Ripple (specifically ripple voltage) in electronics is the residual periodic variation of the DC voltage within a power supply which has been derived from an alternating current (AC) source. This ripple is due to incomplete suppression of the alternating waveform after rectification. Ripple voltage originates as the output of a rectifier or from generation and commutation of DC power.
Ripple (specifically ripple current or surge current) may also refer to the pulsed current consumption of non-linear devices like capacitor-input rectifiers.
As well as these time-varying phenomena, there is a frequency domain ripple that arises in some classes of filter and other signal processing networks. In this case the periodic variation is a variation in the insertion loss of the network against increasing frequency. The variation may not be strictly linearly periodic. In this meaning also, ripple is usually to be considered an incidental effect, its existence being a compromise between the amount of ripple and other design parameters.
Ripple is wasted power, and has many undesirable effects in a DC circuit: it heats components, causes noise and distortion, and may cause digital circuits to operate improperly. Ripple may be reduced by an electronic filter, and eliminated by a voltage regulator.
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So long story short I have a power supply (DIY) for some time and on the secondary side filter/reservoir capacitors there is a small ripple (about 1v PP) of 50khz (the switching frequency of the PSU).
Aside from others methods that I will implement to reduce this I am thinking of adding a shunt...
I am reading a book 'Fundamentals of Power Electronics' - Erickson. The book begins with a buck converter and the assumptions that we use so that we do not have to deal with 2nd order equations. I will first explain what the book says
What the book says?
The book says that the LC filter of a...
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so i was going to repair it, but i found that...
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Three phase half controlled bridge rectifier can have 3 pules at output or 6 pulses depending on firing angle.
The Attempt at a Solution
Ripple frequency is m times the input frequency where m is number of pulses.
It can be 3 or 6. So why have they...
I am trying to calculate the ripple current in boost converter for ∆i1 and ∆i2 between time intervals between DT and T, and also dependent on the voltage level (Vin or Vin-Vout). To find a formula for ∆i1 and ∆i2, two formulas have to be derived for them. This is done from the equation:
I...
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This isn't really an actual homework question but it is regarding a lab so I think it belongs here. In the ripple tank lab I have to trace the nodal lines, plot 3 points in the middle of the 2 lines (one closest to the two sources, one in the middle and one the farthest)...
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Working through my HND course books and I have come across a formula that I cannot get to give me the same answer as the book. Nor can some of my engineering student friends.
Values are:
F=50
C=500^-6
Rl = 100
Vc=31.03
The formula is
=(1/(2FsCRl))*(Vc-(Vr/2))
Inputting the values...
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I'm trying to find the output voltage ripple of a buck converter by using just the waveforms and the inductor ripple.
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A 9 V power supply delivers 2 A to a resistive load. The a.c. supply is 230 V, 50 Hz and a bridge rectifier is used in conjunction with a 0.047 farad reservoir capacitor.
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Vpp = 1/(2FCRL) * VC
The Attempt at a Solution
1/(2*50*0.047*2) * 9
=0.957v
after...
An aircraft electrical system operates at 115 volts at 400 hertz. It is to supply an average d.c. voltage of 28 volts and an average current of 20 A at a ripple factor of 0.005.
Determine: The r.m.s. ripple voltage
Here is my attempt.
Vc= Vs-2Vd
=28-2(0.7)
= 26.6 Volts
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I'm having trouble understanding part C of this question.
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ΔVo = Vout/2fRC
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So to get ~12V at the output, the turns ratio should be 14 because 120√2/12 = 14.14.
Using a turns ratio of 14, the output voltage will be 12.12 V.
To...
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This is my load voltage output from my digital scope.
From the digital scope , my output voltage is 25.0007V but how do I find the ripple voltage from the given data?
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Say we are observing plane wave patterns on table. The depth of water is the same everywhere in ripple tank. The frequency of waves is 12 Hz and wave length is L (lamda). We see the wave pattern as stationer while looking at wave pattern through the slots of stroboscope which...
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How does the RC-link help with adding ripple to the signal? What would happen if the capacitor was removed (short-circuited)?
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I believe that the role of the capacitor is to pass on the AC voltage. Initially the capacitor is charged...
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Two sources 6.0 cm apart, operating in phase, produce water waves. A student selects a point on the first nodal line and measures from it 30.0cm to a point midway between the sources and 5.0cm (on the perpendicular) to the right bisector.
a) what is the wavelength
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This homework problem is for my power electronics course I am currently taking.
The network shown to the right (SEE ATTACHED IMAGE) is used to
study the output voltage ripple of particular
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and \tilde{v}_C(t) represent...
I am stuck up at finding the ripple factor for a half wave rectifier.
According to the formula- V(rms)/Vdc.
But how to find Vrms?
To find it I would require the equation of the half wave rectified sine wave, right? How do I form that?
Please Help.
I am not getting the concept of ripple factor in half wave rectification with the help of diode.The derivation done by our lecturer is not clear.Someone please explain the concept and its derivation.
Also it seems from the derivation given by our lecturer that there are two types...
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I am wondering why a single disturbance can cause ripple on water surface but the same is not true when sound wave is made. When air is disturbed, only one pulse is made in one time. What set the difference?
Thanks in advance.
Whilst looking at the possible parts for a boost converter I came across references to making sure that the capacitor could handle the "ripple current".
I looked a bit further and can see 2 possibilities.
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I found 2 equation for calculating the peak to peak ripple voltage,
this one is the common one i see,
Vripple p-p = I / 2fCAnd i also see this one in my book, but can't really find any other source use this formula,
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A two-dimensional water wave spreads in circular ripples. Show that the amplitude A at a distance R from the initial disturbance is proportional to 1/\sqrt{R} Hint: Consider the energy carried by one outward moving ripple
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I want to design an 8-bit Multiplier, using 4-bit Adders. I created a Ripple Carry Multiplier using 16 4-bit adders, but after debugging realized it doesn't work. I got this schematic off of a 4-bit multiplier i saw online, but can't find the link to it anymore.
Here is the...
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Derive the ripple voltage of a full-wave rectifier with a capacitor-input filter.
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Where V_{r(pp)} is the peak-to-peak ripple voltage and V_{DC} is the dc (average) value of the filter's output voltage.
And V_{p(rect)} is the unfiltered peak rectified...
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A double-slit interference experiment is done in a ripple tank (a water tank using a vibrating rod to produce a plane wave on the surface of the water). The slits are 6.00 cm apart, and a viewing screen is 2.15 m from the slits. The wave speed of the ripples in water is...
I am building an on-board generator for a small aircraft (AUW = ~ 10kg). The fuel motor is rated at 1.8 kW and it directly drives a 3 phase AC motor. The rpm will be regulated at roughly 8k so I think the frequency of the AC output will be around 133 Hz. The AC motor produces 1 volt per 260 RPM...
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Full Wave Bridge Rectifier circuit
Basically this circuit, but ZL is r//c not simply r as it is in this circuit (also, disregard any values... just the model is relevant)
Vs=6.5cost(2pi60t)
CL=1μF
RL=500Ω
I'm trying to find Vmax and Vripple.
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i have come across two different formulas for ripple factor:
One is r= (Vrpp/Vdc), where Vdc is the dc voltage of the output and Vrpp is the peak to peak ripple voltage. My professor uses this formula and I have also seen it being used in basic electronics by Floyd
Another one is r= Vrms/Vdc...
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I'm measuring the voltage on the output of an amplified photodiode circuit that is capturing light emitted by an Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) projector and there is a periodic voltage drop which I don't know the reason. The projector is projecting an all-white image.
I've been...
Well rms current in AC is I / √2 and average current in DC is I /π ( in half wave)
ripple factor is rms current in AC divided by average current in DC which according to me is 2.2. But value given is 1.21 everywhere
Is my formula wrong. Have i misunderstood ripple factor?
Hi Folks,
I tried designing a Dickson's charge pump.
Here are the below observations:
For a voltage doubler:
When W=240nm, charge pump capacitance= load capacitance= 1p F, load resistance= 10M ohm, Switching frequency=500k Hz, Vin=2V
Results:
Vout= 4.3772V, settling time= 50u s...