Determine the form factor and peak factor, Electrical Engineering

Determine the form factor and peak factor:

Determine the form factor and peak factor for the above half rectified wave.

Solution

From the above example,

I rms  = 0.5 I m

I av        = Im/ π

∴ Form factor = Irms / Iav  = 0.5 Im / (Im/π)  = 1.57

and peak factor

=   Im / Irms =     Im /0.5 Im = 2

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