power adapter

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by mr.harm, Nov 4, 2013.

  1. mr.harm

    Thread Starter Member

    Nov 24, 2008
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    Design a 10 W power adapter for with the following specifications:
    a) Input Supply: Single-phase 110 Vrms at 60 Hz
    b) Output voltage: 5 VDC, 5% (+ 2%) voltage ripple factor
    c) Output current: 2.5 A.
    d) Repeat the design for <3% ( + 2%) voltage ripple factor
    e) The design should Comply to IEC 61000-3-2 Standard: Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) limits for harmonic current emissions (equipment input current ≤ 16 A per phase).
    My solution:

    [​IMG]
    The circuit is an uncontrolled bridge rectifier with a flyback transformer (for isolation purposes and to step down the voltage). A voltage pulse is used to perform switching for the desired duty ratio.

    Vm=sqrt(2)*Vrms = 115.56
    alpha=51 (assumed trans turns ratio)
    V0=5 (output dc voltage)
    D=1/((Vm/(alpha*V0))+1) = .62 (duty ratio)
    f=40000 (assumed)
    I0=2.5
    R=V0/I0 = 2
    Lm_min=(1-D)^2*R*alpha^2/(2*f)=93m
    Lm=200m (has to be larger thean minimum Lm & it is used for transformer primary)
    L2=Lm/(alpha^2)=77u (used for trans secondary)
    gama=0.05 (ripple)
    C=D/(R*gama*f) = 155.27u
    PW=D/f = 15.5u (pulse width for the voltage pulse source)

    However, the pspice generates this output voltage:
    [​IMG]


    Would really appreciate your help guys.

    Thanks,,
     
  2. Jony130

    AAC Fanatic!

    Feb 17, 2009
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    You need to add smoothing capacitor after the bridge rectifier.
    And repeat your calculation for the new input voltage.
     
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