Question #104247

For the following converter, assume LM is in parallel with the primary winding and N1/N2=5.

OUESTION 6

Assuming D=0.6, determine the ratio Vo/Vin

QUESTION 7

In the previous question, determine IL/Io.

QUESTION 8

Determine the RMS value of the following waveform (first do something about the second and 3rd terms).

v(t) = 3 + 10cos(wt) + 5sin(wt) + 4cos(3wt) + 2sin(7wt-30)

QUESTION 9

Consider the following signal:

Starts at the origin. Linearly decreases to -1 by T/6. Remains at -1 until

T/3. Then linearly increases to 1 by 2T/3. Remains at 1 for another T/6, and then

decreases linearly to 0 at T.

T is the period.

Solve for a0

QUESTION 10

For the previous question, solve for a5

QUESTION 11

From Question 9, solve for b5.

QUESTION 12

From Question 9, solve the RMS value of the fundamental component.

OUESTION 6

Assuming D=0.6, determine the ratio Vo/Vin

QUESTION 7

In the previous question, determine IL/Io.

QUESTION 8

Determine the RMS value of the following waveform (first do something about the second and 3rd terms).

v(t) = 3 + 10cos(wt) + 5sin(wt) + 4cos(3wt) + 2sin(7wt-30)

QUESTION 9

Consider the following signal:

Starts at the origin. Linearly decreases to -1 by T/6. Remains at -1 until

T/3. Then linearly increases to 1 by 2T/3. Remains at 1 for another T/6, and then

decreases linearly to 0 at T.

T is the period.

Solve for a0

QUESTION 10

For the previous question, solve for a5

QUESTION 11

From Question 9, solve for b5.

QUESTION 12

From Question 9, solve the RMS value of the fundamental component.

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