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p For the full-wave recti er circuit of Fig. 2-43(a), let vS 120 2 sin 120t V, RS 0:001 , RL 5 , and the ideal transformer has a turns ratio of 10:1. Using SPICE methods and assuming ideal diodes, plot the output voltage vL and diode currents iD1 and iD2 . Compare the results with predicted values based on the solution of Problem 2.28.
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Prb2_29.CIR - FW rectifier vs 1 0 SIN( 0V {sqrt(2)*120V} 60Hz ) Rs 1 2 0.0010ohm * Ideal transformer, 10:1 ratio L1 2 0 1H IC=-0.39A L2 3 0 10mH L3 0 4 10mH kall L1 L2 L3 1 D1 3 5 DMOD D2 4 5 DMOD RL 5 0 5ohm .MODEL DMOD D(n=0.0001) ; Ideal diode .TRAN 1us 16.667ms 0s 1e-6s UIC .PROBE .END
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Execution of <Prb2_29.CIR> and use of the Probe feature of PSpice result in the plots of Fig. 2-44 where the peak values of vL and iD1 have been marked.
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Fig. 2-44 Based on the results of Problem 2.28, the predicted peak values of vL and iD1 are given by iD1 max vL max p vS max =n 120 2=10 3:39 A RL 5 p v 120 2 S max 16:97 V n 10
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The predicted values and the SPICE results are in agreement.
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The Zener diode in the voltage-regulator circuit of Fig. 2-45 has a constant reverse breakdown voltage VZ 8:2 V, for 75 mA iZ 1 A. If RL 9 , size RS so that vL VZ is regulated to (maintained at) 8.2 V while Vb varies by 10 percent from its nominal value of 12 V.
iS RS + iZ + Vb _ + LZ _ iL + RL _
Fig. 2-45 By Ohm s law iL Now an application of KVL gives RS Vb VZ iZ iL 1 vL V 8:2 0:911 A Z 9 RL RL
and we use (1) to size RS for maximum Zener current IZ at the largest value of Vb : RS 1:1 12 8:2 2:62  1 0:911
Now we check to see if iZ ! 75 mA at the lowest value of Vb : iZ Vb vZ 0:9 12 8:2 0:911 81:3 mA iL 2:62 RS
Since iZ > 75 mA, vZ VZ 8:2 V and regulation is preserved.
A Zener diode has the speci cations VZ 5:2 V and PD max 260 mW. Assume RZ 0. (a) Find the maximum allowable current iZ when the Zener diode is acting as a regulator. (b) If a single-loop circuit consists of an ideal 15-V dc source VS , a variable resistor R, and the described Zener diode, nd the range of values of R for which the Zener diode remains in constant reverse breakdown with no danger of failure.
a (b) By KVL, VS RiZ VZ so that R Vs VZ iZ iZ max IZ PD max 260 10 3 50 mA VZ 5:2
From Section 2.10, we know that regulation is preserved if R VS VZ 15 5:2 1:96 k 0:1IZ max 0:1 50 10 3 VS VZ 15 5:2 196  IZ max 50 10 3
Overcurrent failure is avoided if R! Thus, we need 196  R
196 k.
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A light-emitting diode (LED) has a greater forward voltage drop than does a common signal diode. A typical LED can be modeled as a constant forward voltage drop vD 1:6 V. Its luminous intensity Iv varies directly with forward current and is described by Iv 40iD % millicandela (mcd) A series circuit consists of such an LED, a current-limiting resistor R, and a 5-V dc source VS . Find the value of R such that the luminous intensity is 1 mcd.
By (1), we must have iD From KVL, we have VS RiD 1:6 V 1:6 5 1:6 136  R S iD 25 10 3 Iv 1 25 mA 40 40
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