Excitation Systems (ES) for Wound-Field Synchronous Machines (WFSM)

  • Tesfaye Tuto
  • Balachandra Pattanaik
Keywords: Excitation systems, WFSM, SES, BES.

Abstract

The power generating units and higher power motors are majority included by wound field synchronous machines (WFSM) because of it has flexible field excitation, flux intrinsic weakening capacity and high efficiency. It can be also used in low to medium power range for high end solutions in a wide range. This paper is analyzing a study of modern methods and technologies of WFSM excitation system. This paper also explains that the trending excitation system of generators and WFSM excitation system.

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Author Biographies

Tesfaye Tuto

PG Student, Power Engineering, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Bule Hora University, Bule Hora, Ethiopia.

Balachandra Pattanaik

Professor, Department of Electrical And Computer Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, BHU, Bule Hora, Ethiopia, Africa

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Published
2019-03-26
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