I have a question about the magnetizing energy changing during the transition between the turn off of MSOFET and the turn on of the output rectifier.
When the power MOS is turned on, the input energy is stored into the magnetizing inductance, and the current on the inductor increases linearly. After the MOS is turned off, the inductor current starts to charge the output capacitance of the MOS (Coss), and the Vds voltage starts to increase. Once the voltage on the Vds is high enough to let the secondary rectifier becomes forward biased, the energy starts to transfer to the secondary. And, thing keep happens on the primary side is that the energy on the leakage inductor continuous to transfer to the Coss and the Vds will increase to high level until the primary snubber diode is on. The above is my understanding of the flyback converter.
Based on this understanding, the difference between the energy stored in the magnetizing inductor and the left energy in this inductor during the period after the MOS is off and the secondary rectifier is on, is used to charge the Coss to the point to let the secondary rectifier becomes forward biased.
But, my measured data is quite different. The energy difference on the inductor (5.7W) during this small period is much larger than the energy transfer to the Coss (0.36W). Can anyone tell me what's wrong ??
Thanks a lot. Webber.