single-phase rectifier

single-phase rectifier

[′siŋ·gəl ¦fāz ′rek·tə‚fī·ər]
(electronics)
A rectifier whose input voltage is a single sinusoidal voltage, in contrast to a polyphase rectifier.
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S3] with single-phase rectifier deformation in the second phase.
L1], channel 2--input voltage distorted by a single-phase rectifier [u.
L1], channel 2--voltage distorted by a single-phase rectifier [u.
Improvement of input current waveforms of a single-phase rectifier circuit.
17] has only considered the absorbed active power of a single-phase rectifier with constant power load instead of state-space model.
In this paper some significant contributions can be distinguished comparing with similar and preliminary works which have studied only single-phase rectifier.
We consider three-phase rectifiers that are utilized in high and medium power applications instead of simple single-phase rectifiers that are usually used in home appliances.
A growing number of current waveshaping methods applied to single-phase rectifier are now available including active and passive methods and selection of the best-suited method for a particular case can be a complicated decision making process, [3].
The object of this paper is to propose and analyze a novel single-phase rectifier (Figure 4).
The DC brake is magnetically released with a built-in single-phase rectifier and has a manual release lever.
The Powertech engineering report covers testing carried out at Powertech on June 2, 2004, on EPOD's proprietary, single-phase rectifier and confirms the Company's previous internal test results of 96% efficiency under identical test parameters.

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