Speed control using phase controlled converters , Electrical Engineering

Speed Control Using Phase Controlled Converters

Phase controlled  converters converts a constant ac voltage  into  variable  controlled  dc voltage. This  variable  dc voltage can be used  to control  the speed  of dc motor.

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