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20 meters. 5 kilograms. Neglect pulley mass and friction. 35 meters. 20. Shown is a new invention. Investigate the energy conversion possibilities of this creation. 21. For the figure below, let self-inductances be L and L . inductance L = Msin#. Resistances are r and r . a af a f f Mutual 54 Analysis of Electrical Machines If i —yf2I cos cot and 6 — vt + 8 where v is a constant, a a a) find an expression for i in terms of the L, r parameters, co, v, 8, 7 , and J. b) Find an expression for torque in the same terms.
A fault occurs on phase b of the secondary to ground thru an impedance Z . It is found that 23 amperes flow thru Z . 0? 7. 2 fault on b A certain transformer has negligible power losses and no leakage. Measurements of primary voltage and current, with the secondary open, are as shown (rms values of 60 Hz waves are plotted). If the primary winding is connected in series with a 10 ohm reactance, find the voltage across the capacitor of 10 ohms reactance when 347 volts is impressed. 0. ) x 2 Introduction 49 40010 300- 3 4 7 v.
This expression shows that the flux through the rotor winding caused by current i in the stationary winding has two components—one component is constant and must therefore be caused by a rotating flux density. The speed s Introduction 29 of this flux density "wave" is just exactly equal to the rotor speed. The other component is pulsating at 2co and can be thought of as caused by a flux density "wave" rotating in the opposite direction to the rotor, at speed co. A basic principle of electric machines is that flux density waves of the rotor and stationary windings, if they are of the same wavelength, must be stationary with respect to each other in order to produce a net average torque.