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In a 500/250 V d. 3-wire system, there is a current of 1200 A on the +ve side and 1000 A on the ve side and a motor load of 200 kW across the outers....

In a 500/250 V d.c. 3-wire system, there is a current of 1200 A on the +ve side
and 1000 A on the −ve side and a motor load of 200 kW across the outers. The loss in each balancer
machine is 5 kW. Calculate :
(i) current of the main generator
(ii) load on each balancer machine

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The connections are shown in Fig. 13.63. As the positive side is more heavily loaded, therefore, machine A acts as a... View the full answer

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In a 500/250 V d.c. 3-wire system, there is a current of 1200 A on the +ve side
and 1000 A on the −ve side and a motor load of 200 kW across the outers. The loss in each balancer
machine is 5 kW....

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