Mode 2 - boost converter, Electrical Engineering

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In this  mode transistor  gets turned off by  the negative output  of PWM  current  flows  through  inductance L diode D then  divide into two  parts one flows through  capacitor C and other  load. In this condition the magnetic field in the inductor collapses  and induces a large voltage across the coil of opposable polarity.

That adds to the input  voltage  capacitor C will  charge through this  current and maintain  the o/ p  voltage  when  transistor  gets  turned  on for next cycle.

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