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  • Tim Haskew, Assoc Professor, +5 authors Zeiler
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Many engineering faculty, both nationally and locally, have long recognized the significant educational benefits of undergraduate experiences in research environments. In fact, the National Science Foundation allocates a large sum of funding for their Research Experience for Undergraduates program. The project proposed here is designed to develop a(More)
Recently, digital controls are becoming dominant in almost every power electronic application because of the advantage when compared to analog control. This includes the ability of digital controllers to perform more advanced and sophisticated functions that potentially result in improving power conversion efficiency and/or the dynamic performance of the(More)
Tight regulation of the output voltage is often required in many power supply applications, despite the highly dynamic nature of the loads. This is conventionally obtained by the design of high bandwidth feedback loop or recently by using adaptive control methods. The control loop is designed with specified safe bandwidth and gain and phase margins such(More)
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