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Find out Form factor and Peak factor:

For the output of full wave rectifier, find out

(a) RMS value,

(b) Average value,

(c) Form factor, and

(d) Peak factor.

Solution

The output current of full wave rectifier

Time period = π

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(c) Form factor K f  = Irms / Iav  =0.707 Im/0.637 Im

(d) Peak factor K =  Im/ Irms  = Im /0.707 Im= 1.414

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