3Phase rectified to single phase

If I got a 380v 3-phase supply and I want to rectify it with thyristors to single phase how much voltage will I get ?What is the relationship?thanks

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Prem Pal Singh

  • May 14th, 2012

After rectification you cant get any ac because ac is now dc after rectification.

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  • May 15th, 2012

The dc output of the full wave rectifier is average value the amplitude of the sine wave. In short multiply the r.m.s value of the ac input voltage by its form factor (1.11 in case of pure sine wave) to get the dc voltage value. This is applicable to 1 ph wave. In case of 3ph it again has to be multiplied by sq root of 3.

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