Power Factor Correction by Synchronous Motors
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The operating frequency and voltage of an isolated alternator ________ if the prime mover input to motor is increased.
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The excess flux in synchronous motor is neutralized by
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The magnetization current drawn from an AC supply a synchronous motor is used to ________
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For a power system having induction motor loads, an overexcited synchronous motor is also attached. The induction motor will now operate at
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When the excitation voltage is increased from 1 to 1.3 pu of a 3phase synchronous motor. Then load angle for the constant power operation
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The inverted V plots is plotted between
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(I) Speed of an isolated alternator can be altered.
(II) Speed of an alternator connected to IBB can be also altered
(II) Speed of an alternator connected to IBB can be also altered
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For a power system having induction motor loads, an overexcited synchronous motor is also attached. Then the over all power factor
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(I)For constant power of an isolated alternator, Vcurves can be obtained.
(II)For constant power of an alternator connected to IBB, Vcurves can be obtained
(II)For constant power of an alternator connected to IBB, Vcurves can be obtained
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When a constant power output is desired to maintain
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For a synchronous motor, mark the appropriate.
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The armature current is ________ at UPF when compared to leading power factor.
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A 3 phase synchronous motor is working at normal excitation, then the flux deficient in circuit is _______
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Synchronous compensators are
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The Vcurves of synchronous motor is plotted between _
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The armature current is _______ at UPF than motor at lagging power factor.
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The active power delivered by an alternator will _______ when the prime mover input is increased for the alternator connected to infinite bus bar.
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