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akpower
akpower • Aug 11, 2011

Generator output with reference to winding temperature

An electricity generator when operated at more than rated load; increases its winding temperature which restricts its continuous operation at higher load.Most of the new generation generators are hydrogen cooled. This gas is subsequently cooled outside in a heat exchanger.My query is sub-cooling of hydrogen & in-turn reduced winding temperature whether will permit me to operate the generator at higher load continuously😕?
ShrinkDWorld
ShrinkDWorld • Aug 11, 2011
In my view if you can maintain lower winding temperature then you can use it at higher temperature. I come to this conclusion on the basis of "Overclocking of computer processor"😁

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