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Transient time in buck converter

To my understanding the reactive components in a converter should not store energy over a switching period, otherwise they will blow up. An in inductor for example abides by volt-second balance, which ...
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Large negative current spike in N-Channel MOSFET source when turn-off

I am working on repairing a power supply board of a LCD TV (200W power), more specifically, the PFC section (active power factor correction). See schematic (adapted from here): I've replaced some ...
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How to tackle circuit containing time variable resistor?

simulate this circuit – Schematic created using CircuitLab For instance above schematic find current as function of time in circuit above I studied it about months before and am not able to ...
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Finding equivalent capacitance and resistance from DC circuit with combinations of R and C

In order to get the simplest RC circuit and get equivalent circuit tau: How can be its transient studied if before t = 0 there only exists one resistive part of circuit? I's obvious that before t = ...
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Where exactly appears the channel capacitance and Ron when switch on DG442 switches

I have this switch in a circuit, actually there is 30 switches. https://www.vishay.com/docs/70053/dg441.pdf When system is not executing any operation, switches are off. Sx and Dx are not connected. ...
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how to convert a normally closed curcuit to normally open

Just got a problem at work and I need help fixing it. I have a water meter that is normally closed and after 5 litres of water has been used it opens that circuit, now the input board that I have ...
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Current spikes on rising and falling edge of NPN BJT switch

I am simulating a simple NPN BJT switch for PWM in LTspice, and I observe some current transients on the rising and falling edges that I do not understand. The circuit is here: Picture of the falling ...
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Effect of switching spikes (400ns duration) on capacitor rated voltage

I have a motor drive which uses 63V electrolytic capacitors, which are the part with lowest-rated voltage on the drive's DC link. I measured the switching spikes on the DC link voltage (carefully, ...