@conference {Jatskevich2000Continuous-stat,
title = {Continuous state-space modeling of switched electric networks},
booktitle = {Control Applications, 2000. Proceedings of the 2000 IEEE International Conference on},
year = {2000},
pages = {902 -907},
abstract = {An automated state model generator (ASMG) is a tool for modeling and analysis of lumped-parameter power-electronic-based systems. In this modeling approach, the minimal state-space representation of the overall system is generated automatically and updated dynamically based upon the topological state of the system. However, due to the changing topology, simulation of a switched circuit using the ASMG requires the concatenation of solutions to the initial value problems (IVPs) corresponding to the time intervals between commutations. In this paper, a transformation of state variables is derived such that the states are continuous throughout the simulation process. This feature eliminates the need to re-initialize the ODE solver. The continuous state algorithm is verified on a high-pulse-count power supply and sets the stage for state-space averaging and system-level analysis of switched circuits},
keywords = {24 pulse AC/DC power converter, AC-DC power convertors, automated state model generator, commutation, continuous state algorithm, continuous state-space modeling, high-pulse-count power supply, initial value problems, lumped parameter networks, lumped-parameter power-electronic-based systems, minimal state-space representation, network analysis, ODE solver re-initialisation, power electronics, simulation process, state variables transformation, state-space averaging, state-space methods, switched circuit simulations, switched electric networks, switched networks, system-level analysis},
doi = {10.1109/CCA.2000.897559},
url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/CCA.2000.897559},
author = {Jatskevich, Juri and Wasynczuk, O. and Walters, E.A. and Lucas, C.E.}
}