Hey, I'm a newbie trying to figure out a few crucial additions to my circuit I'd like some tips and suggestions.. Basically, I'm building a circuit that will produce a constant current to variable loads, I'm using a buck-converter model with a supply of around 10V, the inductance should be around 10-20µH with a ripple current of about 1A and a total constant output current of 50A. Currently I'm using a LM2724A dual-MOSFET driver and an MCP1630 PWM source to control the switching of two MOSFETs. I need help with selecting an appropriate input (coupling) capacitor and the correct logic-level MOSFETs to complete the circuit. Any suggestions for these two components? I need to look at ripple current and ripple voltage rating of the capacitor...and I'm not sure if the MOSFET current (ID) should be rated at 50A or if a lower value is acceptable? thanks in advance! cheers!