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Average current mode control for boost converter

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AbhimanyuSingh

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Can someone suggest me any literature or book or any material where I can read and understand the very basics of average current mode control for a boost converter. By basic, I mean the purpose of every block, component, every theoretical detail. I need it urgently.
 

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I read that book, but it wasnt what I actually wanted. I want to understand how the control theory of that circuit. The block diagram of the circuit is attatched. I wanted to know how the values of different capacitors, resistors and multiplication constants are decided. Thank you.

 

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I think if you read that book carefully, you should understand the boost circuit principle. However, I found your boost is diiferent from usual boost. Both CC/CV regulation is required? To decide component value, you need to build a behavior model for AC simulation. Method for behavior model can be found in that book.
 

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The best thing is to probable just grab the datasheets and appnotes for various control ICs and read them. Many companies (linear tech, texas instruments) will do a good job explaining the operation and methodology behind the system. I built a interleaved average current mode boost PFC based on the UCC28070 and it was my first time designing a PFC or ACM controller, but just reading the datasheet thoroughly was enough for me to understand it completely.
 
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