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A Simple Rotating Loop Between Curved Pole Faces

# A Simple Rotating Loop Between Curved Pole Faces

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A Simple Rotating Loop between Curved Pole Faces
It consists of a singleloop of wire rotatingaboutafixedaxis.
The rotating part iscalled rotor, and thestationary part is thestator.
The magnetic fieldfor the machine issupplied by themagnetic north andsouthpoles.
Since the air gap isof uniform width, thereluctance is thesame everywhereunderthepolefaces.The simplest rotating dc machine is shown below:
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ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSIONEngr. Elvin D. DulceDepartment of Electrical Engineering, CEAT, UPLB

The Voltage Induced in a Rotating Loop
Iftherotorisrotated,avoltagewillbeinducedinthewireloop.
To determine the total voltage e
tot
on the loop, examine each segment of theloopseparatelyandsumalltheresultingvoltages.
Thevoltageoneach

segmentisgivenby
e
ind
= (v x B)
l
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ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSIONEngr. Elvin D. DulceDepartment of Electrical Engineering, CEAT, UPLB

The Voltage Induced in a Rotating Loop
SEGMENTab:e
ba
=(vxB)
l=
vBl
(+ into the page)
SEGMENTbc:e
bc
=0
SEGMENTcd:e
dc
=(vxB)
l=
vBl
(+ out of the page)
SEGMENTda:e
da
=

0e
total
= 2
vBl
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ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSIONEngr. Elvin D. DulceDepartment of Electrical Engineering, CEAT, UPLB