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starting of synchronous motor

Question asked by sacy1983 in #Coffee Room on Dec 6, 2007
sacy1983
sacy1983 · Dec 6, 2007
Rank E2 - BEGINNER
syn motor started as induction motor. In rotor circuit emf is induced which is Ac. now when DC supply given to rotor then what happened ? Posted in: #Coffee Room
Abhilash41
Abhilash41 · Dec 7, 2007
Rank D3 - MASTER
application of three-phase ac power to the stator causes a rotating magnetic field (rmf) to be set up around the rotor. The rotor is energized with dc . The strong rmf attracts the strong rotor field activated by the dc. This results in a strong turning force on the rotor shaft. The rotor can now turn a load as it rotates in step with the rotating magnetic field.
Abhilash41
Abhilash41 · Dec 7, 2007
Rank D3 - MASTER
application of 3 phase ac power to the stator causes a rotating magnetic field (rmf) to be set up around the rotor. The rotor is energizedwith dc (it acts like a bar magnet). The strong rmf attracts the strong rotor field activated by the dc. This results in a strong turning force on the rotor shaft. The rotor can now turn a load as it rotates in step with the rmf
Abhilash41
Abhilash41 · Dec 7, 2007
Rank D3 - MASTER
sorry. no idea how that got posted twice.
to start a practical synchronous motor, the stator is energized, but the dc supply to the rotor field is not energized. The squirrel-cage windings bring the rotor to near synchronous speed. At that point, the dc field is energized. This locks the rotor in step with the rotating stator field. Full torque is developed, and the load is driven. A mechanical switching device that operates on centrifugal force is often used to apply dc to the rotor as synchronous speed is reached

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