Voltage Multipliers are electric circuits to increase the voltage by a factor of two, three or four in case of Voltage Doubler, Tripler or Quarple respectively. The Voltage multiplier circuit uses capacitors and resistors to enhance the voltage level.
The Bridge type full wave rectifier can convert an AC to DC by the mean of four diodes in such configuration that the output peak voltage remains equal to secondary of transformer peak. In each half cycle, a set of two diodes conduct and block the current alternately.
RLC Series circuit contains a resistor, capacitor, and inductor in series combination across an alternating current source. The behavior of components can be explained by phasor diagrams, impedance and voltage triangles.
Phasor diagram in an AC circuit analysis is to represent the phase angle i.e. leading and lagging effect through vector representation. Phasor algebra, polar form, and complex number conversions are also explained.
Power Factor (PF) play an important role in average power dissipation in an ac circuit. PF leads to the concept of three different real, reactive and apparent power, which is better explained by Power triangle.