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Title POWER SUPPLY ON CHIP DC-DC CONVERTER IDENTIFICATION USING BLACK-BOX MODELING TECHNIQUES
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Degree MS
Discipline/Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Degree Level masters
University/Publisher Mississippi State University
Abstract With recent developments in power conversion technologies and market trends that are driving those technologies toward further miniaturization and greater integration, the need for verifying an empirically based modeling methodology for proprietary power converters such as Power Supply on Chip (PwrSoC) products has risen significantly. This need motivates the investigation of black-box models which require little or no knowledge of the internal workings of a system, for those areas of industry adopting PwrSoC technology as a point-of-load solution. This thesis reports a black-box modeling method tailored to accommodate but not limited to the requirements of a specific commercially available PwrSoC technology.
Subjects/Keywords PwrSoC; system identification; dcdc converter; black-box; modeling
Contributors Dr. Michael S. Mazzola, P.E. (chair); Dr. Raymond S. Winton (committee_member); Dr. Yaroslav Koshka (committee_member)
Language en
Rights unrestricted
Country of Publication us
Format application/pdf
Record ID oai:library.msstate.edu:etd-09082011-152730
Repository msstate
Date Retrieved
Date Indexed 2018-01-03
Grantor MSSTATE

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