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# Iii connected the usb port of data acquisition and

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iii. Connected the USB port of Data Acquisition and Control Interface to USB ports of the computer and turned on the 24V AC power supply for Data Acquisition and Control Interface unit. iv. Turned on the computer and started the data acquisition software LVDAC_EMS and selected the 240V and 50Hz as operating voltage and frequency. v. Set the main switch of the Four-Quadrant to the 0ff position, then connect the power input to an ac power outlet. IV. PROCEDURE: i. Connected the circuit as shown in the Figure11, to plot the torque Vs current curve of the wind turbine generator. Figure 11. TorqueVs current characteristics ii. Made the wind turbine generator to rotate at 1500r/min by making the setting in the four-quadrant dynamometer Rotation speed: 1498rpm Torque at the shaft: -0.016Nm 22

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iii. Recorded the speed, torque, current and voltage for different load, which was achieved by varying the resistor and it was tabulated in Table7. Table7. Measuring the generator parameters for different load Load (Ω) Speed (rpm) Torque (Nm) Current (A) Voltage (V) 1498 -0.016 0.008 77.01 1200 1498 -0.1 0.009 75.99 2400 1498 -0.141 0.011 75.62 3600 1499 -0.049 0.008 76.46 4800 1499 -0.024 0.008 76.74 6000 1498 -0.113 0.009 75.68 7200 1499 -0.068 0.008 76.28 8400 1498 -0.158 0.012 75.15 iv. Plotted the torque Vs current graph from the Table7. 0.010.010.010.010.010.010.010.010.010.010.01 -0.18 -0.16 -0.14 -0.12 -0.1 -0.08 -0.06 -0.04 -0.02 0 Torque Vs current Current Torque Graph 9. Torque Vs current v. Remove all the connected leads and cables. V. CONCLUSION: From this experiment, it was observed that torque will have positive polarity, when it causes the object to rotate and negative polarity, when it opposes the rotation of an object. When the battery is connected to the 23
generator, the rotor rotates slightly, which is due to the electromagnetic induction. The magnetic field is produced in the windings, when the current flows through it. When the polarity of the battery changed, the rotor moved to the new position, which is because of the polarity of the magnetic fields always oppose the rotation of the generator. Manually tried to rotate the generator, it was observed that certain force is required to turn the rotor. This force must be greater than to overcome the force opposing the rotation of the generator. When the battery is removed from the winding, it was easier to turn the rotor, which means low force is required. Due to magnetic field, strong force is required to turn the rotor, when it is removed, it was easier to rotate. 6. POWER Vs WIND CHARACTERISTICS OF A WIND TURBINE GENERATOR I. AIM: To observe the effect of wind power varies with wind speed and familiar with torque Vs speed curve and mechanical power Vs speed curve. II. EQUIPMENTS REQUIRED: In the EMS workstation, these modules were used, S.No . Equipments Quantity 1. Wind Turbine Generator 1 2. Timing Belt 1 3. Four-Quadrant Dynamometer 1 4. Connecting leads As required for connection III. EXPERIMENTAL SETUP: 24

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i. Installed all the required modules in the EMS workstation.
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