Improved Forward Topologies for DC-DC applications with Built-in Input Filter

@inproceedings{Leu2006ImprovedFT,
  title={Improved Forward Topologies for DC-DC applications with Built-in Input Filter},
  author={Ching-Shan Leu},
  year={2006}
}
Among PWM power conversion topologies, the single-switch forward topology is the one that has been most widely used for decades. Its popularity has been based on many factors, including its low cost, circuit simplicity and high efficiency. However, several issues need to be addressed when using the forward converter such as the core reset, the voltage spikes caused by the transformer leakage inductance, and the pulsating input current waveform. The transformer is driven in a unidirectional… CONTINUE READING

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