Digital memory look-up based implementation of sliding mode control for dc-dc converters
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
© 2016 Elsevier Ltd. Switched power electronic converters involve different control actions for different system events. A local control strategy may be developed which reacts only to some local information available to each component without any communication between the different system components located far away in real time. The purpose of this paper is to present a low cost memory based control strategy in a dc-dc boost converter. The control employed in this work is based on a sliding-mode hysteretic control strategy where the sliding manifold is derived a priori and stored as a look-up table in digital memory hardware. The proposed control implementation strategy is low cost and offers a robust dynamic response that is used to mitigate many disturbances in the system.
Control Engineering Practice
Digital memory look-up based implementation of sliding mode control for dc-dc converters.
Control Engineering Practice,
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