Question

For a single phase square wave inverter of 300V input supply voltage 60Hz, calculate the 6th, harmonic that will be generated at the output of the inverter

Answer #1

From the equation of the output voltage only the odd harmonics are present the even harmonics are eliminated.

Hence the 6th harmonic value will be equal to zero.

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