Power electronics is a discipline spawned by real-life applications in industrial, commercial, residential and aerospace environments. Much of its development evolves around some immediate need for solving specific power conversion problems. This comprehensive book focuses on the typical bifurcation scenarios and nonlinear behavior observed in switching power converters, expounding on their most relevant aspects from a practical viewpoint. A balanced emphasis on theory, computer methods, and laboratory experiments bridges the gap between the theoretical research and practical engineering applications.
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