Conclusions and Future Work
Switched-mode DC-DC converters are the essential part of much electronic equipment for their high efficiency and simplicity. Conventional DC-DC converters suffer from efficiency degradation due to continuous change in the inductance value during operation. This dissertation has proposed a novel dynamic inductor control that can be generally applied to various DC-DC converter types to improve the converter efficiency throughout controlling the inductance value at all operating points without consequential complexity and increase in the inductor cost and size.
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