In a previous question about using MOSFETs in parallel to increase current for DC operation in the linear region, it was pointed out that MOSFETs do not like to be used this way.
I thought of a way to avoid using the MOSFET in DC in the linear region (with the thermal problems) but still get DC at the output.
Could I use two sets of MOSFETs in parallel and activate one set for a time, then the other set, then the first set, and so on? I would use two Vin voltages with a Pi phase shift. Would that work? I'd calculate the switching frequency later.
The image shows two MOS but I could have 4 on each side to allow more amps.
I am very new to electronics, please tell me if it's stupid or if it may work. I do not have much requirement on the stability of the output. I just want to push some adjustable current to test that a fuse blows at the right current.