Evaluate the form factor, Electrical Engineering

Evaluate the form factor:

For the saw tooth wave illustrated in Figure, find out the form factor.

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Figure: Saw Tooth Wave

Solution

Time period of given wave is 2 sec. Expression of function f (t) for first time period.

f (t ) = (10/2) t = 5 t                  for 0 ≤ t ≤ 2

 RMS Value

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Form Factor

K f        = Frms / Fav   = 5.77/5 = 1.154 .

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