Title of the experiment-2:
Rectifier circuits (Half wave and Full wave Bridge Rectifiers with Capacitor filter)
To simulate Rectifier circuits like Half wave and Full wave Bridge Rectifiers with Capacitor filter.
1. MULTISIM Software Loaded PC 1 No.
2. Printer = 1 No.
2. Diode Symbol
3. Design Circuit
4 . Simulation Procedure
5. Output Waveform
A p n junction is known as a Semiconductor Diode. The p n junction is used for the purpose of rectification as it conducts only in one direction. It is also known as crystal diode as it is made of a crystal-like Silicon or Germanium.
ZENER DIODE SYMBOL:
Half wave Rectifier circuit
Half wave Rectifier circuit Output Waveform:
Full wave Rectifier circuit:
Full wave Rectifier circuit Output Waveform:
Bridge Rectifier Circuit:
Bridge Rectifier circuit Output Waveform:
• Open MULTISIM Software.
• Click=> New => Design1
• Click save as in Desk Top rename the Design1 to your circuit name.
• Go to Component tool bar and select the components.
• Draw the above circuits using the components that are available in the tool bar and then save the circuit.
• Double click AC_POWER set its value above mentioned.
• Click simulate button or press F5 key => RUN
• Then double click connected in the output of the Oscilloscope and measure input and output waveforms.
• Then Change input Frequency and voltage, again measure and print the output waveforms.
Viva Questions with answers:
What is a Rectifier?
A rectifier is a device which converts AC (Alternating current) to DC (Direct current).
Name the basic types of rectifiers?
Half wave rectifier, Full wave center tap rectifier and Full wave bridge rectifier.
What is the difference between Half Wave and Full Wave Rectifier?A half wave rectifier converts only half of the AC cycle to Uni-direction. Whereas a full wave rectifier converts both half cycles.
What is called ripple Voltage?
Ripple voltage in a rectifier output is the amount of AC content present in the output DC, it causes periodic pulsating of the DC voltage which is derived from the AC source.
What is the importance of PIV voltage of a Diode in A Rectifier Circuit?
PIV (Peak Inverse Voltage) is the maximum possible voltage that a diode can withstand in the reverse bias.
All experiments should be designed and verified through simulation tools like Multisim.
1. Zener diode (Forward and Reverse bias characteristics)
2. Rectifier circuits ( Half wave, Full wave, Bridge rectifier with filters)
3. Power supply with Zener diode as Regulator
4. Common Base transistor output characteristics
5. Common emitter amplifier (Implementation of Current Series negative feedback)
6. Emitter follower (Implementation of Voltage Series negative feedback)
7. RC Coupled amplifier (Implementation of the concept of multistage amplifier)
8. Clippers and Clampers
9. RC Phase shift oscillator (Medium frequency Sine wave generators)
10. Hartley oscillator (High frequency Sine wave generator)
11. Astable Multivibrator (Square or Rectangular wave generator)
12. Gate triggering of SCR with various gate currents.