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Unformatted text preview: V V ripple 175 . = With 100 Ω How much does the 100 Ω resistor reduce the dc output voltage across the 1kΩ load? V V out 6 = With the 100 Ω resistor in place. V V out 9 . 6 = Without the 100 Ω resistor in place. How much does the ripple increase when the 100 Ω resistor is shorted out? V V ripple 440 . = Without 100 Ω CONCLUSION: The importance of a resistive element in series with the capacitor of a rectifier or power supply was confirmed in this lab. It was obvious, that without an resistive element, the ripple voltage became significantly larger. It a realistic scale, this is not good designing, because in most circumstances, using a circuit of this type is meant to gather the most positive voltage from the source as possible....
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 Spring '08
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 Resistor, Rectifier, ripple, Vripple, resistive element

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