[req]Fourier series of sin(wt) in period of [(Pi/2)-(Pi/q)..

Discussion in 'Math' started by imhere, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. imhere

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    Apr 11, 2013
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    Hi friends
    i want to prove this(in case of polyphase rectifier)[​IMG]
    in period of [(Pi/2)-(Pi/q) _ (Pi/2)-(Pi/q)]
    what i have tried
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    but i did not get the desired result
    please help to prove it
     
  2. ProfMimi

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    Apr 19, 2013
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    Before proving it, did you check that it is possibly true? For example, what if you set w=1 and t=0 on the left, in which case the left-hand-side is zero, do you also get zero on the right-hand-side?
     
  3. Walks-In-Storms

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    Aug 12, 2013
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    I just the other day became a member, and came to this thread because I'm trying to do a similar analysis by Fourier Transform. Did you ever reach a conclusion concerning your proof? I'll endeavor to copy your calculation in order to study it and try various things with it (I just can't concentrate when reading from a computer screen). Meanwhile, I'm hoping someone else comments - or starts a new discussion so related. I'll, of course, search the rest of this Math segment, too.
     
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