Hi, I am trying to model a full wave single phase thyristor controlled rectifier feeding a resistor and capacitor in parallel (like a power supply I believe where the capacitor is used for smoothing?) and I would like to calculate the average output dc voltage in a similar fashion as for a resistive or RL load but I cannot seem to find a book with the equation or even the integral to be solved. Is this possible as im struggling to find examples of it already being done?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Full wave rectifier with RC Load

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