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Title: Transient performance of the self regulated short shunt self excited induction generator
Authors: Shridhar, L
Singh, B
Jha, C S
Keywords: rural electrification
isolated power generation
induction generator
capacitor self excitation
Issue Date: 1995
Citation: Energy Conversion, IEEE Transactions on, 10(2), 261 - 267p.
Abstract: A detailed investigation is carried out on the transient behaviour of the short shunt self-excited induction generator (SEIG) system subjected to different dynamic conditions. An analytical model incorporating the cross-saturation effect has been used to predict the performance of the SEIG. Experimental results are presented along with the simulated values. Response of the system to disturbances reveals excellent transient performance. The system has good overload capability and is free from operational problems related with short circuits and loss of excitation. By presenting typical results of a 3.7 kW, three-phase squirrel cage machine, the suitability of the short shunt SEIG for a simple, rugged and self regulated stand-alone generating system, is established
URI: http://eprint.iitd.ac.in/dspace/handle/2074/1859
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