Switch-Mode Power Supply SPICE Cookbook (Mcgraw-Hill Professional Engineering) (英語) ハードカバー – 2001/3/19
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Ready-made SPICE power supply solutions
Now you can get solutions to the most difficult problems facing power supply designers: shrinking size and increased thermal constraints. Christophe Basso’s SMPS SPICE Cookbook is a complete designer’s toolkit with tested, ready-to-run SPICE models on an accompanying CD-ROM. The models come in all three SPICE flavors with demo versions. You can start from scratch, installing the software and simulating the examples in the book without any SPICE experience whatsoever. All the common SMPS topologies are covered: buck, boost, buck-boost, and SEPIC. Each is described in terms of relative strengths and weaknesses and then modeled. Just turn to the CD, pull out the model in the flavor of SPICE you use, plug in your own values – and out comes a design solution. All the models in the book have been carefully simulated and tested. A special website even lets you access new models that will be posted on a continuing basis
"I can only give a glowing review for Basso's proposed book. Christophe Basso is a frequent contributor to EDN's Design ideas section, and his submissions are uniformly excellent and innovative. His topic is an extremely valid one, and should be of interest to many readers. A wealth of literature exists on SPICE models for power supplies, but it's generally scattered in companies' application literature and conference papers. Basso's effort is the first I know of to compile the SPICE information in one place." Daniel Mitchell, Technical Editor, EDN Magazine商品の説明をすべて表示する
If you are a working professional in power electronics, buy this book. Basso gives away a lot of very accurate cookbook designs that can be easily "tweaked" to fit any design requirement. The circuits provided in this book made it very easy for me to make a complete working SPICE model of my design in just a few hours.
Learn the fundamentals about power electronics and SPICE, then buy this book.