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Switched Control Applied to a Totem-Pole Bridgeless Rectifier for Power Factor Correction

  title={Switched Control Applied to a Totem-Pole Bridgeless Rectifier for Power Factor Correction},
  author={Luan Vin{\'i}cius Fiorio and Tiago Jackson May Dezuo and Yales R. de Novaes},
The wide range of operation of bridgeless rectifiers requires a control technique that guarantee robustness. Linear Power Factor Correction (PFC) control techniques, although effective, cannot guarantee such robustness. Nonlinear techniques such as one cycle control are more robust, but other options should be explored. In this work, an affine model is obtained for a Totem-Pole Bridgeless Rectifier (TPBR). An extension to an existing switched control design technique is presented in order to… 

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