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Unformatted text preview: ece643exam #1 — au/O9 1. (20 points total) Determine the inductance at
the coil as a function at g1. Assume that the
ermeabilit of the core material including the
movable plunger isl inﬁnite.) The plunger is
constrained to move only in the vertical direction, thus the gaps identiﬁed as g2 are ﬁxed [0.2 cm]
whereas the gap g1 is a variable. Assume the cross sectional area of all parts of the core and plunger is the same — Acore = 4 cm2. N = 250 turns. a Movable
‘plunger it,
i x W;
‘R L: V ~21 3;» t l N.
{pr !%‘b yr , } 9' A!” M Page 2 of 7 ece643exam #1 — au/O9 2. (20 points total) Misc. short answer questions: a. (4 points) What isithe permeability of an ideal magnetic structure: WI (yr —1 or 0 [zero] or 1 b. (4 points) For a salient gole synchronous machine, what is the relationshig between Xg and
Kg? // I
Xq > Xd or Xq = Xd or x .r’ c. (4 points) For a c lindrical rotor s nchronous machine, what is the relationship between Xg and XQ? r" /\ d. (8 points) Compare the BH curve for a permanent magnet [i.e., Bpm, Hpm] with that of ferro magnetic material [i.e., Bferm, erm] typically used for transformer core. 1. B, [remanent ﬂux density], i.e., the value of B when H = 0: Br .pm > Br_ferro or or Br _pm < Br_ferro 2. Hc [coercivity], i.e., the value of H when B = 0: ch_pm < chjerrol Page 3 of7 ece643exam #1 — au/O9 3. (20 points) Consider a 3(3) salient pole synchrous machine. For the following machine information, [1nd the angle at Iq. Note: all values given are in actual volts, amps, ohms, etc. —
not per unit. Ratings: 22,kV, 60 Hz, 600 MVA ' am“; e mm} 4A" M
— _ I 0
Parameters. Xd — 1.1 ohms, Xq — 0.8 ohms 003 Ch); as .7314 I. 0
j»? “‘15” Zip?“ A Operating at: rated voltage; 12,590 amx _s at 0.9 power‘factoxilead
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bi! (5 point Assuming the machine
' at M21. 0 er mg at steady state, angles 00 will the instahtaneous
value of ' ' = itl ‘ .
. . rotor winding ‘/ a T V ‘ a .4: V,
l I f L , ﬂw't ,/ I W ‘~ m
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M J 15“”‘4‘ Page 5 of 7 ece643exam #1 — au/09 4,: L. "V 5. (20 points) Consider the inductance given below. Assuming a currenWhat is the
resulting W to the magnetic ﬁeld evaluated at x = ofAlsc“as‘sume'a’lihear system? L(x) = ax2+ bx +c L/ L
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G? “ﬁrm—"awﬂm .‘e 643 examl answers auZOQ 1. Note that because of the coil location, the two L _ gazmg1+ 2g2 5R _ g1 mgz : g2 N2 9?
#0 * Acore g1 in #0 * Acore g2 gaps are in parallel. *A
L=N2*ﬁ9——%2re p0=4*7r*10”7 N=250 Acore=4*10‘4
Za “ideal magnetic structure: 0° g1+ 2 b. Xq < Xd for salient pole machine
1* g2 =0.2*10—2 L:
i c. Xq = Xd for cylindrical rotor machine 2502*4*7r*10—7*4*10—4
o.2*10‘2
2 g1+ d.1. B,_pm about the same as Brferro l 2' chwpm I > I Hc ferro I
3. Ea; = va + la*jXq va = 22*103 / v3 Ia = 12,500 @ +cos1(o.9) Eaf' = 12,272 @ +47.17O angle of lq = angle of Eaf’ = 47.170 f
Magnetic axis 0 rotor field
4. from Faraday’s law, e(t) = N [d¢(t)/dt], thus when ‘
(Mt) at a max, e(t) = 0 and when (Mt) at 0 then (l)(t) is 7%
either a positive or negative maximum. [a] vijIiIZ \
Therefore, eaa’(t) = 0 when 60 = nrt for n = 0,1, 2, [b] And eaa’(t) is a maximum (either pos or neg) at
mt/Z for n = 1, 3, 5, [c] Positive magnetic axis of . g I _ V
stator phases perpendicular to plane of coil —their ', orientation is NOT affected by the rotor for a ' ' ' ' '
cylindrical rotor machine. Iaa, = O at the instant of
time indicated, whereas ice, = —ibb,. (bbb, is directed at
+1200 and since ICC, is negative, (Dec, at + 600, thus the resultant at +900. p Magnetic axis
of ¢a ‘ Plane of coil of
rotor winding 1 aiWﬁdoxn ‘
2 fﬂd: a Wﬁdz *L(x)*12 L(x)=a*x2+b*x+c
x l
fﬂd<10>X0)=E*(2*a*X0+b)*15 C ece643exam #1 — au/08 m “magi
/C.LL S“ ﬂ Voltage Regulation is a measure of “quality” of the mode of operation for various power —sY'Stem devices such as transformers and generators. What is the ideal value of voltage
regulation? [Circle correct answe 1 or or +1 or 00 ~ b. Considering a synchroggmotoﬁl is it more likely to become overheated when it is operating at
which 0 ‘ o the following power factors? [A phasor diagram may be useful] 1. (20 points total) Misc. questions [each question of equal value]. or unity (1) or / 'Qding \ ,g/‘ﬂ’w
+ua _ ‘ Magnetic axis
ctr/Assume the rotor is rotating at a constant smed. in ‘ of rotor 601490 Magnetic axis
' of phase a fad/The energy stored in a magentic ﬁeld of a linear system is given by the following expression;
what is the resulting force? Wad = K] + KZ/X where Kl & K2 are constants and x represents a variable airgap spacing l : Awful. (:4 (Jx ‘ .— KZ x"’ = Page 2 of6 ece643exam #1 — au/08 2; (20 points) Refer to the ferromagnetic system
shown here; consider the permeabiligg to be inﬁnite. All
parts have the same crosssectional area (Awe); assume
the crosssection to forma square. An N tum coil
surrounds the movable part and the movable part is free to move up and down without any change in the gaps
identiﬁed §§ g1. stationary part i ....... Li? movable What is the inductance at the Nturn coil? L Page 3 of6 ece643exam #1  au/08 C (20 points total) Consider a salient pole BQ , 60Hz, 2pole, sygchrous machine with the following inductances: ., _ . .  _ :5 ..
it“); 18...,— 5.l+1.1*cos(28mc)rmlhhennes ~ Vall L : \WJL_%3 a Leakage inductance of stator winding = 0.3 millihenries A4 = 6.6*cos(6me) milli'hendes M” “H E A
V L“: L14; [ékw‘vn/D') Determine the (allowing: {9/ o (6p0ints)Xd=: X Lu“ : Lwligdifgﬁt H '2 a; a:  X“ W “l m M = K Le) {X H
ﬂ: (6 PointS)Xq= , V <3 C I ‘m 0X (8 point rot?» current for a particular operating condition where E.f= 4000 @ 4513
volts. ,» L' y 2,2,03 A g. . {5.5 LLVWﬁ Page 4 of 6 ece643exam #1  arr/08 _4_. (20 points) Consider a salient pole 34> synchronous machine with the following direct and
quadratureaxis reactances: X, = 1.4 per unit Xq = 0.85 per unit Assume the machine is operating as a generator with rated terminal voltage and rated terminal
current calculate Id and Iq [magnitudes and angles] when the generator is operating at 0.9 ggwer
factor lead. [An appropriate phasor diagram could be beneﬁcial for partial credit
considerationsl] A v0 \Cad 1:13;” :QE‘Z‘ Va: ‘6‘) L PageSof6
15/ ,1 A II; I 1.; 3 _ l \ 3’ 7’ ece643exam #1 — au/08 C (20 points total) Misc. questions. [Each question of equal value] Referring to the three different “machines” shown below, consider each device as being initially
at rest in the position shown; then the indicated source as applied, what is direction of rotation
for each of the circumstances given? Note that the stationary part and the movable part of each device are made of ferromagnetic material. Machine (a): with the rotor coil not energized, what the direction of rotation with a dc
stator current in the direction indicated? "i * 7r" » ' Clo kWis A or ! no—motion _, or \ ! WM.” Machine (a): with the rotor coil not energized, what is the direction of rotation with a dc
stator current in the direction 0 osite to that indicated? r N_ ./ '
Clockwise or nitmotion. or counte Machine (b): ne lectin the effect of the ermanent ma et, what is the direction of
 n   th a dc current in the dire tion indicated? c or downward
.5 ﬂ Machinejbzzl considering the effect of both the permanent magnet and the coil, is there a
possibility that a current could be found where there is no motion? Brieﬂy explain E LaiﬁtUJL (fa :g)‘ l‘x [It .Vl r Jrrct‘? 4311;.[1‘ / Machine to): there is no coil on the rotor; what is the direction of rotation with an ac, 60 Hz, i'o'e‘c'o'o'o \ 9o‘o'o‘o‘o’c
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mass M NOTE: Rotor is elliptical (c)
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