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Assertion (A): For high power applications, inverters are used instead of transistors.
Reason (R): For high power applications, inverter is operated in active region.
In low-power electronic circuits oscillators are used for converting dc power into ac power. These oscillator use transistors for converting dc voltage into sinusoidal ac voltage. Since transistor is used in active region, therefore there is substantial loss of power which decreases efficiency. In high power applications inverters are used instead of transistors and the inverters operate in saturation region or cut-off region. Thus, assertion is true but reason is false.
Match List-l (Type of Inverter circuits) with List-ll (Characteristics) and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists:
A. Voltage Source Inverter
B. 120° Conduction Inverter
C. Current Source Inverter
D. 180°Conduction Inverter
1. Suitable for a load of low leakage impedance
2. Each device turns on at regular interval of 60º
3. Suitable for multi machine control
4. Preferable for a delta connected load
Consider the following statements associated with CSI and VSI:
1. In CSI, commutation is load dependent process.
2. Thyristorised current source fed inverter has inherent four quadrant operation.
3. In VSl dynamic braking is applicable during ac line failure.
4. MOSFET and transistor are more suitable for CSl compared to VSI.
Which of the statements given above is/are correct?
• In CSI at light load, commutation time is considerably increased, which can restrict the highest frequency. Hence, commutation is load dependent process in CSI. Thus, statement-1 is correct.
• A VSl requires an additional line commutated converter for reverse power flow while it is hot so for a CSI i.e. a CSI has inherent four quadrant operation. Thus, statement-2 is correct.
• In VSl, dynamic braking is applicable during ac line failure. Thus, statement-3 is correct.
• MOSFET and transistor are more suitable for VSl not for CSI because in CSI large transient voltage is produced during commutation. Hence, statement-4 is not correct.
A single-phase half bridge inverter has supply voltage of 200 V. For a load resistance of 10 Ω, the output power is equal to
Output is a square wave with an amplitude of 100V.
RMS value of a square wave is equal to its peak value.
So, rms value of output voltage is
Assertion (A): The terminal voltage of a voltage source inverter remains substantially constant with variations in load.
Reason (R): Any short-circuit across the terminals of a voltage source inverter causes current to rise very fast.
A voltage source inverter is one in which the d.c. source has small or negligible impedance. Due to low internal impedance, the terminal voltage of a VSI remains substantially constant with variations in load. Reason is also a correct -statement because due to low time constant of internal impedance any short-circuit across the terminals of a VSI causes current to rise very fast. Hence, both assertion and reason are true but reason is not the correct explanation of assertion.
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