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Ask questiwe have half wave rectifier connected to a dc motor load. by using a step down transformer from 8 to 1. by modalization we have the Primary Winding resistance is Rp=50 ohm and it''s Lp=0.1 H the second Winding resistance is Rs=0.3 ohm and it''s Ls=1 mH , the diod open at 0.55 volte and its resistance is Rd=0.15 ohm, the DC Motor have a serial resistance ra=0.15 ohm and a serial La=150mH. we have E=20 V. find the current Io. find the largest E value witch make the diod connect during all the role period. find the mean value of Io in this case. what happen when we reduce E value. what happen in the transformer.on #Minimum 100 words accepted#
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