## Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Average Output Voltage Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/pi
Vdc(f) = (2*V(max))/pi
This formula uses 1 Constants, 2 Variables
Constants Used
pi - Archimedes' constant Value Taken As 3.14159265358979323846264338327950288
Variables Used
Average Output Voltage Full - (Measured in Volt) - Average Output Voltage Full is the average dc value of the output voltage.
Peak Input Voltage SP - (Measured in Volt) - Peak Input Voltage SP is the peak of the alternating voltage provided at the input of any electrical circuit.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Peak Input Voltage SP: 221 Volt --> 221 Volt No Conversion Required
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
Vdc(f) = (2*V(max))/pi --> (2*221)/pi
Evaluating ... ...
Vdc(f) = 140.692969693235
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
140.692969693235 Volt --> No Conversion Required
140.692969693235 140.693 Volt <-- Average Output Voltage Full
(Calculation completed in 00.020 seconds)
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​ Go Average Output Current Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/(pi*Resistance SP)
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​ Go Average Output Power SP = (2/pi)^2*Peak Input Voltage SP*Peak Load Current
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​ Go Average Output Voltage Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/pi
RMS Output Current of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load
​ Go RMS Output Current = Source Voltage/Resistance SP

## Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load Formula

Average Output Voltage Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/pi
Vdc(f) = (2*V(max))/pi

## Midpoint Rectifier

A rectifier is called midpoint rectifier when the diodes that rectifies the ac input into dc are connected in parallel across the load. Both diodes are connected across the load, for each of input cycle one diode is forward biased and the other gets reverse biased hence rectifying the whole ac input.

## How to Calculate Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load?

Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load calculator uses Average Output Voltage Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/pi to calculate the Average Output Voltage Full, The Average output voltage of single phase full wave midpoint diode rectifier with R load formula is defined as the average value of the output voltage over a complete input cycle when the load is resistive in nature. Average Output Voltage Full is denoted by Vdc(f) symbol.

How to calculate Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load, enter Peak Input Voltage SP (V(max)) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load calculation can be explained with given input values -> 140.693 = (2*221)/pi.

### FAQ

What is Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load?
The Average output voltage of single phase full wave midpoint diode rectifier with R load formula is defined as the average value of the output voltage over a complete input cycle when the load is resistive in nature and is represented as Vdc(f) = (2*V(max))/pi or Average Output Voltage Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/pi. Peak Input Voltage SP is the peak of the alternating voltage provided at the input of any electrical circuit.
How to calculate Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load?
The Average output voltage of single phase full wave midpoint diode rectifier with R load formula is defined as the average value of the output voltage over a complete input cycle when the load is resistive in nature is calculated using Average Output Voltage Full = (2*Peak Input Voltage SP)/pi. To calculate Average Output Voltage of Single Phase Full Wave Midpoint Diode Rectifier with R Load, you need Peak Input Voltage SP (V(max)). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Peak Input Voltage SP and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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