Welcome to AskOrAnswerMe.com , where you can ask questions and receive answers from other user. Feel free to ask any question. Help everyone by giving best answer to the questions.

11,557 questions

10,178 answers

190 comments

4,089 users

- In a half-wave rectifier, if an a.c supply is 60 Hz. Then what is the a.c ripple at output?
- An AC supply of 230 V is applied to a half-wave rectifier circuit through a transformer having primary to
- List out advantages and disadvantages of bridge rectifier.
- Type of rectifier??
- what is rectifier and its types?
- The rectifier instrument is not free from?
- The scale of a rectifier instrument is?
- why rectifier is used in power supply ?
- which rectifier is more efficient?
- Define PIV, TUF, ripple factor, efficiency of rectifier.
- Single-phase mid-point controlled rectifier with RL load
- Single-phase Midpoint controlled rectifier with Resistive load
- operation of half wave rectifier type AC Voltmeter.
- need of rectifier and filter.
- Explain full wave bridged rectifier with the help of circuit diagram and input output waveform.
- When the firing angle a of a single-phase, fully controlled rectifier feeding constant direct current into a
- which rectifier used in mobile charger?
- can rectifier convert dc to ac?
- how does rectifier convert ac to dc?
- rectifiers are used to convert?
- In a full wave rectifier with input frequency of 50 Hz, the frequency of the output is:
- Positive feedback is used in 1. Amplifier 2. Rectifier 3.Oscillator 4. Detector
- A single-phase full-bridge diode rectifier delivers a load current of 10A, which is ripple free.
- Rectification efficiency of a full wave rectifier without filter is nearly equals to:
- Ripple factor for a half wave rectifier is ....
- In a full wave rectifier circuit using centre tapped transformer, the peak voltage across half of the secondary
- The ripple voltage in the output of a single phase half wave rectifier with 10 V rectified dc
- In a fullwave rectifier circuit with centre tap transformer, if voltage between one end of secondary winding...
- What is full wave rectifier?
- What is half wave rectifier?
- A 220 volt 875 rpm 150 ampere separately excited DC motor is fed from a 1 phase fully controlled rectifier with an AC source voltage of 220 volt 50 Hz ans armature reistance of 0.6 ohm. Calculate firirng angle for rated motor torque and 750 rpm
- An AC supply of 230 V is applied to half wave rectifier circuit. A transformer turns ratio is 20 : 1. Find i) Output DC voltage (ii) Peak Inverse Voltage (PIV)
- A three phase diode bridge rectifier is fed from a 400 V rms, 50 Hz, three phase a.c. source. For the purely
- In a three phase half wave rectifier feeding resistive load, if the input source is a three phase 4 wire system
- A single-phase half-controlled rectifier is driving a separately excited dc motor. The dc motor has a back emf
- In a full wave rectifier the negative point in a circuit is
- The transformer utilization factor of full wave bridge rectifier is
- The input frequency of a bridge rectifier is 50 its output frequency will be
- The ripple factor of a bridge rectifier is
- In a 3-phase half-wave rectifier, if per phase input is 200 V, then the average output voltage is
- The input frequency is 50 Hz. The ripple frequency in a 12 phase full wave rectifier is
- A UPS commonly has following parts : (i) rectifier (ii) inverter (iii) static switch Which of the following is true ?
- In the case of PMMC rectifier type instruments, the deflecting torque is proportional to
- Some highly refined semiconductor materials is with indium, what will be the majority carrires
- What is PLL? Explain its operation with a block diagram.
- What is electronic flux disadvantage to elctro- magnetic induction
- What is the size of SP register in 8085 microprocessor?
- What is the channel capacity of a noisy channel with conditional probability of error p = 1/2?
- An SSB transmitter produces a peak-to-peak voltage of 200 V across a 100 Ω antenna load. What is the Peak
- What is the frequency range of VHF electromagnetic waves?

...