Likhita Gavini

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Buck-boost converters are nonlinear, non-minimum phase systems with respect to their output voltage. Conventional controllers make use of a one-to-one correspondence between the voltage and current equilibriums. They exploit the stable zero dynamics of the inductor current to indirectly regulate the capacitor voltage. Indirect regulation of voltage is(More)
Buck-boost converters are non-minimum phase nonlinear circuits. Due to which there arises several constraints in selection of proper control approach. What is proposed in this paper is the application of a decoupling technique to isolate the non-minimum phase part of the system. The decoupled non-minimum phase transfer function dynamics are changed to(More)
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