a Explanation: Vo = √2Vs (1+cosα)/π.

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C.150000

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A.Rising

A.Rising

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c Explanation: Form factor = RMS/Average vaules of current Therefore, FF = 2 I TAV = 35/2 = 17.5.

c

Explanation: Form factor = RMS/Average vaules of current

Therefore, FF = 2

I

TAV = 35/2 = 17.5.

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c Explanation: Vg.Ig = 0.5 W, the power dissipation mustn’t exceed the average power dissipation.

c

Explanation: Vg.Ig = 0.5 W, the power dissipation mustn’t exceed the average power

dissipation.

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d Explanation: As the gate characteristics is a plot of Ig vs Vg consisting of two curves one for the maximum values & other for the minimum the area between them gives the total average gate power dissipation. (A very important parameter in designing of the triggering circuits).

d

Explanation: As the gate characteristics is a plot of Ig vs Vg consisting of two curves one

for the maximum values & other for the minimum the area between them gives the total

average gate power dissipation. (A very important parameter in designing of the

triggering circuits).

b Explanation: During the delay time only, the collector current flows & base to emitter voltage is zero. Hence the average power can be found, simply by integrating it over the total delay time & dividing by the base time period.

b

Explanation: During the delay time only, the collector current flows & base to emitter

voltage is zero. Hence the average power can be found, simply by integrating it over the

total delay time & dividing by the base time period.

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a Explanation: Vo = √2Vs (1+cosα)/π.

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