Analysis of magnetic amplifier with capacitive loading.
Kang, In Ku
Rothauge, Charles H.
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The operation of a magnetic amplifier with capacitive loading is analytically and experimentally examined. The difference equation is used for analytical work and several essential approximations are made. The steady state load current equation is derived as a function of control voltage, which is in fair agreement with the experimental results. The maximum applicable voltage with capacitive loading is discussed and its equations are derived. The transient behaviour is found very complex, which is observed qualitatively. Some peculiar phenomena are observed and their relations with circuit parameters are discussed. It is, however, felt that further investigation must be done to clarify some of the phenomena.
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