Stability Of Sliding Mode Controlled Buck Converters With Unmodelled Dynamics Of Circuit Elements And Hall Sensor

IET POWER ELECTRONICS(2021)

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This paper investigates the stability problem of sliding mode controlled buck converters affected by unmodelled dynamics of circuit elements and Hall sensor. The parasitic resistors of all elements are contained in the modelling of buck converters. Different from the traditional sliding mode approach based on the nominal model, the circuit parasitic parameters are directly included in the controller design and stability analysis, which divide the regulation region located in the right half axis into four sub-ranges. It is more accurate and has no need of extra compensator. For Hall sensor, singular perturbation theory is adopted for modelling and analysing, giving a stable condition concerning its dynamic and static parameters. Finally, the influence of the two types of unmodelled dynamics on the whole closed-loop system is investigated by constructing an equivalent model, giving a more strict stability condition. Simulations and experiments are presented to illustrate the non-negligible influence of these unmodelled dynamics.
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Power electronics, supply and supervisory circuits,Resistors,Power system control,Power convertors and power supplies to apparatus,Control system analysis and synthesis methods,Stability in control theory
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