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SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR

  • Course level: All Levels

Description

  1. In Synchronous Generator (SG), a DC current is applied to rotor winding (produce rotor magnetic field).

  2. The rotor is turned by a prime mover producing a rotating magnetic field.

  3. The rotating magnetic field produces three-phase sets of voltages within the stator.

This lecture is about an (SG). The following subjects are treated;

  1. SG under load
  2. Synchronization
  3. SG on an infinite bus
  4. Effect of varying the mechanical torque
  5. Physical interpretation
  6. Active power
  7. Transient reactance
  8. Power transfer

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What Will I Learn?

  • LEARN SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR FANDEMANTAL

Topics for this course

42 Lessons

SYNCHRONOUS GENERATOR

#1 Introduction to Alternators/Synchronous Generator – Part 100:00:00
#2 Introduction to Synchronous generator – Part II00:00:00
#3 Internal generated voltage of AC generator00:00:00
#4 Equivalent circuit of Synchronous generator – Part I00:00:00
#5 Equivalent circuit of Synchronous generator – Part II00:00:00
#6 Equivalent circuit of Synchronous generator – Part III ( Drawing the equivalent circuit )00:00:00
#7 Phasor Diagram of Synchronous Generator00:00:00
#8 Power Flow and Power Output of Synchronous generator00:00:00
#9 Induced Torque in Synchronous Generator00:00:00
#10 Determining Equivalent Circuit parameters – Synchronous Gen ( Linear Method )00:00:00
#11 Unsaturated Synchronous reactance – Numerical00:00:00
#12 Synchronous Generator – Operating alone00:00:00
#13 Numerical on Synchronous Generator – Part I00:00:00
#14 Numerical on Synchronous Generator – Part II00:00:00
#15 Numerical on Synchronous Generator – Part III00:00:00
#16 Numerical on Synchronous Generator – Part IV00:00:00
#17 Parallel operation of Alternators – Part I ( Advantages )00:00:00
#18 Parallel operation of alternators – Part II Conditions required for Paralleling00:00:00
#19 Parallel operation of alternators – Part III Basic terms to understand Synchronizing Procedure00:00:00
#20 Parallel operation of alternators – Part IV “The Synchronizing procedure”00:00:00
#21 Frequency-Power and Voltage – Reactive power characteristics of Synchronous Generator00:00:00
#22 Numerical on Frequency vs Power chara ( Droop Curve ) of Synchronous Generator00:00:00
#23 Operation of Synchronous Gen with Infinite bus #1 – Effect of changing field current (easy)00:00:00
#24 Operation of Synchronous Gen with Infinite bus #2- Effect of changing mechanical torque (easy)00:00:00
#25 Operation of Synchronous Gen with Infinite bus- Introduction to House Diagram00:00:00
#26 Operation of Synchronous Gen with Infinite bus-Effect of changing mechanical torque00:00:00
#27 Operation of Synchronous Gen with Infinite bus-Effect of changing Excitation ( Phasor )00:00:00
#28 Parallel operation of Alternator of same Size – Changing governor setting00:00:00
#29 Parallel operation of Alternator of same Size – Changing Excitation00:00:00
#30 Parallel operation of Alternator of same Size – Numerical00:00:00
#31 Parallel operation of Alternator – Adjusting operating points keeping frequency constant00:00:00
#32 Synchronous Generators – Transients – Basic Idea00:00:00
#33 Synchronous Generators – Transient Stability00:00:00
#34 Synchronous Generators – Short circuit transients00:00:00
#35 Synchronous Generators – Numerical on Short circuit transients00:00:00
#36 Synchronous Generators – Rating (Part 1 – Voltage, frequency and Speed )00:00:00
#37 Synchronous Generators – Rating (Part 2 – Apparent Power rating )00:00:00
#38 Synchronous Generators – Rating (Part 3- Rated Power Factor)00:00:00
#39 Synchronous Generators – Generator Capability Curves Part I00:00:00
#40 Synchronous Generators – Generator Capability Curves Part II00:00:00
#41 Synchronous Generators – Generator Capability Curves ( Numerical )00:00:00
#42 Synchronous Generators – Short Time operation and Service Factor00:00:00
Synchronous Generator
Free

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Non