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Code No: R05310206

Set No. 1

III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007 POWER ELECTRONICS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

1. Explain the V-I Characteristics of Thyristors with elaborating the following :

 (a) Latching current (b) holding current (c) on-state and oﬀ-state condition (d) turn-on and turn-oﬀ times (e) ﬁnger voltage [6+10]

2. Explain the operation of a single phase full wave mid-point converter with R-load with the help of circuit and output waveforms with respect to supply voltages.

Derive the output voltage for α = 45 0 .

[6+6+4]

3. A three phase full converter is supplied from a three phase 230V, 60Hz supply. The load current is continuous and has negligible ripple. If the average load current I dc = 150A and commutating inductance Lc = 0.1mH, determine the overlap angle when

 (a) α = 10 0 (b) α = 30 0 and (c) α = 60 0 [6+5+5]

4. Derive the output rms voltage, output rms current and source power factor for a

single phase ac voltage controller fed to R-L load.

[6+4+6]

5. For a single phase mid-point cyclo-converter, explain the operation of the circuit when fed to R-load with the help of neat circuit diagram and relevant output

[4+8+4]

6. Explain the operation of a basic dc chopper and obtain the following as a function of E dc , R and duty cycle δ .

waveforms for α = 30 0 and α = 120 0 for f 0 = 1/4 fs.

 (a) average output voltage and current (b) rms value of the output voltage (c) RMS and average load currents [6+4+6]

7. Single phase half bridge inverter has a resistive load of R = 3 ohms and dc input voltage E dc = 50V. Calculate

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 (a) rms output voltage at fundamental frequency E 1 (b) the output power (c) average and peak current of each thyristor [6+4+6]

8. A single phase full bridge inverter uses a uniform PWM with two pulses per half cycle for voltage control. Plot the distortion factor, fundamental component, and

lower order harmonics against modulation index.

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Code No: R05310206

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III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007 POWER ELECTRONICS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

All Questions carry equal marks

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1. Derive the Static equalizing and dynamic equalizing parameters in case of series

and parallel connected SCRs.

[8+8]

2. Explain the operation of a singe phase half wave converter for R-load with neat circuit diagram and necessary waveforms. Also derive the output average voltage

and current for α = 30 0 .

[12+4]

3. Explain the operation of three phase fully controlled bridge converter with RL loads. Describe in detail with discontinuous conduction mode with associated waveforms.

[4+8+4]

 (a) 4. Explain the principle of ON-OFF control used in a.c. voltage controller. (b) Derive the expression for the input power factor in an a.c. voltage controller using ON-OFF control. (c) Explain its application with the help of a circuit and waveforms. [6+5+5]

5. Explain the operation of single phase bridge type cyclo converter when fed form 230V, 50Hz source and controlling power to resistive load with the help of neat circuit diagram and output voltage and current waveforms for α = 45 0 and α =

160 0 for f 0 = 1/5 fs.

[4+6+6]

6. Explain the working of Class-D commutation circuit and also mention its applica-

tion with neat circuit.

[10+4+2]

7. Draw and explain the simple SCR series inverter circuit employing class A type commutation. With the help of important waveforms. State the limitations of this

inverter.

[8+4+4]

 (a) 8. What are the diﬀerent pulse width modulation techniques used for inverters. (b) Which of the schemes gives better quality of voltage and current. [10+6]

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Code No: R05310206

Set No. 3

III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007 POWER ELECTRONICS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

 1. Derive the Static equalizing and dynamic equalizing parameters in case of series and parallel connected SCRs. [8+8] 2. A single phase fully controlled bridge is used for obtaining a regulated converter dc output voltage. The rms value of ac input voltage is 230V and ﬁring angle is maintained at 60 0 , so that the load current is 4A. (a) Calculate the d.c. output voltage and active and reactive power input. (b) Assuming load resistance remains same and if free-wheeling diode is used at the output, calculate dc output voltage. The ﬁring angle is maintained at 60 0 . [4+4+4+4] 3. A three phase, half wave controlled converter is connected to a 380V (line) supply. The load current is constant at 32A and is independent of ﬁring angle. Find the average load voltage at ﬁring angle of 0 0 and 45 0 , given that the thyristors have a forward voltage drop of 1.2V. What value of current and peak reverse voltage rating will the thyristor require and what will be the average power dissipation in each thyristor. [4+4+4+4] 4. (a) Explain the principle of ON-OFF control used in a.c. voltage controller. (b) Derive the expression for the input power factor in an a.c. voltage controller using ON-OFF control. (c) Explain its application with the help of a circuit and waveforms. [6+5+5] 5. Explain the operation of single phase midpoint cyclo converter with R-L load s for continuous conduction with relevant circuit diagram nd necessary output waveforms for f 0 = 1/3 fs. [4+6+6] 6. For the ideal type A-chopper circuit, following conditions are given, E dc = 220V, chopping frequency, = 500 Hz, duty cycle δ =0.3 and R = 1 ohm, L = 3mH and E b = 23V. Compute the following quantities. (a) Check whether the load current is continuous or not. (b) Average output current (c) maximum and minimum values of steady state output current [6+4+6] 7. Draw and explain the simple SCR series inverter circuit employing class A type commutation. With the help of important waveforms. State the limitations of this inverter. [8+4+4]

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 8. (a) What are the diﬀerent pulse width modulation techniques used for inverters. (b) Which of the schemes gives better quality of voltage and current. [10+6]

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III B.Tech I Semester Regular Examinations, November 2007 POWER ELECTRONICS (Electrical & Electronic Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

All Questions carry equal marks

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 (a) 1. What is the importance of Surge current rating of a thyristor, explain in detail. (b) A thyristor has half-cycle surge current rating of 1000mA for a 50Hz supply.

Calculate its one-cycle surge current rating and I 2 t rating.

[10+6]

2. Explain the operation of a single phase full wave mid-point converter with R-load with the help of circuit and output waveforms with respect to supply voltages.

Derive the output voltage for α = 45 0 .

[6+6+4]

3. Explain the operation of three phase fully controlled bridge converter with RL loads. Describe in detail with discontinuous conduction mode with associated waveforms.

[4+8+4]

4. Derive the output rms voltage, output rms current and source power factor for a

single phase ac voltage controller fed to R-L load.

[6+4+6]

5. Explain the operation of single phase bridge type cyclo converter when fed form

230V, 50Hz source and controlling power to resistive load with the help of neat circuit diagram and output voltage and current waveforms for α = 45 0 and α =

160 0 for f 0 = 1/5 fs.

6. For the ideal type A-chopper circuit, following conditions are given, E dc = 220V, chopping frequency, = 500 Hz, duty cycle δ =0.3 and R = 1 ohm, L = 3mH and E b = 23V. Compute the following quantities.

[4+6+6]

 (a) Check whether the load current is continuous or not. (b) Average output current (c) maximum and minimum values of steady state output current [6+4+6]

7. Single phase half bridge inverter has a resistive load of R = 3 ohms and dc input voltage E dc = 50V. Calculate

 (a) rms output voltage at fundamental frequency E 1 (b) the output power (c) average and peak current of each thyristor [6+4+6] (a) 8. What are the diﬀerent pulse width modulation techniques used for inverters. (b) Which of the schemes gives better quality of voltage and current. [10+6]

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