This article presents an innovative technique for the black-box modeling of the conductive emissions of switching circuits from external observations. The proposed methodology relies on the robust and elegant theory of periodically switched linear systems, providing the user with a tool for the generation of frequency-domain augmented linear time-invariant equivalents. The obtained models offer both a remarkable accuracy for different supply conditions and a deep understanding of the inherent switching mechanisms of this class of devices. The proposed framework also enables the derivation of a simplified enhanced Norton representation which outperforms the classical state-of-the-art models based on linear time-invariant approximations. Model parameters are computed via a blind procedure based only on two measurements. The feasibility and strength of the proposed approach are demonstrated on a dc-dc boost power converter and on a dc electrical motor via the prediction of their conducted disturbances.

Enhanced Time-Invariant Linear Model for the EMI Prediction of Switching Circuits / Trinchero, Riccardo; Stievano, IGOR SIMONE; Canavero, Flavio G.. - In: IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY. - ISSN 0018-9375. - ELETTRONICO. - 62:5(2020), pp. 2294-2302. [10.1109/temc.2019.2959121]

Enhanced Time-Invariant Linear Model for the EMI Prediction of Switching Circuits

Riccardo Trinchero;Igor Simone Stievano;Flavio G. Canavero
2020

Abstract

This article presents an innovative technique for the black-box modeling of the conductive emissions of switching circuits from external observations. The proposed methodology relies on the robust and elegant theory of periodically switched linear systems, providing the user with a tool for the generation of frequency-domain augmented linear time-invariant equivalents. The obtained models offer both a remarkable accuracy for different supply conditions and a deep understanding of the inherent switching mechanisms of this class of devices. The proposed framework also enables the derivation of a simplified enhanced Norton representation which outperforms the classical state-of-the-art models based on linear time-invariant approximations. Model parameters are computed via a blind procedure based only on two measurements. The feasibility and strength of the proposed approach are demonstrated on a dc-dc boost power converter and on a dc electrical motor via the prediction of their conducted disturbances.
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