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A single phase full-wave half-controlled bridge converter feeds an inductive load. The two SCRs in the converter are connected to a common DC bus. The converter has to have a freewheeling diode. 

(A) because the converter inherently does not provide for free-wheeling (B) because the converter does not provide for free-wheeling for high values of triggering angles (C) or else the free-wheeling action of the converter will cause shorting of the AC supply (D) or else if a gate pulse to one of the SCRs is missed, it will subsequently cause a high load current in the other SCR.

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A single phase full-wave half-controlled bridge converter feeds an inductive load. The two SCRs in the converter are connected to a common DC bus. The converter has to have a freewheeling diode. because the converter does not provide for free-wheeling for high values of triggering angles

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