Dynamic Inductor Control Concept
This chapter is conducted to demonstrate the deployment of the dynamic inductor control in the DC-DC converters to achieve the maximum efficiency under different operating conditions. The dynamic inductor control sets the inductor at its maximum inductance value by controlling magnetic field intensity H using a DC control current to keep the inductor working away from its saturation point and forcing it to operate at the maximum possible permeability point μmax (maximum inductance value).
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