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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. -
Hey thanks for replying! I was reading some online literature and found out that your explanation seems to be the case ( ). Step responses of my circuit showed very small (close to none) ringing for all loads. Also, inputting sinusoids showed that the power supply doesn't have much good ripple re
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.
hi, i really need help in completing a project which consists about real-time simulation of buck converter. i want to know whether i can use PIC16F877A to do the real time simulation and how to do it?..really need ASAP replies..thanks :)
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 (...)