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Push-Pull Converter Simulation Design.

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Does someone have/know some simulation using a Circuit Simulator or any other application that show me the current path of a push-pull converter?
 

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Push-pull action is typical of the transistor half-bridge:

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The power supply does not always have to be bipolar +/-.
The transistors/ mosfets do not necessarily have to be N-devices.
The output stage might have a capacitor in series, or it might be a network of components.

This simulation was done in Falstad's animated interactive simulator.
Free to download and use at:

www.falstad.com/circuit

It has the ability to export a weblink (below). It will:
(1) open the falstad.com website
(2) load my schematic into his simulator
(3) run it on your computer.

https://tinyurl.com/mtltyk8

It portrays current flow through the various paths, through all stages of the cycle.

You can change values by right-clicking on a component, and select Edit.
 

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