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Alternator for a coal-fired generator
Last Post 15 Oct 2014 09:04 PM by Ayodele Okunade. 0 Replies.
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Ayodele Okunade
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15 Oct 2014 09:04 PM
    I am doing a project on coal fired generator and I don't really know how my Alternator will work. I'm currently trying to use a 2 pole stator, 5 former making 1 pole, single phase alternator.
    These are the problems :
    how do I calculate/obtain the power rating of my alternator/generator
    does the Alternator work like the dynamo that generate voltage proportional to the rpm
    does a 50Hz alternator operate at 3000rpm to generate 240v
    relationship between torque, rpm and voltage
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