Chapter 2
Principles of Steady-State Converter Analysis
2.1. Introduction
2.2. Inductor volt-second balance, capacitor charge
balance, and the small ripple approximation
2.3. Boost converter example
2.4. Cuk converter example
2.5. Estimating the ripple in
Chapter 4
Switch Realization
We have seen in previous chapters that the switching elements of the buck, boost,
and several other dc-dc converters can be implemented using a transistor and diode. One
might wonder why this is so, and how to realize semicond
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Switching Power Supplies
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Fundamentals of power electronics
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CHAPTER 8
The Wishart Distribution
The Wishart distribution arises in a natural way as a matrix generalization
of the chi-square distribution. If X,. . . , X, are independent with C(4) =
N(0, l), then C;T* has a chi-square distribution with n degrees of f