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DIODE RECTIFIERS

3.2

Single phase half-wave rectifier is the simplest circuit, this circuit is not used in precise practical

applications due to high voltage ripples, and low efficiency. Therefore discussing this circuit aims

to compare further electrical circuits with this circuit.

Performance Parameters :

3.2.1.

The electrical circuit is shown in fig.3.1-a, where a resistive load is energized throughout this

rectifier, and the waveforms obtained from this circuit is illustrated on fig.3.1-b

Fig.3.1-b: Circuit waveforms( source voltage, output voltage , and load current)

As well shown from the figure the diode will conduct only for the positive half wave of the

supply voltage, during the negative half wave the diode is in reverse biasing and there is no

output voltage. During the negative half wave the source voltage is applied across the diode,

therefore the diode must carry the peak value of the source voltage.

There are different types of rectifier circuits and the performances of a rectifier are normally

evaluated in terms of the following parameters:

1. The average value of the output ( load) voltage Vdc, and current Idc:

V DC =

1

T

Vm sin( t ) d t =

0

I DC

Vm

V DC

R

2. The rms value of the output ( load) voltage Vrms, and current Irms :

Vrms =

1

T

(Vm

0

sin t ) d t =

2

Vm

2

Irms = Vrms

R

3. The load average and rms power: These are the power energized the load in form of

DC (average ) and AC (effective ) values. Usually the effective value is greater than the

average value due to output waveform shape.

P

P

= V

= V

DC

AC

. I DC

RMS

. I RMS

DC

4. The Rectifier Efficiency : This parameter characterized the ratio between the average

and effective power, and depends on the rectifier type and configuration:

P DC

P RMS

5. The Transformer Utilization: This parameter characterized the ratio between the average

power and transformer secondary ( source) volt-ampere rating ( VA)rating , and characterized

the ratio between average output power and the appearance power energized the system (

transformer, rectifier, and load):

TUF =

P DC

( VA ) rating

Vs= the secondary ( source) rms voltage,

Is=IRMS : the secondary rms current .

6. The Form Factor: This parameter characterized the ratio between the rms and average

voltage (the physical mean of this parameter is the difference between the root mean square of

the signal shape and the average value of this shape, therefore if the shape has pure dc value,

there is no difference and FF=1.

FF =

V RMS

V DC

7. The Ripple Factor: This parameter characterized the difference between the ac

component of the output voltage and dc component of the same voltage :

V AC

RF =

=

V DC

V RMS

1 =

V DC

FF 2 1

characterized the difference between the total rms ac current ( secondary current Is) and

fundamental component of ac source current, which can be defined by decomposing the

secondary current into Fourier series ( Harmonics Specter):

HF =

I S I S1

IS

IS

1

IS1

9. The Displacement angle: This parameter characterized the angle() between the

fundamental current Is1 and the source voltage :

DF = cos

10. The Power Factor: This parameter defines the input power factor:

PF =

VS.IS1

IS1

. cos = cos

VS.IS

IS

As well mentioned in the PF equation the input power factor depends on the load character

and on the source current shape.

11. The Crest factor: This parameter defines the measure of the peak input current (I S)peak

as compared with its rms value I S:

CF =

( IS ) peak

IS

Example 3.1:

Single phase rectifier has a purely resistive load of 10 , energized by voltage source of 220V

throughout two windings transformer with ratio 2:1.

Determine : 1- the average and rms voltage and current

2- the efficiency, TUF,

3- FF, RF, and the peak voltage across the diode (PIV).

4- the CF, and the input PF.

Solution:

1. The average and RMS voltage and current:

Vm

110 . 2

V DC =

=

= 49 . 51 V

;

V DC

49 . 51

I DC =

=

= 4 . 951 A

R

10

Vrms

Irms

Vm

2

Vrms

=

R

=

110 . 2

= 77 . 78 V

2

= 77 . 78 = 7 . 778 A

10

P DC

V DC . I DC

49 . 51 * 4 . 951

245 . 124

=

=

=

=

* 100 = 40 . 51 %

P AC

V RMS . I RMS

77 . 78 * 7 . 778

604 . 97

P DC

245 . 124

245 . 124

TUF =

=

=

* 100 = 28 . 6 %

( VA ) rating

Vs .Is

110 * 7 . 778

where Is = I RMS = 7 . 778 A .

FF =

V RMS

V DC

FF

RF

PIV

= Vm

=

2

77 . 78

= 1 . 5709

49 . 51

1 =

=

2 Vs

1 . 57

=

1 = 1 . 21 = 121 %

2 * 110

= 155 . 56 V .

( I S ) peak

Vm / R

2 * 110 / 10

=

=

= 2

IS

IS

7 . 778

Pac

V S .I S 1

IS1

0 . 5 2 Vm 2 / R

PF =

=

. cos =

.1 =

=

( VA ) rating

V S .I S

IS

0 .5 * 0 . 707 Vm 2 / R

CF =

0.5 2

= 0 . 707 lag .

0 . 5 * 0 . 707

Summary:

Taking into account the obtained rectifier parameters we conclude that this type rectifier

characterized with bad parameters presented by :

1. Low ( poor) transform utilization 28.6%, which means that the transformer must

be 1/0.286=3.49 times larger that when it is used to deliver power from a pure ac

voltage.

2. Low ( poor) rectification efficiency = 40.5%

3. Presence of current dc component in the secondary current causing additional

losses ( winding and core heating).

4. High ripples 121% greater than that when the source is pure dc

5. High ripple factor, which means that a filter with large capacitance is required

for smoothing the output voltage, therefore this yield high capacitor starting

current problem.

Therefore this type rectifier is rarely used due to the weakness in quality of it's power and

signal parameters.

3.2.2. The effect of freewheeling diode on the output voltage:

When a rectifier energized RL load, the conduction period of the diode D1 will extend beyond

180o until the current becomes zero at t= + .

Figure 3.2 illustrates the electrical circuit consist of RL load ( R=10 , L=20mH)

( fig.3.2a), and the obtained simulation performance of the waveforms ( Vs, Vo, Is) where it's

shown the diode will conduct for the time of + .

(a)

for 10ms+

As well shown from the previous figures it's noted that the diode will conduct in the negative

half cycle for the time of , therefore the average output voltage decreases due to load

inductance.

The average voltage taking into account can be expressed as follows:

V DC =

Vm

1

T

= tan

sin( t ) d t =

Vm

(1 + cos ),

2

L

.

R

As increases, the output average voltage decreases, which the main drawback of

existing inductance in the rectifier circuit.

Avoiding this drawback requires connecting a freewheeling diode Dm across the load as well

shown on fig.3.3(a,b) where the negative portion of the output voltage is eliminated, and the

result is keeping the average voltage at the rated value despite of the existing of L load.

for 10ms+

for 10ms only.

When the rectifier energized Charging circuit with back voltage E, the conduction period of the

diode D1 will be less than half period ( <) depending on the back voltage value. In this case

the diode will conduct when Vs > E.

Figure 3.4 illustrates the electrical circuit energized battery charger with resistance play the role

of current limiter( fig.3.4a), and the obtained simulation performance of the waveforms ( Vs,

Vo, Is) where it's shown the diode will conduct for the time of .

The front angle and back angle depends on the peak value of the secondary voltage and back voltage. The

diode D1 will turned off when Vs< E.

The diode

conduction angle

Back angle

Front angle

The values of , and are defined as follows:

= ;

= .

;

The charging current can be expressed :

VsE Vm.sint E

io =

=

for <t < .

R

R

= sin

E

Vm

Example 3.2:

The battery voltage of fig.3.4a is E=24V and its capacity is 200Wh. The average charging

current be Idc=10A. The primary input voltage is Vp=240V, 50Hz, and the transformer has a

turn ratio of n=2:1.

Calculate: (a) the conducting angle of the diode,

(b) the current-limiting resistance R,

(c) the power rating PR of R,

(d) the charging time hO in hours,

(e) the rectifier efficiency , and

(f) the PIV of the diode.

Solution:

E=12V, Vp=120V, Vs=Vp/n=240/2=120V, and Vm =

(a) the conducting angle of the diode:

= sin

2 Vs = 169 . 7 V ,

E

1 24

= sin

= 8.13 ;

Vm

169.7

= 171.87 8.13 = 163.74.

(b) the average charging current IDC :

I DC =

=

R =

=

=

1 Vm . sin t E

d t,

2

R

1

( 2 Vm cos + 2 E E ).

2R

1

( 2 Vm cos + 2 E E ).

2 I DC

1

( 2 * 169 . 7 * COS ( 8 . 13 ) + 2

2 . 10

4 . 2559 .

24 * 0 . 1419

. 24 )

PR=R.IRMS2

1 Vm . sin t E

d t

2 R

R

IRMS =

=

1 Vm

2 R 2

1

2 10

Vm 2

+ E 2 ( 2 ) +

sin 2 4 Vm .E. cos

2

169 .7 2

169 .7 2

2

+

24

2

* 0 . 141 ) +

sin 2 * 8 .13 4 * 169 .7 * 24 . cos 8 .13

= 6 .772 A

P R = 10 * 6 .772 2 = 458 .704 W

2

PDC=E. IDC= 24*10=240W

hPDC =200W; ho= hPDC /PDC= 200/240=0.8334 hrs.

(e) the rectifier efficiency :

PDC

240

=

* 100 = 34.35%

PDC + PR 240 + 458.70

PIV=Vm+E =169.7+24193.7 V

Summary:

Taking into account the obtained rectifier parameters we conclude that :

1. The conducting time of the diode is less than

2. Low ( poor) rectification efficiency 33.34% due to small conducting time

3. Great heating losses due to current limiting resistance

4. The diode must carry total voltage > Vm in reverse biasing.

Single phase Full-wave rectifier is the popular circuit, applied in most industrial application due

to good rectifier parameters . There are two types rectifiers

- Full- wave center tap rectifier ( Midpoint)

- Full- Wave bridge rectifier (Gretz) circuit.

Both circuit characterized with identified rectifier parameters, except the secondary current,

efficiency and diode voltage.

Performance Parameters :

3.3.1. Full-Wave Center tap rectifier

The electrical circuit is shown on fig.3.5-a, where a resistive load is energized throughout this

rectifier, and the waveforms obtained from this circuit are illustrated on fig.3.5-b.

Each diode will conduct for half period ( D1- positive cycle, D2 negative cycle).

The output voltage of full wave rectified with less ripples. As well shown from the illustrated

waveforms on fig.3.5-b, the output rectified voltage has a unidirectional form among the full

period, also the voltage applied across the diode is twice the source value.

1. The average value of the output ( load) voltage Vdc, and current Idc:

V DC =

2

T

Vm

0

sin( t ) d t =

2 . Vm

= 0 . 6366 Vm

I DC = V DC

R

2. The rms value of the output ( load) voltage Vrms, and current Irms:

Vrms =

2

T

(Vm

0

sin t ) d t =

2

Vm

= VS

2

Irms = Vrms

R

Example 3.3:

Single phase center tape rectifier with the 20 resistive load, 220V, 2:1 transformer ratio.

Determine : 1- the average and rms voltage and current

2- the efficiency, TUF,

3- FF, RF, and the peak voltage across the diode (PIV).

4- the CF, and the input PF.

Solution:

1. The average and RMS voltage and current:

2 Vm

110 . 2

= 2 *

= 99 . 03 V

;

V DC

99 . 03

=

=

= 9 . 903 A

R

10

V DC =

I DC

Vm

2

Vrms

=

R

110 . 2

= 110 V

2

= 110 = 11 A

10

Vrms

Irms

P DC

V D C . ID C

99 . 03 * 9 . 903

980 . 694

=

=

=

* 100 = 81 %

P AC

V RMS . IRMS

110 * 11

1210

P DC

980 . 694

980 . 694

TUF =

=

=

* 100 = 57 . 3 %

( VA ) rating

2 . Vs . Is

2 * 110 * 7 . 778

where Is = I RMS / 2 = 7 . 778 A .

=

FF =

V RMS

V DC

FF

RF

PIV

110

= 1 . 11

99 . 03

1 =

= 2 .Vm

= 2

1 . 11

*

2 Vs

1 = 0 . 483

= 2

= 48 . 3 %

110

= 311 . 126 V .

I DAV

1

I DC

=

Im

sin

t

d

t

=

2 0

2

I DR =

1

2

(Im sin

t) d t =

PIV = Vm =

I RMS

2

2 Vs .

( IS) peak

Vm / R

Vm / R

=

=

=2

IS

IRMS / 2 Vm / 2 .R

Pac

V S.IS1

IS1

0 . 707 2 Vm 2 / R

PF =

=

. cos = . 1 =

=

( VA ) rating 2 .V S.IS

IS

0 .707 * Vm 2 / R

CF =

0 . 707 2

= 0 . 707 lag .

0 . 707

Summary:

Taking into account the obtained rectifier parameters we conclude that the rectifier

parameters has been improved comparing with previous case, but not all as follows:

1. Low transform utilization 57.3%, which means that the transformer must be

1/0.573=1.75 times larger that when it is used to deliver power from a pure ac

voltage.

2. good rectification efficiency = 81%

3. No dc component in the secondary current, therefore no additional losses in the

transformer core.

4. Acceptable ripples 111% greater than that when the source is pure dc

5. Acceptable ripple factor 48%.

6. The diode must carry twice voltage in the backward biasing, which the main

drawback of this type rectifier.

7.

Overcoming of this drawback and improving the transformer utilization, force us to use

Full-wave bridge rectifier, as well going to be described hereinafter.

3.3.2. Full-Wave Bridge rectifier

The electrical circuit is shown in fig.3.6-a, where a resistive load is energized throughout this

rectifier, and the waveforms obtained from this circuit are illustrated on fig.3.6-b

fig.3.6-c: The diode waveforms ( Vd, Id), and load current Io.

With purpose to evaluate the harmonic spectrum of the output voltage, and how can the

higher order harmonics can be predicted or fully eliminated, an example is going to be described

as follows:

Example 3.4:

Finding the Fourier Series of the Output Voltage for a Full-Wave Rectifier energizing R-L load.

Let Vs=110 V, R=10, L=20mH.

Determine : 1- determine the mathematical expression of the output voltage

2- the percentage value of the highest order harmonics.

Solution:

The rectifier output voltage may be described by a Fourier Series as follows:

1- The Fourier series:

Vo ( t ) = V DC +

( A n . cos n t + B n sin n t ) ,

n = 2 , 4 ,..

where:

1 2

2

2 Vm

Vo ( t ) d ( t ) =

Vm . sin t d ( t ) =

2 0

2 0

1 2

2

An =

Vo

.

cos

n

t

d

(

t

)

=

Vm . cos n t d ( t ) =

0

0

4 Vm

1

=

for n = 2 , 4 , 6 ,..

n = 2 , 4 ( n 1 )( n + 1 )

= 0 for n = 1 , 3 , 5 ,...

1 2

2

Bn =

Vo

.

sin

n

t

d

(

t

)

=

Vm . sin n t d ( t ) = 0 .

0

0

V DC =

Substituting the values of An and Bn, the expression for the output voltage is:

2 Vm

4 Vm

4 Vm

4 Vm

Vo ( t ) =

cos 2 t

cos 4 t

cos 6 t

3

15

35

1- The percentage values .. There are even harmonic numbers only.

Vm=1.414*110=155.54 V

2nd order harmonic is :

4 Vm

4 * 155 . 54

=

= 66 . 013 V

3

3

Vo 2

Vo 2 % =

* 100

= 40 . 52 %

Vm

Vo 2 =

This means that this harmonic is characterized with great negative effect and leads to additional

large losses and waveform deformation.

The harmonic speed ( angular frequency) = 2* = 2( 2f) = 2*2 *50 =628.31 rad/s

Which means that the harmonic frequency is twice the rated i.e. f2=2 fs=100 Hz.

4nd order harmonic is :

4 Vm

4 * 155 . 54

=

= 13 . 202 V

15

15

Vo 2

Vo 4 % =

* 100

= 8 . 48 %

Vm

Vo 4 =

The negative effect of this harmonic is negligible comparing with previous one.

The harmonic speed ( angular frequency) = 2* = 4( 2f) = 4*2 *50 =1256.62 rad/s, which

means that the harmonic frequency is 4 times the rated i.e. f4=4 fs=200 Hz.

Now the issue is to eliminate ( reduce) the effect of the strongest harmonic which is in our case

the fourth one. This could be realized by connecting filtering circuit with RC filter as shown on

fig.3.7a:

Fig.3.7b: The obtained waveforms illustration the capacitor effect on the output voltage and load

current.

As well shown from fig3.7c, the magnitude of 2nd harmonic has been reduced to 24V, which

equals to 15.4% from the fundamental one.

3.3.3. Full-Wave Bridge rectifier with RL & EMF:

Bridge rectifier energized RL load with back induced voltage E is illustrated on fig.3.8a, where

the load current flows when the supply voltage being greater than the back voltage E. The circuit

waveform are illustrated on fig.3.8b. The load current has discontinuous character due to the

value of back emf E.

By increasing the back induced voltage, the conducting time of the diode decreases with reduced

magnitude as well shown on fig.3.8-c.

Fig .3.8-c: Circuit waveforms ( Vs, Vo, Io) for RL load with back emf.

At the same time keeping E at constant value, increasing the load inductance leads to further

deformation in the output voltage and current as well shown on fig3.8d.

Fig.3.8-d: Circuit waveforms ( Vs, Vo, Io) with high inductive load and back emf..

Summary:

In general Full wave rectifier is characterized with enhanced parameters as follows :

1. High transform utilization 81%, which means that the transformer must be

1/0.81=1.23 times larger that when it is used to deliver power from a pure ac

voltage.

2. good rectification efficiency = 81%

3. No dc component in the secondary current, therefore no additional losses in the

transformer core.

4. Acceptable ripples 111% greater than that when the source is pure dc

5. Acceptable ri pple factor 48%.

6. The diode must carry only the applied voltage in the backward biasing,

7. In the case of RL load and back emf, the current mode ( continuous or

discontinuous), therefore the diode conducting time depends on the load impedance

and phase shift.

8. Single phase rectifiers are used for load up to 15 kW. For larger power output,

three-phase and multiphase rectifiers are used.

Despite the good performances of the rectifier, but there is a need to improve the system

performances, reducing the trans former weight and capabilities, and energized loads with

larger power. This could be achieved by applying three phase rectifiers as well described

in the coming sections:

Three-phase rectifiers are classified into Half-wave, and Full-wave energized loads with various

impedances and back emf. Applying three-phase rectifiers aims to realize smooth rectified

voltage, increasing efficiency, utilization , and minimizing the parameters of the filter.

3.4.1: Three-Phase Half-Wave Rectifier

Figure 3.9-a illustrates three-phase half wave rectifier energized R load, where three diodes (

D1, D2, and D3) operates in series sequence, each one for a time of 120. The operation

sequence is determined by the criteria : " the diode with maximum positive voltage applied

across it's terminals will conduct " , therefore each phase will pass the current for 120, where

for the rest of time this phase will be off and doesn't participate in the rectification process.

1. The average, rms voltage and current:

/q

2

q

V DC =

Vm . cos t d ( t ) = Vm

sin

2 /q 0

q

q = 3

in the case of three phase .

3 3

Vm = 0 . 8269 Vm

2

V DC

I DC =

.

R

2 / q

(Vm . cos t )2 d (t ) = Vm q + 1 sin 2

V RMS =

2 / q 0

2 q 2

q

Three phase q = 3

V RMS = 0 .84068 Vm

V

DC

IRMS =

VRMS

.

R

P DC

;

P AC

P DC = V DC . I DC =

(0 .8269

Vm

= 0 . 6837

Vm

R

R

2

(

0 . 84068 Vm )

Vm 2

P AC = V RMS .I RMS =

= 0 . 70674

R

R

2

Vm

0 . 6837

P DC

0 . 6837

R

=

=

* 100 % = 96 . 76 %

2 =

Vm

P AC

0 . 70674

0 . 70674

R

P DC

;

(VA )rating

(VA )rating = 3 .V S .I S

TUF =

1 1

2

+ sin

= 0 .4854 Im

2 q 2

q

0

0 . 4854

Vm 2

(VA )rating = 3 * 0 .707 Vm *

Vm = 1 . 0295

R

R

2

Vm

0 .6733

P DC

R = 0 .6733 * 100 % = 66 %

TUF =

=

(VA )rating 1 .0295 Vm 2 1 .0295

R

/q

2

2

IS =

Im

cos 2 t d ( t ) = Im

FF =

V RMS 0 .8406 Vm

=

* 100 % = 101 . 65 %

VDC 0 .8269 Vm

RF = FF 2 1 = 18 .24 %

0 .8406

PF = P AC =

= 0.6844

( VA ) rating 3 * 0 .707 * 0 .4854

4. The average and rms diode current and PIV

I DAV =

I DR =

PIV =

1

2

/3

1

2

Im . cos t d ( t ) = Im

/3

(Im . cos t )

sin

= 0 . 2757 Im

d ( t ) = I RMS /

3 .Vm =

6 Vs

Summary:

Taking into account the obtained rectifier parameters we conclude:

2. Satisfied trans former utilization 66%, which means that the transformer must be

1/0.66=1.55 times larger that when it is used to deliver power from a pure ac

voltage.

3. good rectification efficiency = 96.66%.

4. There is a dc component in the secondary current, therefore additional losses in the

transformer core. This reason explain the small value of TUF.

5. Good form factor 101%, and Acceptable ripples factor 18.24% greater than that

when the source is pure dc.

6. The diode must 33% of the total average dc current, 57% of the total rms current

, and must carry 1.73 Vm in the reverse biasing.

With purpose to enhanced the rectifier parameters ( reducing the ripples, increasing TUF,

increasing the rectifier capability, and elimination the dc component in the secondary current) a three-phase

full-wave rectifier is applied as follows:

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