Experimental studies of nonlinear phenomena of hysteresis and intermittency in the dynamics of pulsed DC converters

The aim of this study was to develop  block search methods adaptation for pulsed DC converters based on the prediction of the dynamics in real time taking into account the nonlinear effects of hysteresis and intermittency.

The object  of the study was non-linear dynamics of pulsed DC-DC converter.

In the progress of this study the method of statistical data, the method of bifurcation analysis, the method of symbolic dynamics forecasting pulse energy conversion systems in real-time search method adaptation have been used.

As a result of scientific research tasks of this area  the following results have been achieved:

1. New experimental data on nonlinear phenomena of intermittency in the dynamics of pulsed DC converters;

2. New experimental data on nonlinear phenomena of hysteresis in the dynamics of pulsed DC converters;

3.  The basic ability to customize search adaptation method based on the prediction of the dynamics in real time on account of the nonlinear phenomena of hysteresis and intermittency has been proved.

These studies relate to exploratory work in terms of finding applications of the theoretical foundations of nonlinear dynamics methods for developing adaptation of complex systems. Thus, the main trend of their application is seen from the point of view of development of the theoretical foundations of the theory of adaptation - namely, the development of methods for search engine adaptation pulsed DC converters based on the prediction of the dynamics in real time mode  taking into account the nonlinear effects of hysteresis and intermittency.