When using a bulk capacitor would the type of capacitor matter? For example in an application where 100uF bulk capacitance is needed, would it matter if I use Tantalum, Ceramic, or electrolytic? Because in these situation I am tempted to go with a ceramic one because of much smaller size than the other two.
Also in another situation where 1000uF bulk is needed, which typically only electrolytic can achieve this value, would paralleling ten 100uF ceramics be okay since vertical space is limited compared to the board space?
EDIT: This question just popped into my mind and i am not currently creating a circuit. I understand that a more specific scenario is needed to answer the question. So to add to the question i have two scenario where i had and most likely going to use a bulk capacitor is in a buck/boost converter and a motor driver driver IC.