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A Rectifier which convert both half of ac input signal to dc input signal is called Full Wave Rectifier.

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The function of 4 diodes in a bridge full wave rectifier is to make the output unidirectional and to increase the efficiency of output

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a circuit that emulates a diode,allowing current to pass in one direction but not the other without the losses associated with the junction

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One place is in telecommunication racks, where AC power needs to be converted to DC to power the telecommunication equipment. And their are plenty of other applications as wel…l. (MORE)

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rectifier is important device in electronics or in process of converting alternating quantities into direct quantitydue to which we can easily convert AC INTO DC..............

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Python has a number of different built in functions. These functions are always available with a set goal and purpose. They perform certain tasks, such as mathematics, which a…re not covered by standard operators. There are several Python built in functions but some of them are used quite frequently. This (MORE)

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Excel contains a number of logic functions. These functions accept a number of arguments, which will then be evaluated. The result of that evaluation will either be true or fa…lse. Some of the most commonly used logic functions are OR, AND, and IF. In Excel, there are a number of (MORE)

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The Statistical functions in Excel provide math based computations for you, the user, so that you can take advantage of its many spreadsheet abilities. These functions, also k…nown as formulas, can perform a wide range of tasks. For example, the given functions in the Statistical group can add, average, find (MORE)

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Figuring out how to develop an exponential function can seem to be a very daunting task, especially if you are just starting out in trigonometry and algebra. In order to solve… exponential functions, you need to firmly grasp a variety of different concepts that are prerequisites beforehand. For example, you (MORE)

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In a simple half-wave rectifier, during the positive part of the alternating wave the diode conducts, making the load voltage equal to the supply voltage. During the negative …part of the alternating wave he diode blocks, making the load voltage zero. Another explanation For as long as its circuit is alive, any sine wave signal running at a certain frequency has the positive part of its wave immediately followed by the negative part of its wave immediately followed by another positive part of its wave, and so on. A half-wave rectifier would basically eliminate the negative part so the output of the rectifier, as seen by the load that is connected to it, would receive a positive half wave voltage then a zero voltage during the negative half cycle of the waveform, then a positive half cycle again, and so forth. A full wave rectifier does the same thing for the positive half of the cycle and then basically flips the negative part of the waveform to give the same output as the positive part, so you have a series of positive pulses. The signal, as seen by the load after the rectifier, never goes negative. (MORE)

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A device that converts full wave signal to half wave rectified dc signal. The device operates only for half of the input cycle during which the input signal is alllowed to pas…s and stops transmission of the signal for other half cycle. ok? (MORE)

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There are basically two types of rectifiers one is the half wave rectifier and the other is the full wave rectifies. The full wave rectifier is further classified into two typ…es namely the bridge rectifier and the center tapped rectifier.There are also silicon controlled rectifiers nowadays. (MORE)

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A rectifier turns the Alternating Current (AC) produced by the Alternator into Direct Current (DC) that your car uses.

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Imagine a rectifier as a valve that only allows electrical current to flow in one direction. When using a single rectifier you end up with half of the wave cycle being cut off… (when the cycle turns negative). In many applications a full wave rectifier would be far more desirable. By configuring four of the rectifiers it is possible to make what's called a full wave "bridge". The link below shows how a full wave bridge works. http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/Hbase/electronic/rectbr.htmlANSWER: It will rectify the input into pulsating DC of twice the input frequency minus two diodes drop 1.4 volts (MORE)