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## Main Question or Discussion Point

I want to know how to determine a current from full wave rectifier.

If I have a voltage source (full wave rectifier 3-phase) and R-L circuit.

How to calculate and determine the current of that circuit?

So I can get the equation of that current.

For calculation, let us determine that :

peak voltage 10 Volts, R = 100 ohms and L = 1 Henry, frequency = 60Hz

I've known one solution, using simplification that L is infinite.

So current is squre function. But now I don't want to use any simplifications.

Using laplace transform or transient & steady state?

Thanks.

If I have a voltage source (full wave rectifier 3-phase) and R-L circuit.

How to calculate and determine the current of that circuit?

So I can get the equation of that current.

For calculation, let us determine that :

peak voltage 10 Volts, R = 100 ohms and L = 1 Henry, frequency = 60Hz

I've known one solution, using simplification that L is infinite.

So current is squre function. But now I don't want to use any simplifications.

Using laplace transform or transient & steady state?

Thanks.