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Single Phase Bridge Inverter

Single Phase Bridge Inverter: A serious disadvantage of the half-Bridge Inverter of Fig. 11.46 is that it requires a 3-wire dc supply. This is overcome by the commonly employed Single Phase Bridge Inverter circuit of Fig. 11.48(a) which needs four thyristors and four free-wheeling diodes. The sequence of thyristor gating and the output waveforms are shown …

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Static Kramer Drive

Static Kramer Drive: The Static Kramer drive system which consists of variable-speed drive system shown in Fig. 11.43 consists of a slipring induction motor and a rectifier-fed dc motor. The machines are connected electrically in cascade. The slip power recovery takes place through the rectifier and the auxiliary dc motor. Torque supplied to the load …

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Three Phase Semi Converter feeding Separately Excited DC Motor

Three Phase Semi Converter feeding Separately Excited DC Motor: Large-kW motors are fed from 3-phase supply through three Phase Converters. In a three Phase Semi Converter, the ripple frequency of the motor terminal voltage is higher than that in the single-phase converter, as a result the filtering requirements for smoothing out the motor current are …

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Thyristor Control of Motors

Thyristor Control of Motors: Thyristor Control of Motors – A variety of thyristor control circuitry has been devised for use in motor control depending upon the type of supply (ac/dc) and the type and size of the motor. For dc motor control, controlled dc power from a constant voltage ac supply is obtained by means …

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