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PowerIT Synchronous Generators for Diesel and Gas Engines

The global power in synchronous generators
ABB is the world’s leading supplier of synchronous motors and generators, with more than a century of experience in manufacturing AC machines for industrial use. Our products are designed for high reliability and efficiency, and our know-how and experience, combined with the resources of ABB’s global organization, have made us the preferred supplier for many applications. We are a major supplier of brushless synchronous generators for diesel and gas engines. Our generators are in use all over the world, producing power in electric utilities and district heating plants, industrial plants, the marine and offshore sectors, and similar applications. In every case we work with our customers, using our application-specific know-how to ensure that their specific needs are met.

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As a key element of its business strategy, ABB has committed to a broad program of product development and positioning under the IndustrialIT umbrella. This initiative is geared towards increasing integration of ABB products as the ‘building blocks’ of larger solutions, while incorporating functionality that will allow multiple products to interact seamlessly as components of real-time automation and information systems. Motors, generators and drives represent fundamental building blocks in the IndustrialIT architecture. ABB (www.abb.com) is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility and industry customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impacts. The ABB Group of companies operates in around 100 countries and employs about 120,000 people.

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ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004

...................... ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 3 ....................................... By leveraging our economies of scale and using highly standardized modular construction methods................. and we provide expertise in integrating generators with the surrounding parts of the overall power generation system............ 16 Accessories ................ We naturally work in compliance with the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality and environmental standards............................... 8 Insulation ... our products are designed to provide high levels of efficiency over a long service life with low overall life cycle costs.... electrical system suppliers..Generating added value ABB’s brushless synchronous generators are typically used in decentralized power plants where the prime mover is a medium or high speed four-stroke reciprocating engine............ their families..................................... We understand the importance of flexibility and on-time delivery.... In particular............................... 14 Bearings ............. The ABB Group is also working hard in the field of corporate social responsibility – which it sees as the commitment by business to contribute to sustainable economic development............ 17 Final testing ......... By providing extensive support to our customers – who are mostly engine manufacturers................. 18 Recognizing our responsibilities Environmental sustainability is of vital importance to our company.................... 5 Cooling and protection ................................ and we are committed to responding to demands for enhanced environmental solutions........... 6 Windings .................................... Output range at different speeds .. we are able to deliver consistently high quality.......................... 12 Rotor ......................................... 10 Stator .......... 13 Excitation and regulation systems ................. the local community and society at large to improve the quality of life..... 4 Modular construction ............................................... working with employees.................. generator set packagers or power plant operators – we seek to generate added value for them...........................

BV.630 5 4 3 560 500 450 400 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 2 1 200 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 Synchronous Speed [rpm] AMGe 355 to 500 3.0 40 1600 1.Performance by design Output range at different speeds AMG 400 . Efficiency Our generators are designed for high efficiency. which significantly exceeds the vibration originating from the generator itself (max 2. stators and fan designs. overcurrent or overload in accordance with the relevant IEC or NEMA standards. CCS.5 50 Output [MVA] 2. The generators withstand linear vibration up to the limits specified in the relevant ISO standard (typically 10 . cuts operating costs and means more electricity for the same investment. with losses minimized through the effective use of materials.5 400 30 1. based on information from engine or generator set builders about the natural frequencies or global vibration modes – like base frame horizontal and vertical bending or torsion along the longitudinal axis – to help ensure troublefree operation. DNV.5 AMG 710 . the following protections are recommended: Thermal overload in stator winding Network short-circuit Stator interwinding short-circuit Stator earth fault Overvoltage Unbalance load or shorted turns in same phase Underexcitation or loss of synchronism Undervoltage and intermittent loss of voltage Monitoring of temperature detectors Vibration tolerance Generators coupled to reciprocating engines are always exposed to engine induced vibration.0 500 60 2500 2000 2. KR. in order to avoid damage to the generator in situations where the permissible values are exceeded. In marine or offshore applications the additional design criteria of the applicable classification society are followed. This benefits users like power plant operators as high efficiency helps to save money. However.20 mm/s).8 mm/s during final testing). Recommended protections The generators are built to withstand abnormal situations such as unbalanced load. These societies include ABS. and RS.5 10 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 200 Synchronous Speed [rpm] Synchronous Speed [rpm] Design standards The electrical design is based on the relevant IEC or NEMA standards and mechanical design on the relevant ISO standards. state-of-the-art insulation and optimization of rotors. We use sophisticated design tools to analyze the impacts of external torsional and linear vibrations on the generator.0 20 1250 1120 900 710 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 355 0.2500 70 3. This work is 4 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 Output [MVA] Output [MVA] 630 . especially when the generator and engine are built on a common base frame. LR. CR. GL. NK. RINA.

cylindrical shaft. cylindrical shaft end. ensuring perfect alignment and sufficient rigidity to withstand engine induced vibrations. test critical parts and verify that hazardous mechanical resonances do not occur in the generator. The end housings are precision machined and finally bolted or welded to the stator housing. raised feet Corrosion protection Our generators are designed and built to withstand the applicable environmental conditions. Selection of a suitable paint system gives reliable anti-corrosion protection even under the most severe environmental conditions. cylindrical shaft end. cylindrical shaft end. cylindrical shaft end. Mounting All our synchronous generators are designed for horizontal mounting. washers. For moderate indoor conditions the standard finish is a two-pack epoxy paint that is moisture-proof in accordance with the relevant standards. This benefits customers in terms of faster lead times. They are supplied as integral units.one end-shield bearing. The most common mounting arrangements are: IM code Description IM1001 . Solvent free paints are used wherever possible in order to minimize environmental impacts.one end-shield bearing.two pedestal bearings. Modular design combined with a high degree of standardization means shorter manufacturing times. even up to the highest sizes and outputs. cast iron and all insulation materials are treated in accordance with the chosen paint system. feet down IM7301 . Frame construction The smaller generators feature a three part modular frame consisting of the stator housing and two end housings. aluminum alloy. flanged shaft end. using FEM and dynamic animation techniques to determine various vibration models. feet down IM1305 . feet down IM1101 .two end-shield bearings.two end-shield bearings. Screws.two end-shield bearings. which means that installation times are substantially reduced. flange at D-end IM7201 . raised feet IM2001 . They therefore require no further assembly on site.two pedestal bearings. raised feet IM1205 .Modular construction ABB's R&D engineers work closely with engine manufacturers. End-shield type bearings are mounted on the end housings. ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 5 . The larger generators are built in a self-supporting full frame and equipped with integral pedestal bearings. flanged shaft end. all surfaces made of steel.

This configuration passes hardly any heat to the surrounding environment. or whenever the quality of the surrounding air is not otherwise suitable for direct cooling. It is also ideal for installations in engine rooms with limited ventilation. An open air cooled generator (IC0A1) with drip proof protection (IP23). Open air cooling Open air cooling can be used where the air in the immediate environment is relatively clean and there is adequate air circulation. Open air cooling is the most typical solution for stationary indoor power plants. If the engine room ventilation system cannot compensate for the temperature gradient caused by the hot air. Air-to-water closed circuit cooling The cooling air circulates in a closed circuit through the active parts of the generator and then through an air-to-water heat exchanger. the generator air outlet can also be ducted to allow the air to be exhausted outdoors. The cooling air is typically drawn in through air filters. air-to-water and air-to-air. such as ships. installation in a hazardous area. A totally enclosed generator (IP 54) using an air-to-water heat exchanger (IC8A1W7). passed through the active parts of the generator. and represents an ideal solution for situations where closed circuit cooling is required due to installation outdoors. and then exhausted back to the environment.Cooling and protection There are three commonly used cooling arrangements: open air. 6 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 .

(drip proof).Protection The enclosures feature protection in classes IP21. IP55 and IP56 (totally enclosed). This cooling arrangement requires an additional shaft mounted or electric fan to ensure sufficient air flow through the cooler. or equivalent NEMA protection classes. A totally enclosed generator (IP 54) using an air-to-air heat exchanger (IC6A1A1). Air-to-air closed circuit cooling The cooling air circulates in a closed circuit through the active parts of the generator and through an air-to-air heat exchanger. Generators are also available for hazardous areas in accordance with IEC/ATEX or NEC definitions. or IP44. IP22. ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 7 . This solution is generally used in situations where a closed circuit cooling system – such as air-to-water cooling – is required but water is not readily available. IP54. IP23.

Windings Form wound coils are used for medium or high voltage stators. High voltage coils include a semiconducting layer to decrease the electrical field at the slot surface. Medium and high voltage windings up to 15 000 V are made of form wound rectangular copper wire insulated with multiple layers of glass-fiber reinforced mica-tape. After insertion into the corresponding slots. The completed process assures long and trouble free service. Class F temperature rise is standard. All materials used including the vacuum pressure impregnation resin exceed thermal class H (180°C) requirements. with Class B rise also available. with Class F or B rise also available. 8 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 . A variable number of layers of insulating tape can be applied to the copper coil depending on the dielectric barrier defined by the voltage output. Stator winding and insulation classes Low voltage windings up to 690 V are made of random wound enameled copper wire. the coils are firmly held in place by means of soft wedges and surge ropes at the coil heads prior to vacuum pressure impregnation. Class H temperature rise is standard. All materials used including the vacuum pressure impregnation resin exceed thermal class F (155°C) requirements.

Exciter windings are made of enamelled copper wire. This ensures high reliability and a long service life even with asymmetric loads and exceptional conditions. The rotor windings are made of pre-formed enameled rectangular copper wire. Proper supports between adjacent windings are used to ensure stability up to the rated overspeed. The windings are vacuum pressure impregnated. Rotor and exciter windings Rotor and exciter windings are made to match the insulation class of the stator. The windings are also vacuum pressure impregnated.The automated manufacturing process uses ABB robots and is located in an environmentally controlled area. ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 9 . Proper glass fiber supports are used in the exciter rotor to ensure stability up to the rated overspeed. ensuring that each medium or high voltage coil is produced with uniform and consistent quality for the highest reliability.

resulting in low dielectric strength. ABB has been using the MCI system for more than 25 years. which are operating successfully all over the world. 10 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 . Thermal lifetime tests performed on the MCI system also show that its endurance substantially exceeds IEC and IEEE requirements. excellent heat transfer and elimination of hazardous internal partial discharges. Usually it is sufficient to ensure that the cooling ability of the winding is not reduced by the ingress of moisture or dirt during periods when the generator is not operating. No primary insulation failures due to thermal ageing have been experienced. The vacuum pressure impregnation and curing of the completely wound and connected stator winding with a specially formulated epoxy resin ensures a sealed and homogenous insulation system. MCI insulated windings require very little maintenance. which is based on the vacuum pressure impregnation (VPI) method. In that time it has been used on tens of thousands of our larger machines.Insulation MCI insulation system ABB uses the MICADUR® Compact Industry (MCI) insulation system.

after the VPI process has been completed. ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 11 . High pressure cycle – forcing the resin into even the smallest pores.). This is especially important in order to resist inadvertent high stresses from out-of-phase synchronization. This ensures that both the insulation and the mechanical properties of the windings are excellent – which means that they can withstand prime mover induced vibrations and the mechanical stresses caused by transients such as short circuits. This produces very strong and stable insulation. exhibiting high mechanical and electrical strength. Oven curing . chemically aggressive gases. abrasive dust. tropical climate etc. Highly stable epoxy resin – ensuring superior protection under the most difficult environmental conditions (against lubricants. common solvents. transients and short circuits. moisture. stators and rotors are cured in an oven at high temperature.Surge withstand level (kV-peak) 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 2 4 6 Rated voltage Un (kV) 8 10 12 14 The VPI process features: High vacuum cycle – removing air and moisture from the voids and pores of the insulation. Even the largest wound stators and rotors are impregnated as complete units. diesel oil.

Radial cooling ducts ensure uniform and effective cooling of the stator. high-grade. For larger generators. full frames incorporating both the stator core housing and feet.Stator The stator frame forms a rigid steel structure that has been designed to withstand vibrations induced by the prime mover. allowing installation of the generator as a fully assembled single unit. low-loss laminated electric sheet steel. Frames up to size 1120 are of modular type. The bearings are flange-mounted on the end-shields. after which the end-modules with feet are welded or bolted to the stator core. are used. The bearings are mounted on pedestals integrated with the frame. insulated on both sides with a heat-resistant inorganic coating. The stator core itself is built of stacked. 12 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 . The stator core is welded into a cylinder.

The sheets are pressed together with inserted steel bars which are welded to the end plates. All rotor assemblies are vacuum pressure impregnated (VPI) as complete units for excellent insulation and mechanical strength. State-of-the-art rotor technology provides higher efficiency and improved reliability. The pole structure is integrated or the poles ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 .Rotor The characteristics of the rotor play a crucial part in achieving the best possible levels of electrical and mechanical performance. After impregnation. the complete rotor assembly is dynamically balanced on two planes. are secured to the shaft or hub by bolts from above or below. Rotors for frame sizes 1250 and greater are normally equipped with a separate hub which is shrink-fitted onto the shaft. Shaft The rotor comprises a shaft. and salient poles. The poles are fitted with a copper or brass damper winding. or by means of dovetails. The shaft is manufactured of forged or rolled steel and machined to exact specifications. a hub for larger machines. ABB continues its development work to optimize rotor designs. As a result. The shaft ends are normally cylindrical or flanged. 13 Poles The poles are normally manufactured from 2 mm laminated steel sheet.

type used depending on level of performance and variety of functions required. For models up to AMG1120 the standard method of cable entry is from below. Brushless exciter 2. Both analog and digital AVRs are available.Excitation and regulation systems All ABB synchronous generators have brushless excitation controlled by state-of-the-art automatic voltage regulators. Automatic voltage regulator (AVR) Rotor with three phase armature winding and rotating full-wave diode bridge rectifier feeding main rotor field windings with DC current Stator with DC winding. The generators are self-excited. from the side. for AMG1250 or larger. Optionally. Typical features of AVRs (depending on type of AVR selected): Voltage regulation in island mode with droop-type reactive load sharing 14 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 . and do not require any external source of excitation power. Terminal Boxes The integrated terminal box is located on top as standard and can be designed to allow cable entry from either the right or left side. AVR is either mounted directly inside generator terminal box (small generators) or supplied on a mounting plate designed for installation inside generating set control panel (large generators). Typical main components: 1. The current to the stator is supplied by AVR Complete exciter is mounted inside generator frame with easy access through removable inspection covers. separate terminal boxes mounted on the side of the generator are available. featuring busbars outside the generator frame and allowing connections from any specified direction. For auxiliary and instrument cables separate auxiliary terminal boxes may be supplied as required.

Power factor control in parallel operation with grid Excitation for sustained short circuit Soft start Over-voltage protection Underfrequency protection Under/over-excitation protection Voltage matching Rotating diode condition monitoring Field winding thermal overload protection Back-up arrangements with either manual control or redundant double AVRs with automatic or manual change-over 3. Current transformer for actual value measurement Used for reactive load control in either droop or power factor control modes ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 15 . Excitation power source Voltage transformer. Installation on mounting plates or inside generator terminal box.Analog and digital AVRs are available for a perfect match with the application requirements. or PMG (permanent magnet generator) mounted outboard of the NDE bearing 4. or Auxiliary winding in stator. and current transformers for excitation in short-circuit conditions.

NDE bearings are insulated to prevent shaft current circulation. Certain accessories are included as standard. speed of rotation. In the case of high ambient temperature or Accessories We offer a large selection of accessories to meet our customers’ requirements. type of prime mover coupling. temperature and environment) and without undue external load. Flange sleeve bearings (standard for AMG 710-1120.Bearings The choice of bearing arrangement and type is based on factors such as load carrying capacity. as well as first-class reliability when driven by engines: Because the bearing shells are seated in the housing. their life expectancy is practically infinite. please contact us. Provided that the operating conditions are carefully followed. A grease nipple is provided to ease periodical changing of the grease in the bearing assembly. the bearings are designed for a life expectancy in excess of 50 000 hours. all NDE bearing housings are electrically insulated by means of non conducting PTFE film. The bearings are typically self-lubricated by oil ring. shock and inclination (marine and offshore platforms) affecting the bearing are also taken into account. the bearing assembly is highly suitable for static as well as radial and axial dynamic loads. For nonlisted accessories. vibration. and client choice. They are of the split type and easy to maintain. Under normal operating conditions (lubrication. Sleeve bearings withstand a high level of vibration. The lubricating oil is picked up by the oil ring and transferred directly to the shaft. vibrations. The DE bearing is blocked while the NDE bearing is directly prestressed on the shaft. Antifriction bearings (standard for AMG 400-630) The bearing assembly is of the deep-groove ball type. They offer excellent quality and performance. standard or SOLAS Anti-condensation heaters Differential protection current transformers Earth fault voltage transformers Surge arrestors Surge capacitors Slip rings for rotor earth fault protection Diode failure monitoring unit Ex accessories for hazardous areas Bearing insulation Measuring and monitoring Pt-100 resistance temperature detectors in stator slots Pt-100 resistance temperature detectors in stator core or teeth Pt-100 resistance temperature detectors in bearings Pt-100 resistance temperature detectors for hot or cooled air Thermometers for cooling circuit or bearings for local or remote monitoring Leakage detectors for water cooled generators Vibration probes for sleeve bearings SPM nipples for antifriction bearings Excitation and Voltage Control Analog voltage/power factor regulators Digital voltage/power factor regulators Manual back up regulators with manual or automatic switchover Automatic back up regulators with manual or automatic switchover Regulator installed on mounting plate or in free standing cubicle Permanent magnet pilot exciters (PMG) 16 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 . To prevent bearing damage from circulating currents. Protection Air filters at air inlet. depending on the size and type of generator. optional for AMG400 to 630) Sleeve bearings are flange-mounted on the end-shield. Operating conditions such as ambient temperature. air cleanliness. Excellent heat transfer through the contact surface of the shells makes them especially suitable for high speed applications. alignment. Excess grease is ejected into a container that is easily accessible for cleaning.

The generators are delivered ready assembled and require no further assembly on site. Integral pedestal sleeve bearing Terminals Integrated air insulated connection box Separate air insulated terminal box Separate phase insulated terminal boxes Separate phase segregated terminal boxes Termination kits for phase segregated terminal boxes Cable glands MCT Cable Auxiliary terminal boxes Cooling CuCu. unless the oil comes direct from the engine cooled lube oil system. EEx p/Ex p (all ATEX certified). The air gap between the stator and rotor is also factory set and does not need any further adjustment during coupling with the prime mover. Generators with integral pedestal bearings are as easy to mount and align as generators with flange mounted bearings.inclined operating position (marine applications) an external cooling circuit for the oil may be necessary. EEx e/Ex e. except that they are mounted on a pedestal that is integrated into the stator frame. fresh or sea water heat exchangers for air-towater closed circuit cooling Aluminum or stainless steel airto-air heat exchangers with shaft mounted secondary fans or electric fans for air-to-air closed circuit cooling Mounting Hold down bolts Locking pins Jacking screws Shims Sole plates Anchor bolts Separate steel frames SAE flange Handling Shaft end modifications Flanged (for single bearing machines) Cylindrical Conical Hazardous area modifications Overall design for EEx nA/Ex n. single or double tube. unless the oil comes directly from the engine cooled lube oil system. or CI1 Div2 requirements Purging and pressurization systems Main or auxiliary terminal boxes to match hazardous area requirements Lifting beams Shaft extensions for rotor removal Seaworthy packing Impregnated seaworthy packing Tarpaulin packing Lubrication systems External lube oil cooling and circulation units Jack-up pumps Documentation Local language documentation CD ROMs or printed ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 17 . CuNi or stainless steel. The bearings are lubricated by oil ring. Flange mounted sleeve bearing Integral pedestal sleeve bearings (standard for AMG1250-2500) These bearings have the same fundamental features as flange sleeve bearings. An external cooling circuit for the oil is typically necessary.

They are normally performed on one machine in a series of generators not previously manufactured. No-load curve Short circuit curve Heat run test (temperature rise test) Losses and efficiency Transient and subtransient reactance measurement Voltage wave form analysis Special tests Special tests may be performed to verify the performance in special conditions.Final testing Numerous tests are performed on the generator components as they progress from one manufacturing stage to the next. A set of final tests is performed once all the parts and components have been integrated. All tests are performed according to IEC-34 unless otherwise specified. or at the request of the customer. These tests include quality monitoring. 18 ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 . be based on customer specifications or classification society requirements. They may. Some tests may incur an additional cost. Visual inspection Air gap measurement and sleeve bearing clearance check (larger generators) Insulation resistance measurement before dielectric test Winding resistance measurement Checking of temperature detectors and space heaters Terminal markings and direction of rotation Axial play for unlocked bearings Bearing run Vibration measurement No load point Short circuit point Testing of the automatic voltage regulator Overspeed test Auxiliary check Insulation resistance measurement Dielectric tests Insulation resistance measurement after dielectric test Type tests and additional tests Type tests are performed in addition to the routine tests. Such tests may include: Determination of reactances and time constants Measurement of shaft voltage Voltage wave form measurement Sound level measurement. in order to verify that the generator meets or exceeds the customer’s requirements. Testing to NEMA MG 1. for example. IEEE-115 or marine classification society requirements is available upon request. Routine tests The routine test program is performed on every generator and is included in the price of the generator. inspections and insulation reliability evaluations.

Our engineering department can design generators that meet the customer’s requirements in every respect. Documentation Every generator is supplied complete with all necessary operating and maintenance manuals. As a result customers almost anywhere in the world can easily contact our manufacturing. Online tools ABB uses the Internet to provide information and communicate with its customers. facilities to download documentation relating to their generator. monitor the progress of their unit through manufacturing.abb. ABB is also a leading supplier of customized generators. including ABB / Synchronous Generators GB 02-2004 19 . This flexibility has made us a recognized leader in supplying tailored solutions. Application Engineering In addition to its standard product range. and even witness tests on-line. extends through manufacturing and delivery and continues with after sales service available around the world.com/motors&drives An advanced online Project Management Tool – eSolutions – presently available for larger generators. marketing and service support. engineering. This documentation should be studied prior to installation and operation.A reliable partner Customer focus is an integral part of ABB’s internal processes. Extensive information about the entire range of synchronous generators is available at www. It starts from the very first contact. This global reach is especially important for customers in the marine sector with generators installed onboard ships. The machine should be inspected and maintained on a regular basis in order to ensure continuous and reliable operation. provides customers with a number of functions. After Sales Services ABB has built a global presence through its worldwide organization and network of carefully selected partners. We aim to provide active support to all our customers at every stage of the project and beyond.

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