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The torque exerted is F moves of the force. However, the behavior is comparable, which enables us to make a rough estimate. What happens if a. The speed is increased by 20 percent? Using this arbitrary weight as a base. After inin other where changes direction. For exam- generator sult.

We begin our explanation of the rules regarding voltages. The the current changes direction. In so doing. The magnitude 2. Solution In writing the loop equation. See Example 2. We wish to determine the I equal to is the currents that it.

If they are ac. The question of. This rents that leave Example shows two sources connected in series. It is a remarkable fact that no matter what directions are assumed. I2 node 3 and moving ccw: Is question is across an impedance direction as the current flow voltage IZ or — IZ? KCL node at 3: E2] the direction resistive R. I2 are Z2 mov-. The current can be ac impedance can be. Voltage is preceded by a negative sign because ing against current Loop Calculate a.

The more time-consuming. B gener- 2. The value of the current b. The following example illustrates the application of this rule. T2 T1 in the figure. To solve to flow this problem. We then write the following equations. The polarity happens Ec 5 we assumed have been the correct one. The current flowing in each element The voltage Ex across the 72 ohm capacitive reactance.

Solution a.. This yields the following equation: Example The circuit of Fig. In other words. Moving cw around - E- 40 Figure 2. Transposing terms. We given the polarity marks of that as in circuits using double- voltage move is preceded by a negative sign whenever The following example across the open terminals. Solution First. As a result. Solution the 'Voltmeter" and capacitor together form a closed loop for which we can To meet write ing a circuit equation.

See Problems to gap having a length of 8 c. A coil having turns links a flux of 3 mWb. N pole act in the direction as the direction of rotation? Referring to Figure 2. Calculate the induced air mmf required. Terminals and Terminals and Referring to Figure 2. Draw the force on the moving N pole.

Calculate the determine the voltage following terminals are connected together. Conductor AB in Figure 2. Terminals and c. Calculate the force on the conductor.

We in and polarity across the open terminals b. Calculate A sinusoidal voltage of V is applied to a resistor of 10 O. Calculate the peak value of current. The magnet See Problem T mm. Magnetomotive force b. Go cw around the loops. Appl icatio n In Fig. Referring to Fig. Go the loops. Draw the function of c. The most conductors. The top- ics are not immediately essential to an understanding of the chapters which follow.

The magnitude of the force of gravity depends upon the mass of a body. There are other kinds of forces. Chapter 3 Fundamentals of Mechanics and Heat 3. For this reason. All these forces are ex- windings can safely And we could mention many more cases where comprehensive approach familiar force For example. The torque exerted is F moves of the force. N would given by between the axis of rotation and the point of application required. Using though the numbers are nearly the same.

If the pulley around Example 3. The work Fd 3. Calculate the horsepower. It consists of a stationary flat belt that presses against a pulley mounted on the motor shaft.

The One horsepower units. The tension equal to the force of grav- that is being motor in Example electric of a to of a dray horse. The ends of the belt are connected to two spring scales. An Power W. As the motor turns. Knowing a stove.

These losses appear in the form of heat. Figure 3. Calculate the losses in the machine. The netic energy of rotation on page If it carries 40 passengers having a total mass of kg. The bus will finally come losses are Example these Electric motors transform electrical energy into mechanical energy much more when the bus Solution pending on the size of the motor.

Total kW percent when mass of it motor has an efficiency of 92 operates at full-load. To realize efficiencies are. What happens to this energy in the form receives.

Calculate the moment of inertia of the flywheel. The at Solution moment a. Referring to Table 3 A. Example A flywheel having the shape given in Fig. Calculate Its b. The ring and hub respectively have a mass of 80 kg and 20 kg.

J of the body. If body has a complex shape. The speed increases progressively with time but as soon 9. In such how simple equation relates these factors: Suppose we want is TM developed by the can be varied by in- the torque acts clockwise. To do so. In conclusion. With the load now running clockwise suppose we reduce TM so that it is at a speed TL less than. We can therefore state the following general rule: When the torque developed by a motor acts in same direction as the speed.

Power flow 3. In the effect. On the other hand. If long lasts become zero and control the motor torque so that the reverse speed reaches a value n 2.

The reader should ponder moments over this statement. The rate of change depends upon the inerof the rotating parts. In this state of dynamic equilibrium. The speed of a mechanical load remains constant when the torque TM developed by the motor is equal and opposite to the torque T L exerted by the load.

At first. For all other conditions. Let the required motor torque be exceeds the load torque.

TL At 9. Calculate the If kept under a constant 9. T AtIJ 9. It is therefore develop a constant Nm during the acceleration period. We in have given by the Eq. How are these quan- a motion converter is used? Consider a jack driven by a motor that rotates T Fig. Heat is ' energy? Straight-line motion involves a linear speed v and a force while rotary motion involves a rota- speed n and a torque tional tities F.

At This limit to a fall be- called absolute is temperature of 0 kelvin absolute zero all and the only motion Figure 3. If we remove heat from a body. For a given amount of heat. Whenever there are no losses in the motion con- we have the SI unit p. These rotating machine. The same amount of heat supplied of copper raises we add kg of water.

The kelvin and the degree Celsius are the SI units of temperature.

The rate of heat transfer depends upon the thermal conductivity of the material. In the sections that follow. The Natural convection also takes place body is immersed contact with the currents in a liquid.

According to Table of mica ducted is. As the bar. The Example If mm. The convection process can be accelerated by employing a fan to create a rapid circulation In the case of forced convection. The heat dissipated by the body is. Sol ui ion AX1. P — heat loss by forced convection [W] — volume of cooling air m Vs] V.

This radiant heat energy possesses the Table 3B which depends upon the na- body surface gives the values of k for surfaces monly encountered in electrical equipment. The en- Solution ature and meet a solid body. The its much energy is hotter than is tinually lose heat in therefore. The are amount of energy given off depends upon the tem- perature of the body.

A the and living things on the surface of the cal objects enclosed motor has an external surface totally warmth produced by through the empty space between the sun and the earth. If Solution The passes readily it ergy from the objects that surround them.

When operates it at full-load. Solar the sun's rays A in the sun's rays. Scientists convection. Calculate the heat loss by natural as energy light. What value of motor torque the speed constant?

If this situation persists for some time. A large flywheel has a it hp] J lb-fr. Calculate the power watts in horsepower. A crane lifts ft in and in 15 a mass of lb to a height of s. Calculate the torque The motor is N power he exerts. Calculate watts and in horse- in power. Calculate the heat mechanical power mechanical energy metallic and the corresponding SI for the following quantities: X 3.

Will the speed increase or decrease? Problem The energy c. The motor power [W] d. If this situation persists for some 1 negligible. The torque developed by b. The winch has a radius of 20 cm. The motor in Fig. A blower inside the panel keeps the inside temperature at a uniform level throughout. The panel run hotter or cooler? Will this affect metallic black.

If so. Approximately heat is given the point of is off. In this Generating an ac voltage Irrelevant as built same way. These rectifiers the followed by a study of the behavior of the current flow.

The slip rings are connected to an external load by means of two no-load. The applied to a dc motor. Owing similar construction.

Mechanical torque. The coil is connected to two slip rings mounted on the shaft. S poles of a permanent magnet. The that the voltage generated in any dc gen- inherently alternating and only becomes dc is has been rectified by the commutator.

Because the coil one turn per second. The induced voltage 20 V. Figure 4. S poles. Voltage induced is D. We can obtain this result by using a commutator Fig. V Brush x would always be positive and brush y negative.

The commutator revolves with age between the segments tionary brushes x and One segment A and the other to coil-end is the coil and the volt- picked up by two The voltage between brushes nating voltage in the coil Figure 4. The voltage can one therefore be represented as a function of the angle of about to change.

The coils The percent ripple is the ratio of the RMS value of the ac component of voltage to the dc component. Depending upon how they are connected to slip. Hows in The machine represented in Fig. C Figure 4. The elementary dc generator produces a pulsating dc the cylinder constitute the voltage. By increasing the number of coils and segments. The four coils are placed in four slots. But we must remember coil sides a h a 2. See Fig. A same slots as coil induced in coil A is.

That is at its is maximum also the voltage across the brushes at this particular instant. Each coil has two coil sides. The armature has 4 slots. The actual construction of this armature is shown in Fig. A are now sweeping past pole tip and a 2 of coil Fig.

For reasons of symmetry. On the other hand.. The sides a. Note also the actual position and schematic position of the brushes with respect to the poles. The 1. The sides of coil C are experiencing the flux because they are in the A. The four coils the figure are identical to the coil At the instant shown.

The polarities of e a however. The same reasoning leads us and? The armature winding we have just discussed called a lap winding. This means at all times. The voltage induced coils lodged in slots 1 and 7 is. A C while coil coils. Taking polarities into account. Note that the in 4. If the 4.

Each Wb. When the generator operates at no-load. Large currents will flow in the short-circuited coils and brushes. No voltage is in- is directly proportional to the flux per pole and to the speed of rotation. Note 4. They The brushes are neutral position when they are pocommutator so as to short-circuit duced coil B.

This voltage remains essentially con- stant as the armature rotates. The intensity of the armature flux depends upon its mmf. The resulting mechanical which rotation If rection of current flow and the direction of flux.

That is the energy conversion process takes place. This distortion in magnetois at right field as shown it in Fig. Because the conductors V. To keep the generator going. Consider for example.

If consider the armature alone. The electromagnetic torque due to Fmust be balanced by the applied me- due arma- both motors and generators. The effect produced by the armature load that in the and weakens the flux coming from the poles. If could look inside the machine. The second problem created by mmf N. We can in the immediately foresee a problem which the armature flux will produce. As soon However. This occurs in important to note that the orientation of the with the armature.

This causes a cor- at in the does not duce the sparking. As will The occur. We as the brushes are improves. Due ator of rotation of the dc generators. This pro- means are used to. S poles less than may be 1 as. For motors. O - Figure 4. By way. When generator supplied by an independent source is the dc field current in such a such as a storage battery or another generator. Now that we have learned some basic facts about we can study the various types and dc generators.

The N. Commutating poles 4. S field poles are created by the current flowing field windings. The distorted flux distribution under the main poles. This flux in the neutral zone. Commutating poles are sometimes called mierpoles. If the armature is or a diesel engine. The machine to is re- shown now said be saturated. How is generator self-excitation achieved? A shunt-excited generator shunt-field winding is is connected a machine whose in parallel with the armature terminals. Saturation of the iron begins to be important when we reach the so-called "knee" ab of the saturation curve.

By vary the in- duced voltage as we please. When the flux the exciting current relatively small. The as a function of 7 X the relationship between the two. A to raise the exciting and the armature begins large increase in the quired to produce a small increase mmf is now in flux. Field flux vs exciting current. Induced voltage vs speed. Very little mmf is needed un- is to establish the flux through the iron. Because the permeability of air 3 A almost entirely is constant.

Ea by plotting If we of the induced voltage also reverses. This curve whether or not the venerator obtained turning. If we drive the generator at constant speed. For a given exciting current. That is the maximum voltage the shunt generator can produce. If toward extremity m. V when 20 movable contact the we move the conresistance R between the center of the rheostat.

This line intersects the saturation curve where the voltage is V Fig. This increases the flux and. By changing 4. See next section. Schematic diagram field is of one designed a shunt generator. The increased flux increases which increases more. Ea still will fall. When unsaturated in its this resistance is attained. The graph of terminal voltage Figure 4. F 2 are the field now winding terminals.

The is in series latter is the with interpoles..

Its value depends mainly upon the voltage of the generator. Using study the more common we this circuit. Terminals l. Schematic diagram. A The 4. A compound generator Fig. These current varia- b. If practically constant from no-load it respectively. Figure When In practice. For a self-excited generator. These series field coils are composed of a few turns of heavy wire. The current mmf no-load value. Compound response to the varying loads. Compound its raises the value of original Ea. As the generator off more sharply with increasing load than that of a separately excited generator.

Compound generators eliminate this problem. The voltage of an over-compound generator increases by 1 value of the diverter resistance is if the equal to that of the series field. Such chines are called over-compound generators. We now look at the Load current mechanical construction of these machines. In the some cases we have to compensate not only for armature voltage drop.

Differential were formerly used in below its the is 30 percent lower. This reduces The load characteristics of some shunt and compound generators are given in Fig.

The less than designation refers to the class of insulation machine. The voltage regulation of the differential compound generator in Fig. For exam- generator sult. The coils armature are insulated from the pole pieces to prevent short- circuits. The shunt composed of coils are field several hundred turns of wire carrying a relatively small current. The frame is usually stacked iron laminations. It and the air gap. The air gap between the armature and the pole ranges from about 1 erator rating increases from 1 Because the armature and.

Field mounted on the poles. It produces the magnetic flux is composed of side in the ma- basically a stationary electromagnet a set of salient poles bolted to the in- of a circular frame Figs. In solid cast our discussions so far 2-pole generators.

Great care Figure 4. The armature conductors carry the load current They are insulated from the iron core by several layers of paper or mica and delivered by the generator. The a result. USA is taken in building the commutator because any eccentricity will cause the brushes bounce. This publication is protected by Copyright and permission should be obtained from the publisher prior to any prohibited reproduction, storage in a retrieval system, or transmission in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or likewise.

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