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5807-final-spring11[1] - ECEN5807 1/6 ECEN 5807 Final Exam...

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ECEN5807 ________________________________________________________ 1/6 ECEN 5807 Final Exam Spring 2011 Exam policy and instructions: Open-book, open notes, open materials from the course web site. Absolutely no collaboration is allowed . Using someone else’s work, asking for assistance from anyone, or giving assistance to another student is not allowed in any form. During the exam, the instructor will not answer any questions related to solutions of the exam problems . Show all work, partial credit will be given. Write your name on each sheet . Sign the honor code statement below (you must sign to receive credit for the exam) and return this cover sheet with your exam: On my honor, as a University of Colorado at Boulder student, I have neither given nor received unauthorized assistance on this exam. Signed: __________________________________ Date: _________________ For on-campus students, the exam is due by 2 pm on Wednesday, May 4. For off-campus students, the exam is due (submitted via CUlearn (preferably), emailed as an attachment, faxed, or postmarked) 5 days after the date you received the exam by email. The work must be received by 2 pm (Mountain time) on Wednesday, May 11. Keep a copy of your work . For mail or fax submissions, please use the following contact info: Prof. Dragan Maksimovic ECEE Department 425 UCB University of Colorado Boulder, CO 80309-0425 phone: 303-492-4863, fax: 303-492-2758 [email protected] The exam has 3 problems. The maximum number of points for each question is indicated. The total number of points is 100.
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ECEN5807________________________________________________________ 2/6 1 [35 pts] PWM Rectifier Operating in Critical Conduction Mode A boost converter is to be operated in critical conduction mode as a low-harmonic rectifier, as illustrated below. Losses can be neglected.
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course ECEN 5807 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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