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Title: A simple large-signal non-linear model for fast simulation of zero-current-switch quasi-resonant converters
Authors: Wong, LK
Leung, FHF 
Tam, PKS
Issue Date: 1996
Source: PESC96 record : 27th annual IEEE Power Electronics Specialists Conference, p. 1087-1091
Abstract: A nonlinear model for zero-current-switch quasi-resonant-converters is proposed which can be derived easily using simple analytical techniques. It is readily accepted by MATLAB for analysis and simulation in fast speed. Simulations have shown its accuracy even for large-signal transient dynamics. The condition for zero-current switching is also identified from this model.
Keywords: Computer simulation
Differential equations
Electric network topology
Electric switches
Nonlinear equations
Signal theory
Publisher: IEEE
ISBN: 0-7803-3500-7
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