will
Hi friends, I'm simulating a boost converter in DCM. The inductor current is supposed to decrease until zero during the switch is OFF. However, from my simulation results, the inductor current drops to -ve values. Why come?? How to solve such problem?? L = 400uH C = 100nF R = 3.3k SW is large enough. Any comment is highly (...)
HOW TO OBTAIN A BUCK OR boost converter WITH GOOD LINE/LOAD TRANSIENT WHEN simulation!!?? thanks!!
Hi friends, I am designing a boost converter. From the simulation, the efficiency decreases as the duty cycle increases. Is this because more power is consumed in the inductor-NMOS path as the NMOS ON time (duty cycle) increases?? Your comment is highly appreciated ~ Will
Hi friends, I'm now designing a 1.5V-input booster converter for driving white LEDs. I just put ideal pulse to drive the switch with D=0.8 at 1MHz. The simulation results show an overshoot at the output during startup (Please have a look on the attached file). The upper waveform is the output voltage and the lower waveform is the output (...)
SMPS SPICE Books: 1.Bello, "Circuit simulation of Switching Regulators Using SPICE," 1993 Buck, boost and flyback averaged power stage models for continuous and discontinuous conduction. Voltage and current mode control. SG1524, 1525 and 1526 PWM controller models. UC1846 current mode PWM. 2.Ra
How to simulation the phase margin of boost converter?? Is there any book to tell us how to do it!! Thanks!!
Even though the steady-state output current is only 500mA, you can get a higher inductor current, especially in a simulation where you do not control the duty-cycle dynamically and you do not have any feedback, nor any elements to prevent the inrush current.. Plus, you need to charge up the output capacitor from zero. While the output voltage i