Presentation on theme: "ELECTRICAL MACHINES An electrical machine is an electro-mechanical energy conversion device. The device which converts electrical energy to mechanical."

Presentation on theme: "ELECTRICAL MACHINES An electrical machine is an electro-mechanical energy conversion device. The device which converts electrical energy to mechanical."

Presentation on theme: "ELECTRICAL MACHINES An electrical machine is an electro-mechanical energy conversion device. The device which converts electrical energy to mechanical."— Presentation transcript:

 

1. ELECTRICAL MACHINESAn electrical machine is an electro-mechanical energy conversion device.The device which converts electrical energy to mechanical energy is called a motor.The device which converts mechanical energy to electrical energy is called a generator.

 

2. MOTOR Electrical energyinput Mechanical energy Output

3. GENERATOR Electrical energy Mechanical energy Output input

4.​ CLASSIFICATION OF ELECTRICAL MACHINES

Direct current machines Alternating current machinesDC generator DC motorTransformers Induction Synchronous Fractional KWmachines Machines

5. ​Principle of operation:

DC GENERATORPrinciple of operation:DC generator works on the principle of Faradays laws of electromagnetic induction.​ It states that "Whenever magnetic flux is cut by a moving conductor, an emf is induced in the conductor”.​ Direction of induced emf is given by Flemings Right Hand rule.​ Stretch out right hand thumb ,forefingerr , midd finger mutually perpendicular to each other.​ If the fore finger points in the direction of flux and thumb in the direction of motion of conductor, then the middle finger will point in the direction of induced emf.

 

6. Principle of workingConsider a single turn rectangular coil made of copper rotating about its own axis in a magnetic field provided by either permanent magnet or electromagnet. Consider a copper coil ABCD, rotating in a magnetic field as shown in slide.​ The two ends of the coil are joined to two copper rings called slip rings, brushes of carbon, press against slip rings for collecting current from the coil to external load resistance RL.Consider the position of the coil (as shown in fig) as reference, in this position the plane of the coil is right angles to the magnetic lines of flux.​ In this position rate of change of flux lis minimum and no emf induced in the coil. The position is taken as the reference position.​ Measure the angle of rotation or time from this position. As the coil rotates, the rate of change of flux and hence the induced emf increases, till at ᶱ = 90, when the coil plane is horizontal, the induce emf is maximum.

 

7.​ where e= induced emf in volts

In the next quarter, from ᶱ= 180 to 360, the variation of emf is similar to the first half.​ It is minimum when plane of coil is perpendicular to lines of flux and maximum when plane of coil is parallel to the lines of flux. ​However, in both cases coil sides cuts the lines of flux in opposite directions. Therefore emf in the coil is reversed.​ Induced emf e= BlVsin ᶱwhere e= induced emf in voltsB= magnetic field intensity = length of the conductorV= relative velocity b/w field and conductor in m/sᶱ = angle between plane of rotation and plane of flux.

 

8. ​SIMPLE LOOP GENERATORElementary Generator

9. 3 Simple d.c. generator similar to a.c. generator

different from a.c. generatorcommutatorEvery time the coil passes through the vertical, it reverses the coil's connections with outside circuit. I in the outside circuit always flow in 1 direction.

 

10.​ Parts of a practical generator

Magnetic frame or yokePole-cores and Pole shoesPole coils or field coilsArmature coreArmature windings or conductorsCommutatorBrushes and bearings

 

11. ​A four-pole DC generator

yoke

12.​ Components of a dc generator.

13.​ Yoke or outer frame Outermost cylindrical part of the machine.

​FUNCTIONS: Acts as the supporting frame for the machine..​ Carry the magnetic flux produced by the poles.​ To provide mechanical support to the poles.​ Made of cast iron (small machines) or cast steel (large m/c)

 

14.​ Poles Pole consists of pole core and pole shoe.

Field coil is wound on the pole core.Poles are made of cast steel and forged steel.Pole is securely bolted to the yoke.FUNCTIONS:Pole core carries a field winding which is necessary to produce magnetic flux.​ It directs the flux through the armature core.

 

15. Pole shoe Functions of pole shoes It supports the field coil.

​Naturally, pole shoe is a projection over pole core and is always in connection with pole body and fills the gap between the yoke and the pole body.​ Functions of pole shoesIt supports the field coil.​ It spreads out the magnetic flux in the air gap.​ It reduces the reluctance of the magnetic path.​ A combination of pole body and pole shoe is termed a field magnet. This behaves as a field magnet when direct current is passed through the field coil.

 

16.​ Field or Pole coils The fields coils are wound on pole cores.

The field or pole coils, made from enameled copper wire or strip.​ FUNCTION: Function of this coil is to produce the necessary flux, when current is passed through it. Since it produces the flux, it is also called exciting winding. The field coils are so connected that they form alternate N and S poles.

 

17.​ ArmaturePart of DC machine where an emf is induced as it rotates relative to the main field.​ Consists of toothed core, a winding and a commutator mounted on armature shaft.

 

18.​ Armature CoreArmature core is cylindrical in shape and is mounted on the shaft. It consists of slots on its periphery to house the conductors.​ Made of cast iron or cast steel.​ FUNCTIONS: To house the armature conductors.​ To provide a path of low reluctance to the field from the N-pole to S-pole, through the armature.

 

19.​ Armature windingsA number of conductors, housed on the armature core, are interconnected in a manner to add up the induced emf produced in the conductors. The interconnected conductors constitute armature windingFUNCTIONS: generation of emf.​ Carry the armature current supplied to the load in case of generators and carry the current supplied in case of dc motors.​ 2 types of winding are there: lap and wave.

 

20.​ Lap winding In this connection, the winding overlap.

The conductors are connected in series parallel combination to increase the voltage and current rating. Series connection increase vtg rating and parallel increases the current rating.​ Armature coils are connected in series through commutator segments in such a way that armature winding is divided into as many paths as the number of poles of the machine.​

 

21.Cont..​ In lap winding the total number of parallel paths = no of poles’p’. Hence lap winding is preferred for machines with high current rating.

22. ​ Wave winding In this connection, the winding does not overlap.

Armature coils are connected in series through commutator segments in such a way that the armature winding is divided into two parallel paths irrespective of the number poles of the machine.​ This type of winding is preferred for low current high voltage generators.

 

23.​ ARMATURE WINDINGS (Cont)

24. ​ Lap winding Wave winding

1) Number of parallel paths A=) A=2No of poles, P2) No of brushes = p) no of brushes = 23) Preferred for high current –low ) preferred for low current highvtgVoltage generators Generators.4) Used when current is greater than 4) used when current is less500 A than 500 A

 

25. ​ CommutatorCommutator is a most important and vital part in a D.C generator without which the generator fails to work.​ Rectification of current is the main function of the Commutator. It converts the alternating current induced in the armature winding into directional current.​ It is of cylindrical structure and made of wedge-shaped segments made of high-conductivity copper. These segments are insulated from one another by thin layers of mica.Each segment is connected to the armature conductor by means of a copper strip or plug.

 

26. ​ Brushes and bearingsBrushes are stationary and rest on the surface of the commutator.​ They are made of carbon.​ They are housed in a box type brush holders which are open at both ends.​ FUNCTION: To collect current from commutator and make it available to the external circuit.​ BEARINGS: Ball bearings are used commonly because of their reliability. Roller bearings are used for heavier duties.

 

27.​ The shaft is the central one over which the whole parts are loaded.

28.​ DIFFERENT TYPES OF DC GENERATORS

Separately excited Self excitedSeries wound shunt wound compound wound long shunt short shunt

29. ​ Dc generators are generally classified according to the method used for field excitation.

They are1) separately excited generator2) self-excited generator

 

30.​ Separately excited generator

In these the field magnets are energized from a separate independent external source of dc current.A separate dc source is used to drive the field current If. The resistance Rf is connected to adjust the field current.​ The emf generated in the armature drives the load. Armature current and Ioad current are the same.

31.​ Series wound dc generator

32.​ Long Shunt dc generator

33.​ Short shunt