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    Title: 應用模糊控制於可程式之非反向同步升降壓直流電源轉器之設計
    Other Titles: Fuzzy control for a programmable non-inverting synchronous buck-boost DC-DC power converter
    Authors: 郭育豪;Kuo, Yu-Hao
    Contributors: 淡江大學航空太空工程學系碩士班
    蕭照焜;Shiau, Jaw-Kuen
    Keywords: 同步升降壓直流電源轉換器;光敏電阻;模糊控制;buck-boost converter;light dependent resistor;Fuzzy Control
    Date: 2014
    Issue Date: 2015-05-01 16:13:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究探討應用模糊控制於可程式之非反向同步升降壓直流電








    關鍵字: 同步升降壓直流電源轉換器、光敏電阻、模糊控制。
    This thesis discusses the fuzzy logic control for a programmable non-inverting

    synchronous buck-boost DC/DC power converter design. The system contains two

    major subsystems, namely, a non-inverting synchronous buck-boost power converter

    and a microcontroller based control unit. The system uses a light dependent resistor

    (LDR) to bridge the control of the power converter. Due to complexities of the

    dynamic model of the LDR, a comprehensive study of the dynamical behavior of the

    LDR is conducted. A fuzzy logic controller is then developed to achieve a satisfactory

    design. The proposed design is successfully verified through a Li-ion battery charging

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