# For speed control of ac drive, the preferred method using thyristors is

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For speed control of ac drive, the preferred method using thyristors is

A) Phase control B) Integral cycle control C) Single pulse PWM control D) Sinusoidal PWM control

For speed control of ac drive, the preferred method using thyristors is Sinusoidal PWM control

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