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Implementation of Robust Prediction Observer Controller for DC-DC Converter
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 Title & Authors
Implementation of Robust Prediction Observer Controller for DC-DC Converter
Shenbagalakshmi, R.; Raja, T. Sree Renga;
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 Abstract
A discrete controller is designed for low power dc-dc switched mode power supplies. The approach is based on time domain and the control loop continuously and concurrently tunes the compensator parameters to meet the converter specifications. A digital state feedback control combined with the load estimator provides a complete compensation, which further improves the dynamic performance of the closed loop system. Simulation of digitally controlled Buck converter is performed with MATLAB/Simulink. Experimental results are given to demonstrate the effectiveness of the controller using LabVIEW with a data acquisition card (model DAQ Pad - 6009).
 Keywords
DC-DC converters;Digital state feedback;Pole placement;Prediction observer;Separation principle;
 Language
English
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