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Unformatted text preview: KI: EE362L, Fall 09, Test 1. Two Problems. Name: Spa/Wis ﬂﬂ ,, Y,
Show all work on these pages. One sheet of notes permitted. Do not unstaple. m Problem 1. A 120V ‘ 0Hz wall outlet voltage powers a lossless DBR, which in turn :1 / W supplies power to a laptop computer. The computer draws a constant 25W. Suppose that there
is a sudden outage of AC voltage. The DBR capacitor continues to supply 25W to the computer,
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known as ridethrough capability. / 00 Assuming negligible voltage ripple on the capacitor, how many uF are needed to provide 15 ————.., seconds of ridethrough capability? ,
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supplies power to a laptop computer. The computer draws a constant 35W. Suppose that there
is a sudden outage of AC voltage. The DBR capacitor continues to supply 35W to the computer,
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Show all work on these pages. One sheet of notes permitted. Do not unstaple. Problem 1. A 120Vrms,‘60Hz wall outlet voltage powers a lossless DBR, which in turn
supplies power to a laptopicomputer. The computer draws a constant 35W. Suppose that there
is a sudden outage of AC voltage. The DBR capacitor continues to supply 35W to the computer,
but when capacitor voltage Vdc falls to 80V, the computer shuts off. The elapsed time is known
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rectifier is at zero potential with respect to the building neutral. Consider a rectiﬁer operated
directly from a 120Vrms, 60Hz wall outlet. The load is resistive, and there is no DC capacitor. Analyze the rectiﬁer circuit and determine the voltage waveform of point b with respect to point
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