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Steady-state algorithm for switching power electronic devices

Steady-state algorithm for switching power electronic devices

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Obtaining the steady-state operation of a power electronic device by means of brute force computer simulation is not feasible in many practical cases. Fast steady-state algorithms that formulate the steady-state problem as a boundary problem and solve it using Newton's method have been proposed to overcome this difficulty. These algorithms are known as shooting algorithms. An extension of the shooting algorithm for piecewise linear circuits is provided. The complete Jacobian matrix that takes into account the switching instants variation is analytically derived for a state variable formulation of the steady-state problem of a piecewise linear circuit. A computer program PWiseSS based on this algorithm is used to solve a previously proposed test circuit of difficult convergence as well as to solve a realistic six-pulse converter of interest to the power electronics engineer.

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