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Hello Sir, I am looking for the EE2304-Power Electronics Laboratory Model Questions Paper of Rajalakshmi Engineering College. Can you please tell me from where I can get it?? As you are looking for the Mathematics question paper of Rajalakshmi Engineering College so here I am providing you Solve (D2 + D − 2)y = 0. Solve (D2 + 6D + 9)y = 0. Solve (D4 + 4)x = 0 where D =d/dt If w = log z, then determine where w is non analytic. Define singular point of the function with an example. Show that f(z) = xy + iy is not analytic. Define holomorphic function For whole paper here is the PDF file Rajalakshmi Engineering College Mathematics question paper Last edited by Aakashd; July 1st, 2019 at 10:51 AM. |
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Re: Rajalakshmi Engineering College-Model Questions Papers
As you are looking for the EE2304-Power Electronics Laboratory Model Questions Paper of Rajalakshmi Engineering College so here I am sharing with you same EE2304-Power Electronics Laboratory runs under the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Rajalakshmi Engineering College EE2304-Power Electronics Laboratory- Practical Examination Model Question Paper 1. Conduct an experiment and obtain the anode forward conduction characteristics of the given Latching Device. 2. Obtain the V-I Characteristics of the given three terminal device that can be triggered with positive or negative polarity voltages. 3. Obtain the static characteristics of the given unipolar device that has positive temperature coefficient. 4. Conduct an experiment to find out the static characteristics of a device, which has low on-state power loss. 5. Determine the output waveforms of the two quadrant converter with inductive load for a firing angle of α = 45 degrees. 6. Determine the output waveforms of the one quadrant converter with resistive load for a firing angle of α = 30 degrees. 7. Obtain the output waveforms of the chopper by varying its duty cycle whose output voltage is αVs. 8. Obtain the output waveforms of the chopper by varying its duty cycle whose output voltage is Vs/1-α. 9. Demonstrate how zero – voltage switching can be incorporated in a resonant converter with switching frequency above half of the resonating frequency. 10. Simulate and obtain the output waveforms of the converter in which two devices conduct simultaneously during a mode of operation with each device conducting maximum for a period of 60 degrees. Rest of the Questions are attached in below file which is free of cost for you Address: Rajalakshmi Engineering College Rajalakshmi Nagar, Thandalam, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, 602105 India Ph: 044 3718 1111 Map: |