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Total harmonic distortion 285
Transconductance 228–229
Transformer-isolated circuits
Feedback mechanism 150–157
Flyback circuits 157–163
Designing steps 163
Forward converter
circuits 174–175
Designing steps 175–176
Full bridge circuits 194–196
Half bridge circuits 189–191
Designing steps 191–194
Non-isolated yback
design 170–174
Non-isolated forward
converter 180–183
Off-line yback
design 163–170
Off-line forward
converter 176–180
Push-pull circuits 184–185
Designing steps 185–189
Transformer isolated
converters 20–23
Transient response time 3
True sine wave inverter 345
Bridge drive design 361–363
Design
Description 346–352
Requirements 346
H bridge design 358–361
Output converter
design 356–358
Preregulator design 352–356
Turn-off transition
of Switching 264–266
Turn-on transition
of Switching 261–264
Turns ratio
of Flyback transformer 309
V
Voltage dependent equation 75
Voltage error amplifi er 3
Voltage mode PWM
controller 102–107
Voltseconds 32, 311
Voltµseconds 329–330
W
“ Worst-case ” input voltage
for Buck 39–40
for Buck-boost 40–41
for Boost 41
Worst-case stresses, calculation
of 84
Core loss 84–86
Diode dissipation 86–87
Input capacitor
dissipation 90–92
Output capacitor
dissipation 89–90
Switch dissipation 87–89
Z
Zener clamp dissipation 306

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