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Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits Formula

Discharging current of thyristor circuit=Input voltage/((Resistance+Resistance))
I<sub>TD</sub>=V<sub>i</sub>/((R<sub>1</sub>+R<sub>2</sub>))
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What is dv/dt protection of thyristor circuit?

When the thyristor is forward biased, junctions J1 and J3 forward biased and junction J2 are reverse biased. This reverse-biased junction J2 exhibits the characteristics of a capacitor. Therefore, if the rate of forwarding voltage applied is very high across the thyristor, the charging current flows through the junction J2 is high enough to turn ON the thyristor even without any gate signal. This is called as dv/dt triggering of the thyristor circuit.

How to Calculate Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits?

Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits calculator uses Discharging current of thyristor circuit=Input voltage/((Resistance+Resistance)) to calculate the Discharging current of thyristor circuit, Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits is the current that is calculated in the case of dv/dt limited R1 and CS. It is the ratio of input voltage to the sum of R1 and R2. Discharging current of thyristor circuit and is denoted by ITD symbol.

How to calculate Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits, enter Input voltage (Vi), Resistance (R1) and Resistance (R2) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits calculation can be explained with given input values -> 0.05 = 1/((10+10)).

FAQ

What is Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits?
Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits is the current that is calculated in the case of dv/dt limited R1 and CS. It is the ratio of input voltage to the sum of R1 and R2 and is represented as ITD=Vi/((R1+R2)) or Discharging current of thyristor circuit=Input voltage/((Resistance+Resistance)). Input voltage is the voltage supplied to the device, Resistance is a measure of the opposition to current flow in an electrical circuit and Resistance is a measure of the opposition to current flow in an electrical circuit.
How to calculate Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits?
Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits is the current that is calculated in the case of dv/dt limited R1 and CS. It is the ratio of input voltage to the sum of R1 and R2 is calculated using Discharging current of thyristor circuit=Input voltage/((Resistance+Resistance)). To calculate Discharging current of dv/dt protection thyristor circuits, you need Input voltage (Vi), Resistance (R1) and Resistance (R2). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Input voltage, Resistance and Resistance 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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