Explicit Model Predictive Control of DC–DC Switched-Mode Power Supplies With Extended Kalman Filtering

@article{Beccuti2009ExplicitMP,
  title={Explicit Model Predictive Control of DC–DC Switched-Mode Power Supplies With Extended Kalman Filtering},
  author={A. Giovanni Beccuti and S{\'e}bastien Mari{\'e}thoz and Sebastien Cliquennois and Shu Wang and Manfred Morari},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2009},
  volume={56},
  pages={1864-1874}
}
This paper presents a sensorless explicit model predictive control scheme for the dc-dc boost converter. No direct inductor current measurement is needed as the coil current is derived either via a static approximation or, for improved accuracy, through an extended Kalman filter. The estimate is used in the chosen optimal control problem formulation which yields the optimal input by intrinsically accounting for duty cycle and current constraints. The optimization problem is explicitly presolved… CONTINUE READING

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