Basic Electronics Engineering Lab-04

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Objective is to become familiar with half-wave rectification, full-wave rectification and design a power supply.

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International Islamic University,IslamabadDepartment of Mechanical EngineeringBasic Electronics LABEXPERIMENT # 04: Rectification And Power Supply DesignName of Student: ..Roll No.: Date of Experiment: ..Report submitted on: ..Marks obtained: Remarks: Instructors Signature: ...Basic Electronics Lab (EE-301L)Page 1Rectification and Power Supply Design1- Objective:To become familiar with half-wave rectification, full-wave rectification and design a power supply.2- Equipment Required:OscilloscopeDMMFunction Generator3- Components:Diodes (Si)Resistor (2.2K)Capacitorx4x3x1Half-wave and Full-wave RectificationThe primary function of half-wave and full-wave rectification systems is to establish a DC levelfrom a sinusoidal input signal that has zero average (DC) level.The half-wave voltage signal of Fig.4.1, normally established by a network with a singlediode, has an average or equivalent DC voltage level equal to 31.8% of the peak voltage Vm.That isVdc = 0.318 .Vpeak volts(half-wave)eq.4.1The full-wave rectifier signal of Fig.4.2 has twice the average or DC level of the half-wavesignal, or 63.6% of the peak value Vm.That isVdc = 0.636 .Vpeak vol

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