Determine the peak magnetizing current, Electrical Engineering

A forward converter has the following parameters: input source voltage Vs = 100 V, N1/N2 = N1/N3 = 1, magnetizing inductance Lm = 5 mH, output inductor Lo = 200 μH, Co = 100 μF, D = 0.35, and switching frequency fs = 50 kHz. If the output current is continuous then do the following:

(a)  Determine the output voltage.

(b) Determine the average, maximum, and minimum current in the inductor.

(c)  Determine the peak magnetizing current.

(d) Determine the peak switch current.

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