Unified Flyback Switching-Cell Model Including The Leakage Inductance Effects For Spice Simulation
A unified behavioral model based on the flyback transformer, including its leakage inductance, is presented in this paper. The proposed switched transformer model is applicable to simulate topology-independent converters under both continuous (CCM) and discontinuous (DCM) conduction modes. The model can be used in modeling more complicated converter topologies with non-idealities, such as leakage inductance and snubber networks. Simulation results using the proposed model show the over-looked effect of the transformer leakage inductance on the high frequency transfer function response of the flyback converter. The time domain simulation results show a good accuracy and significant reduction in the simulation time.
PESC Record - IEEE Annual Power Electronics Specialists Conference
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Article; Proceedings Paper
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Rustom, Khalid; Qiu, Weihong; and Iannello, Chris, "Unified Flyback Switching-Cell Model Including The Leakage Inductance Effects For Spice Simulation" (2003). Scopus Export 2000s. 1634.