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Hybrid dynamic modeling and control of switched affine systems: application to DC-DC converters

Abstract : The paper deals with the problem of control of switched systems described by a set of affine differential equations. Among the potential applications , the DC-DC converters constitute an important class of systems, which concentrates the interest of the control community. The paper proposes a new formulation of the problem in the context of hybrid dynamic systems, which represents an adequate way for handling the requirements of DC-DC converters, while guaranteeing theoretically and practically all specifications in terms of stability and performance. In this sense, the proposed approach encompasses several methods considered in the literature. The method is illustrated for the cases of buck and boost converters. The developed results are preliminary but constitute an interesting direction for reducing the gap between theoretical results and their practical applications in power electronics.
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Carolina Albea-Sanchez, Germain Garcia, Luca Zaccarian. Hybrid dynamic modeling and control of switched affine systems: application to DC-DC converters. 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, Dec 2015, Osaka, Japan. ⟨hal-01220447v3⟩



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