Analysis of Electrical Circuits with Variable Load Regime Parameters

Analysis of Electrical Circuits with Variable Load Regime Parameters

Contents
  • Typical Structure And Equivalent Circuits Of Power Supply
  • Systems Features Of Circuits With Variable Operating
  • Regime Parameters
  • Disadvantages Of The Well known Calculation Methods
  • Voltampere Characteristics Of An Active
  • Regime Parameters In The Relative Form
  • Regime Change In The Relative Form
  • Active Two port With Changeable Resistance
  • Scales Of Regime Parameters For Cascaded
  • Analysis Of The Traditional Approach To Normalizing
  • Active Two port
  • Volt Characteristics Of An Active Two port
  • Traditional Recalculation Of The Load Currents
  • Nonlinear Energy Characteristics
  • Efficiency Of Two ports With Different Losses
  • Characteristic Regimes Of Solar Cells
  • Regulated Voltage Converters
  • Voltage Regulator With A Limited Capacity Voltage
  • Source
  • Buck Converter
  • Boost Converter
  • References
  • Part I Electrical Circuits With One Load Projective Coordinates
  • Operating Regimes Of An Active Two pole Display
  • Voltampere Characteristics Of An Active Two pole Affine
  • And Projective Transformations Of Regime Parameters
  • Affine Transformations
  • Analysis of Electrical Circuits
Projective Transformations
  • Voltampere Characteristics Of An Active Two pole
  • The venin Equivalent Circuit With The Variable
  • Internal Resistance
  • Norton Equivalent Circuit With The Variable
  • Internal Conductivity
  • Regime Symmetry For A Load Power
  • Analysis of Electrical Circuits
  • Symmetry Of Consumption And Return Of Power
  • Symmetry Relatively To The Maximum Power Point
  • Two Systems Of Characteristic Points
  • References
  • Generalized Equivalent Circuit Of An Active Two pole
  • With A Variable Element
  • Introduction

Circuit With A Series Variable Resistance
  • Disadvantage Of The Known Equivalent Circuit
  • Generalized Equivalent Circuit
  • Relative Operative Regimes Recalculation
  • Example
  • Circuit With A Shunt Variable Conductivity
  • Disadvantage Of The Known Equivalent Circuit
  • Generalized Equivalent Circuit
  • Relative Operative Regimes Recalculation
  • Example
  • General Case Of An Active Two pole With A Variable
  • Conductivity
  • Known Equivalent Generator
  • Analysis of Electrical Circuits
  • Generalized Equivalent Circuit
  • Example Of A Circuit Recalculation
  • Stabilization Of The Load Current
  • Analysis of Electrical Circuits
References
  • Two port Circuits
  • Input output Conformity Of Two ports
  • As Affine Transformations
  • Conformity Of A Two port
  • Conformity Of Cascaded Two ports
  • Input output Conformity Of Two ports As Projective
  • Transformations
  • Conformity Of A Two port
  • Versions Of Conformities, Invariants,
  • Cross Ratios
  • Conformity Of Cascaded Two ports
  • Use Of Invariant Properties For The Transfer Of Measuring
  • Signals
  • Transfer Of Signals Over An Unstable Two port
  • Conductivity Measurement By An Unstable
  • Two port
  • Deviation From The Maximum Efficiency Of A Two port
  • Regime Symmetry For The Input Terminals
  • Regime Symmetry For The Output Or Load
  • References
  • Analysis of Electrical Circuits
  • Paralleling Of Limited Capacity Voltage Sources
  • Introduction
  • Initial Relationships
  • Influence Of The Load Value On The Current Distribution
  • Analysis Of Paralleling Voltage Sources
  • Introduction Of Two Concepts
  • Comparison Of A Loading Regime
  • Different Circuits
  • Influence Of The Equalizing Resistance On The Current
  • Distribution
  • Analysis Of Paralleling Voltage Sources
  • Introduction Of Two Concepts
  • Comparison Of A Loading Regime
  • Analysis of Electrical Circuits
  • References