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June 21 – July 2, 2004 Section 3. Power Line Considerations 63 SCR Commutation Effects Reducing SCR commutation effects • Commutation notches (voltage drops) are directly proportional to system Z and DC load current. To reduce commutation notch depth, use a stiff (large, low Z) line. Z= 5 % VC2 = Id Z 2=Id Z 1/2 VC2 = 1/2 V C1 Z = 10 % V C1 = Id Z 1 Power Supply June 21 – July 2, 2004 Other Equip Power Supply Section 3. Power Line Considerations Other Equip 64 SCR Commutation Effects Reducing SCR commutation effects on other equipment • Isolate other equipment by placing them on another line June 21 – July 2, 2004 Section 3.

To reduce commutation notch depth, use a stiff (large, low Z) line. Z= 5 % VC2 = Id Z 2=Id Z 1/2 VC2 = 1/2 V C1 Z = 10 % V C1 = Id Z 1 Power Supply June 21 – July 2, 2004 Other Equip Power Supply Section 3. Power Line Considerations Other Equip 64 SCR Commutation Effects Reducing SCR commutation effects on other equipment • Isolate other equipment by placing them on another line June 21 – July 2, 2004 Section 3.

02 Trigonometric form of the Fourier Series T 1 a 0 = ∫ f ( t )dt T0 T 2 a k = ∫ f ( t )cos kω0tdt T0 T 2 b k = ∫ f ( t )sin kω0tdt T0 Complex form from Euler e j x = cos x + j sin x T 2 − jkω 0 t ck = ∫ f ( t )e dt T0 June 21 – July 2, 2004 Section 3. 02 Even function symmetry f ( t ) = f ( -t ) No sine terms Has DC component if no half-wave symmetry Odd function symmetry f ( t ) = - f ( -t ) No cosine terms No DC component Half-wave symmetry f ( t ) = - f ( t -1/2T) Have sines and cosines but only odd harmonics No DC component June 21 – July 2, 2004 Section 3.

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