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What transformer block to use for high frequency operation?

Asked by Emmanouela on 13 Mar 2012
Latest activity Answered by krishna chaithanya on 3 Sep 2018
Hi! I have a DC-DC Boost Converter with a transformer and 6 switches with high switching frequency at Fs=35KHz. Do these blocks for transformers support this operation in simullink as the results obtained show the output frequency of the secondary winding of the transformer to take the desired value simultaneously and afterwords to be decreased I guess due to losses. Do you know how the output voltage could remain in this value constant during the simulation time? Is there any other block for a transformer that could be used without any losses? Thanks a lot in advance!
Emmanouela

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Emmanouela Sir/ Ma'am, has the answer been found?
I've been stuck with the same question for a while now. I need use a simulink model to implement a high frequency transformer. It would be helpful to know how it can be designed.

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Answer by sathish JAYARAMAN on 31 Mar 2012

Hi,
I have the same problem. I am sure, about implementing it in hardware using a ferrite core.
Were u able to find a solution to implementing a high frequency transformer in MATLAB?

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Answer by DEBASISH MISHRA on 31 Dec 2017

calculate the value of Lm, L1 and L2 in a saturable transformer simulink library.Then apply the same to replicate it as a high frequency transformer

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Answer by krishna chaithanya on 3 Sep 2018

how to implement high frequency transformer in matlab simulink???

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