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Loop control is an essential area of electronics engineering that today's professionals need to master. A control system is a complex electronics architecture involving setpoints and targets. One simple example is the cruise control system of an automobile. Rather than delving into extensive theory, this practical book focuses on what power electronics engineers really need to know for compensating or stabilizing a given system. Engineers can turn instantly to practical sections with numerous design examples and ready-made formulas to help them with their projects in the field. Readers also find coverage of the underpinnings and principles of control loops so they can gain a more complete understanding of the material. This authoritative volume explains how to conduct analysis of control systems and provides extensive details on practical compensators. It helps engineers measure their system, showing how to verify if a prototype is stable and features enough design margin. Moreover, professionals learn how to secure high-volume production by bench-verified safety margins.

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Creme de la creme- Basso 13 décembre 2012
Par Donald M. Scoggin - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Mr. Basso, with the release of this book, has produced another important work sure to become a standard in power electronics and a "must have" for the college student to senior designer. Basso is able to take theory and seamlessly transform it into concise and insightful observations of real applications and circuits. Mr. Basso can take esoteric controls and s-plane plots and explain them that gives not only a solution but an understanding as well. It blends theory, reality, and practice of the past 30 years into one well written book.

I do not leave home without Mr. Basso's prior masterpiece of "Switch Mode Power Supplies" and this book is a welcome complement.

I would strongly advise anyone in design, testting, or analysis of control loops to add this tool to their toolkit.

Merci Messr. Basso!!Switch-Mode Power Supplies Spice Simulations and Practical Designs

Designing Control Loops for Linear and Switching Power Supplies: A Tutorial Guide
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The very best book for Power Supply Control Loop Design 1 décembre 2012
Par P. Saint-Pierre - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have read many books and articles written on power supply control loop design and analysis, but never have I seen a more comprehensive treatment as Christophe's latest work. I highly recommend this book for beginners as well that those very skilled in the art of power supply design. As the author recommends, working through the equations yourself brings insight to a subject that is seldom treated in such analytic rigor. As a reviewer of this work, I could not wait to see it in print and very excited that Christophe put so much effort to explain in great detail an important aspect of power supply supply design. This is a must have for anyone who is involved in power electronics.
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Finally! A comprehensive explanation of power control in easy to understand language! 28 novembre 2012
Par Jon Kraft - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Here's the short review:
If you are new to power electronics and control systems, then this is the book for you. Everything, starting with the basics, is explained in easy to understand language. If you are very experienced with power controls, then this is also the book for you. The book covers everything and probably has a few tips and tricks that you haven't seen before.

Here's the longer review:
I've been doing power electronics professionally for nearly 15 years. And the most difficult (and mysterious) part of it has always been loop control. I don't know why this is, but it is a common source of confusion among power circuit designers. Most of us learn from white papers, app notes, IC tutorials, etc. Its a very convoluted way to learn though--everyone has a slightly different take on the topic, and it just gets confusing. There are textbooks which cover some of this material. But they tend to fall into one of 3 categories. They are either rather simplistic (they only apply to a few easy situations), or full endless equations and derivations (their point gets lost), or they only include the author's "preferred" method for stabilizing power systems (and so they ignore the fundamentals).

Enter now Christophe Basso's 3rd book: "Designing Control Loops for Linear and Switching Power Supplies." (The other 2 books, particularly the "Switch Mode Power Supplies", are excellent also.) I'm sure you can find the table of contents online, so I won't repeat it here. There are 9 chapters that break the book up into basically 3 parts:
1. Fundamentals of Control (which I could also title: "things I forgot from college" or "things I 'should' know and so I'm embarrassed to ask my coworkers about"). These chapters are fantastic. All the control theory, transforms, etc. are presented in a sensible way. It takes a lot of the mystery out of understanding power control. And Basso has a very natural style of writing that puts all the material in easy to understand language--but without dumbing down the principles.
2. Op amp topologies and stabilization techniques. This also includes the most popular, and least discussed ones--the transconductance amp and the TL431.
3. How to measure and verify the loop design. Very few authors write about this, but it is one of the most important aspects to control loop design. Basso answers the why, where and how of verifying and correcting the loop design.

Each chapter also includes examples and simulation models.

A book like this is long overdue for the power electronics community. I'm convinced it will be one of the must have books for every power designer to have in their library.
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POWER UP!!! 3 décembre 2012
Par COSMIC TRAVELER - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Do you need to stabilize a power converter? If you do, then this book is for you. Author Christophe Basso, has done an outstanding job of writing a book that delves deep into understanding and analyzing specific control circuits used in power converters.

Author Basso, begins with a quick introduction on the control systems field and its associated terminology. Next, the author explains why understanding transfer functions is key for the design of fast and stable closed-loop systems. In addition, he covers parameters, such as phase margin and crossover frequency, but also less known staability criteria, such a modulus and delay margins. The author also explores the possible compensation strategies that are applied to practical examples such as linear or switching converters. Then, he continues by covering most of the possible structures you will use during your design analysis. The author then explores the internal structure of the TL431 device and details how its biasing conditions affect the loop performance. Next, he looks at shunt regulator-based compensators and how to design them. Finally, the author shows you how to open the loop on a prototype and measure the loop gain characteristics.

In this most excellent book, the author tried to give you the minimum set of necessary tools to either start designing a project or jump to a higher-level. More importantly, this great book fills the gap between control theory and converter design rigorously.
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Very good book 5 novembre 2014
Par RAYMOND C CARR - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
As a hardware engineer designing Switch Mode Power Supply for the last 10 years, I have collected quite a few books over the years dealing with the subject matter of designing control loops for them. I was a bit leery of buying this book at first as it contained the words ‘Tutorial Guide’ in the title and thought that perhaps it would not give me anything not covered by these other books. However, having previously bought a book by the same author (Spice Simulation of Switch Mode Power Supplies), I expected that this would probably be a good purchase. I was not disappointed. Mr. Basso has a knack for explaining things clearly. His writing style is inviting and exhibits clarity and purpose. Along the way he gives his readers all sorts of insights, bits of information, and design ideas that are invaluable in the field. Especially useful is the way he derives his equations from basic principles, allowing his readers to fully understand the basis of these equations, and thus gaining further insights into them and their applicability. If I had to keep only one book on this subject out of my library this would be the one that I would choose.
In his memoirs, Isaac Asimov’s recalls how he advised his students at the start of a potentially challenging lecture to “Just listen to everything I say and all will become as clear as a mountain pool.” These I found to be fitting words for Mr. Basso’s book.
Raymond Carr, General Dynamics Canada
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