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    rectifier using a diode is connected to a 240 V (rms), 50 Hz supply. Neglect the voltage drop across the diode. Derive the mean load voltage for two cases: (i) when the load is a pure resistor of 10 Ω. (108 V) V mean =(240√2)/π = 339.4112/ π =108.04 (ii) when the load has a 10 Ω resistor connected in series with a 0.1 H inductance. Assume that the current continues up until ωt=30 degrees. (100.8 V) Hence calculate the mean load current for each case. (10.8 A; 3.06 A) 2. Using a

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