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Power-Measurement Errors in Controlled Rectifier Circuits

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3 Author(s)
Michael S. Erlicki ; TECHNION, Israel Institute of Technology ; David Schieber ; Joseph Ben Uri

The development of controlled rectifiers during the last few years has led to their application in electrical drives. When a dc motor, for instance, is controlled by such a regulated power supply, discontinuous current may flow in the armature; this phenomeon is related to the firing angle and the rotor counter-EMF. Discontinuous current is also possible in circuits incorporating thyratrons, magnetic amplifiers, etc.

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IEEE Transactions on Industry and General Applications  (Volume:IGA-2 ,  Issue: 4 )