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DISCHARGE CIRCUITS AND LOADS
FIGURE 17: INVERSE VOLTAGE REMOVAL DURING LOAD FAULTS
DT C 03 prN- CLIPPER
a -b~.d..d -
diode" conducts during fault-induced voltage reversal
PFN voltage to zero before resonant recharging begins.
all voltage, VN-1, is removed in the first reversal
NOTE: Even for ZL = ZN, for LS * 0 there is some current flow in LS, thus
at end of pulse'
:. may need
VN- v _ LPFN
D2 even if ZL = ZN
VL - Sdt
VL p T LSe
and o T - r
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