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Etude des pertes dans les enroulements des composants passifs planaires

Abstract : Planar magnetic components (transformer and inductor) have become a big part in some integrated circuits used in high frequency. Miniaturization and integration of magnetic components go hand in hand with the ones of electronics that constantly evolves especially for portable devices. A few scientific studies have identified the different mechanisms of losses in planar magnetic components. Winding losses are generally taken into account using a resistance r(f) versus frequency.The use of scattering parameters S to determine resistance r(f) represents a comprehensive research project ; S parameters that can be obtained either by measurement or by simulation, are the only parameters which one can get at high frequencies (above 100MHz). To solve this problem, we have proposed a method taking into account all winding losses. Our approach for determining r(f) has to be applied in 3 frequency domains: - at very low frequency, r(f) = rDC and its value is either calculated or measured using low frequency equipment, - in the middle frequency range, capacitive coupling can be neglected while impedances R and Lω are in the same order of magnitude, - at very high resonance frequencies.This method has been implemented for 3 different structures (coreless inductor with several turns of coil, Omega shape coreless inductor with one turn and inductor with a magnetic layer) leads to : - observe a good correlation between simulation and measurement, - validate the evolution of losses versus frequency, - separate skin effects and proximity effects, - separate iron losses and winding losses
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Awat Atteïb Abderahim. Etude des pertes dans les enroulements des composants passifs planaires. Electromagnétisme. Université de Lyon, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LYSES056⟩. ⟨tel-01971472⟩



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