Transformers and Magnetic Design


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Transformers and Magnetic Design
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<emphasis role="bold">Introduction</emphasis> In Part 1, we considered the characteristics of most of the more frequently used topologies in sufficient depth to allow us to make a suitable choice of topologies that best meets the power supply specifications. Frequently, the topology is selected to minimize the power transistor’s off-voltage stress at high line and the peak current stress at maximum output power. Other considerations would be to minimize parts count, cost, and required volu…
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Abraham Pressman: Switching Power Supply Design, Third Edition. Transformers and Magnetic Design, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export