Single-Phase Autonomous Induction Generator with Single-Phase Rotor
AbstractAn autonomous induction generator (IG) with an asymmetric configuration, in which both the stator and the rotor are single-phase, is often formed when a triple-phase wound rotor loses connection to a winding component while running. The machine still works and is shown to be capable of generating modulated waveforms. Equations can help as an IG design guideline. The first harmonics of the mutual inductance effect on the IG is explained by its steady-state equivalent circuit. View Full-Text
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Frechter, Y.; Hail, N.B.; Rabinovici, R. Single-Phase Autonomous Induction Generator with Single-Phase Rotor. Energies 2017, 10, 1162.
Frechter Y, Hail NB, Rabinovici R. Single-Phase Autonomous Induction Generator with Single-Phase Rotor. Energies. 2017; 10(8):1162.Chicago/Turabian Style
Frechter, Yotam; Hail, Natan Ben; Rabinovici, Raul. 2017. "Single-Phase Autonomous Induction Generator with Single-Phase Rotor." Energies 10, no. 8: 1162.
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