Category: ROTATING MACHINES

Characteristics of Mechanical Loading

Characteristics of Mechanical Loading: The Characteristics of Mechanical Loading are the two components of an electro-mechanical energy-conversion system, and the machine characteristics, generally, play a predominant part in the operating behavior of the complete system. In choosing an electric motor its speed-torque characteristic is needed to be known to a fair degree of accuracy and […]

Rating and Loss Dissipation

Rating and Loss Dissipation: The Rating and Loss Dissipation of a synchronous generator is its operating voltage, frequency, speed and kVA/MVA output at a specified power factor. In case of motors the output rating is given in kW (older practice was to specify the rated output in horse-power (1 hp = 746 W)). The dc […]

Rotating Electrical Machines Losses and Efficiency

Rotating Electrical Machines Losses and Efficiency Classification: Rotating Machines Losses Classification – The Losses and Efficiency of a transformer have been studied in earlier lesson. As in the case of transformers, it is more accurate to determine the Rotating Electrical Machines Losses and Efficiency rather than by the direct load test in which the input […]

Magnetic Flux Leakage in Rotating Machines

Magnetic Flux Leakage in Rotating Machines: The Magnetic Flux Leakage in rotating machines is that flux which links only the stator or only the rotor windings. Because of the presence of air-gap in the magnetic circuit of machines, the leakage in these is quite significant and cannot be neglected in analysis as could be done […]

Principle of Induction Machine

Principle of Induction Machine: Principle of Induction Machine has not been introduced so far. Consider a cylindrical rotor machine with both the stator and rotor wound for three phases and identical number of poles as shown in Fig. 5.40. Assume initially the rotor winding to be open-circuited and let the stator be connected to an […]

Synchronous Machine Torque Equation

Synchronous Machine Torque Equation: Figure 5.36 shows a Synchronous Machine Torque Equation with a round rotor. The rotor is initially stationary with fixed north-south poles created by dc excitation. Let the 3-phase winding of the stator be connected to a 3-phase supply of fixed voltage V (line) and fixed frequency f (this is known as […]