Variable shift positive clamper

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erece
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for the given circuit and waveform , i am not getting how output for ωt < π is Vs + E1 ?
given Vs is input and equal to Vm Sinωt
 

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Carl Pugh
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When input voltage goes negative, C will charge to a negative voltage. There should be at least a large resistance resistor in series with C to keep it from charging to full voltage.
This is not my speciality, so there is no guarantee that this circuit will work even with a large resistance resistor in series with C.
 

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