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VoGXYM-Lecture13 - Power Flow in a SM Generator Pout 3V I A cos Pout Reactive Qout power Note is the phase angle between armature voltage V and

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Unformatted text preview: Power Flow in a SM - Generator Pout 3V I A cos( ) Pout Reactive Qout power Note: is the phase angle between armature voltage V and armature current IA. It is NOT the angle between VT and IL! Qout 3 VT I L cos( ) 3V I A sin( ) 3 VT I L sin( ) Lecture 13 Fundamentals of Power Systems 1 Power Equation of the SM (neglected RA) By neglecting RA => Pout Pconv P torque angle P 3V E A sin( ) XS E A sin( ) XS 3V E A sin( ) Note: The torque angle is is different from the phase angle between armature voltage V and ! armature current IA, I.e. Fundamentals of Power Systems I A cos( ) m Lecture 13 Page 1 XS 2 Saturated and Unsaturated XS VT = EA for -con. VT = 3EA for Y-con. Unsaturated XS EA ( I F ) I A (I F ) Saturated Fundamentals of Power Systems Lecture 13 3 Examples 5-1, 5-2, 5-3 (book) Fundamentals of Power Systems Lecture 13 Page 2 4 HW 7 Problems 5-1, 5-2, 5-15 in book plus one additional problem, see posting on web-site! http://www.eng.fsu.edu/~steurer/eel3216.html Due 10-25-2005 4pm For consistency of book problem statement always consult web site! Fundamentals of Power Systems Lecture 13 Page 3 5 ...
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This note was uploaded on 02/01/2012 for the course EEL 3216 taught by Professor Brooks during the Spring '08 term at FSU.

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VoGXYM-Lecture13 - Power Flow in a SM Generator Pout 3V I A cos Pout Reactive Qout power Note is the phase angle between armature voltage V and

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