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Who was it who had an argument about the RHPZ in a CUK converter?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Genome, Jun 9, 2006.

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  1. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Sorry, I've just come back to it again and I might have found it. Or maybe
    not, or maybe and some other stuff.

    Anyway

    Sorry.

    DNA
     
  2. You should be able to see if a topology has a RHPZ by looking at the
    schematic. Is that not true? Looking at a Cuk and I will say it does not
    have a RHPZ.
    Harry, If I am wrong then it dose!
     
  3. Genome

    Genome Guest

    I was just saying sorry.

    If you ask for more and it gives less then it does but you have to figure
    out why it might before you can say it will.

    Anyway I shouldn't have posted that because the original person who was
    arguing didn't give any reasons so I'm not sorry.... Errr, I mean I was
    sober.

    It's alright now.

    DNA
     
  4. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

    Hello Harry,

    Errr, maybe not quite. Here is an oldie but goldie, done on a typewriter:
    http://focus.ti.com/lit/ml/slup084/slup084.pdf

    In a design by someone else you can't always easily see whether and when
    it'll be in continuous inductor current mode. Usually you've got to whip
    out the calculator for that. Sometimes I still use slide rule.
     
  5. Genome

    Genome Guest

    Here's one I did earlier for flyback.

    http://www.genomerics.org/seegon/seegon.html

    It comes wiv simpler maffs and explanation.

    DNA
    DNA
     
  6. Joerg

    Joerg Guest

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