SIMULATIONS AND PRACTICAL DESIGNS OF OFF-LINE CONVERTERS—THE FRONT END


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SIMULATIONS AND PRACTICAL DESIGNS OF OFF-LINE CONVERTERS—THE FRONT END
10307001010607SIMULATIONS AND PRACTICAL DESIGNS OF OFF-LINE CONVERTERS—THE FRONT ENDIn this chapter, we investigate the front-end section, common to any ac–dc power supply. It can be a simple full-wave rectifier or a more complex power factor correction circuit. As rectification represents an important topic in mains connected topologies, we begin there.
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Christophe Basso: Switch-Mode Power Supplies: SPICE Simulations and Practical Designs. SIMULATIONS AND PRACTICAL DESIGNS OF OFF-LINE CONVERTERS—THE FRONT END, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008), AccessEngineering Export