1- phase full bridge inverter with r- load , Electrical Engineering

1-phase  Full Bridge Inverter with R- Load

1-phase full  bridge inverter with resistive load Ri it has  advantage over 1-? half  bridge  inverter that it does  not requires  3 wire de supply and the  amplitude of output  voltage is doubled than output  voltage  of half  bridge  inverter.

When  thyristor  T1 and T2  turned on with ig  and ig respectively the output  current i flows through Vdc T1 and T2. The  output  voltage Vo = V dc is obtained.

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