Electronics and Communication Engineering - Power Electronics - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Power Electronics - Section 9 (Q.No. 6)
McMurrary full bridge inverter uses
auxiliary commutation
complementary commutation
natural commutation
any of the above
Answer: Option
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Papdv said:   5 years ago
I think it is Complementary commutation.

Skd said:   6 years ago
McMurray-Bedford half-bridge inverter. McMurray-Bedford inverter is a complementary impulse commutated inverter. This means that if two inductors are tightly coupled, tringgering of one thyristor turns-off another thyristor in the same arm. This circuit configuration uses less numbers of thyristors and capacitors are higher.

Parashu said:   6 years ago
Complementary commutation is correct I think.

Pkn said:   6 years ago
Answer is complementary commutation. I agree with it.

Sagar said:   7 years ago
This is wrong.

McMurrary is used to complementary commutation.

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