1. Introduction

 2. Solutions

 3. Simple Example

 4. Parasitic inductance

 5. To protect FET

 6. Designing the Clamp Components

 7. Clamp

 8. Designing the Clamp Components

 9. Clamp

10. Designing the Clamp Components

11. Clamp

12. Designing the Clamp Components

13. Clamp

14. Leakage discharge

15. Leakage average current

16. Leakage discharge

17. Leakage average current

18. Simulation  Exercise

19. Diode  Snubber  (clamp)

20. Simulation  Exercise

21. Leakage average current

22. Leakage discharge

23. Clamp

24. Leakage discharge

25. Clamp

26. Leakage discharge

27. Clamp

28. Designing the Clamp Components

29. To protect FET

30. Parasitic inductance

31. Simple Example

32. Solutions

33. Simple Example

34. Parasitic inductance

35. To protect FET

36. Designing the Clamp Components

37. Clamp

38. Leakage discharge

39. Leakage average current

40. Simulation  Exercise

41. Diode  Snubber  (clamp)

42. Snubber waveforms

43. Snubber design

44. Switch Snubbers

45. Snubber design

46. Switch Snubbers

47. Snubber types

48. Switch Snubbers

49. Snubber types

50. Snubber types

51. Snubber types

52. Switch Snubbers

53. Snubber types

54. Snubber types

55. Switching overlap

56. Switch Snubber

57. Switching overlap

58. Switch Snubber

59. dV/dt

60. Capacitor losses

61. Solution

62. Reset

63. Losses

64. Reset

65. Solution

66. Capacitor losses

67. dV/dt

68. Capacitor losses

69. Solution

70. Reset

71. Losses

72. Lossless snubbing (simple example)

73. Losses

74. Lossless snubbing (simple example)

75. Dead time requirement

76. Lossless snubbing (simple example)

77. Losses

78. Reset

79. Solution

80. Capacitor losses

81. dV/dt

82. Switch Snubber

83. Switching overlap

84. Switch Snubber

85. dV/dt

86. Capacitor losses

87. Solution

88. Reset

89. Losses

90. Lossless snubbing (simple example)

91. Dead time requirement

92. Lossless snubbing (simple example)

93. Losses

94. Reset