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Efficiency of bridge rectifier

The efficiency of single phase full-wave bridge rectifier is given by the ratio of the output dc power to the total amount of input power supplied to the circuit. It is also called conventional efficiency.

Ƞ = DC power delivered to the load/AC input power from the transformer

   =Pdc/Pin

Pdc = I2L(dc) RL = (2IL(dc)/ π) RL = 0.636 ILM RL

Pin = I2L­(ac)(RL + RF) = I2L(dc) (RL + RF)/2

% Ƞ = 81.2/(1 + 2rd/R­L)

Here,

RL = load resistance

rd = diode forward resistance

RF = Rs + rd

IL = rms value of load current

ILM = maximum value of load current

IL(dc) =average value of load current

 

 

 

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