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|Title:||OPERATION OF SINGLE PHASE INDUCTION GENERATOR|
|Authors:||Gune, R. C.|
|Keywords:||ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING;SINGLE PHASE INDUCTION GENERATOR;INDUCTION GENERATOR;POWER GENERATE|
|Abstract:||The present workaaa rises of the shy of a single pie inductl n m nine rm so a genera. for either at s ,ersynchronotte aped or as a self -excited one. The different cases that have been analysed involve either th operation m one of the winding (nam.3 main or azilia: ) or on both the windings • s vt t s ].y* The analysis has been carried out by asst ing different cases as particular case or wn' aiane-ac . operation of a balancd two phase machines The exp reasexpressionsfor the transient vt tages available at the terminals or the stator wing have been deduced from the fund metal flux 1nkage squat- ions in each case along with the time cantGnt orot voltage decay. The steady state characteristics of # machine,, vnploying various cflbinationg or main end auxiliary winding resulting thereby either a single phase or a two phase operation, ha been obtained. The transient voltage induced att the time eons tent for different operations ware determined ezperimentally to verify the refits deduced. It has been concluded that a single phase machine can be run successfully to generate power|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Jain, S. K.|
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' THESES (Electrical Engg)|
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