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high-voltage AC is changed to high-voltage DC between the secondary of the high-tension transformer and the x-ray tube
3 advantages of a 3-phase power supply shorter permitted exposures, higher beam quality, higher beam intensity
principle material of a solid state diode and what is significant about it? silicon that is doped with arsenic or gallium
in a 3 phase, if one of the rectifiers is damaged prior to an exposure, what is likely to occur? reduce amount of optical density due to a decreased radiation output
process in which AC is converted to DC rectification
how many diodes in a 3 phase 12 pulse? 12
how many diodes in full wave? half wave? 4, 2
a 3 phase, 6 pulse unit has an effective kV of about ______% of the peak kV 87%
small variation of the voltage waveform of 3 phase rectified current voltage ripple
how many dots should appear on a spin top test image for a single phase full wve rectiied unit: 250 milliseconds, 150 milliseconds, 16 milliseconds 30, 18, 2
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