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Faculty of Engineering and Technology

M. S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences
Department Electrical Engineering
Programme B.Tech
Batch 2016 Semester 1st Sem
Course Code ESC107A Course Title Elements of Electrical Engineering
Course Leader(s) Mr. S.Nagaraja Rao & Mr. Sachin S.

Assignment - 2
Reg.No. Name of Student

Marking Scheme First Second

Examiner Examiner
Marks Marks

1.1 Introduction 02

1.2 Critically review the characteristics 02
1.3 Need of high starting torque 02
1.4 Preferred type of machine 02
1.5 Stance and conclusion 02
Part-A Max Marks 10
Problem on Magnetic Circuit
1.1 Draw equivalent magnetic circuit 01
1.2 Equivalent electrical circuit 02
B.1 Primary current
1.3 04
1.4 Voltage at the ad terminals using Thevenin’s theorem 03
B.1 Max Marks 10
Problem on DC Machine
2.1 Identification of connection & justification 02
2.2 Flux per pole 03
B.2 Armature current per parallel path
2.3 02
2.4 Equivalent circuit diagram 03
B.2 Max Marks 10
Problem on Energy supply

3.1 Resistance of the leads from the dynamo to the village
Number of Board Of Trade (BOT) units of energy
(kwh) consumed in 10 hours in the village


4 Max Marks 10  Total Assignment Marks 50 Subject Marks Tabulation Component-1 (B) First Second Remarks Remarks Assignment Examiner Examiner A B.2 Full load and half load efficiency at 0.4 Comment on regulation and efficiency 02 B.1 B.4 Equivalent circuit of the power supply B.2 B.3 Regulation at full load and half load at 0.8 pf lagging 03 4.4 4.8 pf leading 03 B.3 B.1 Copper loss on half load condition 02 4.3 leads 3. Number of BOT units of energy (kwh) wasted in the 3.3 Max Marks 10 Problem on Transformer 4.4 Marks (Max 50 ) Marks (out of 25 ) Signature of First Examiner Signature of Second Examiner 2 .

The printed assignment must be submitted to the subject leader. Assignment . Part -A (10 MARKS) Debate on the topic “AC Machines are Preferred over DC Machines for Escalator Applications” Your debate should address the following: A1. 2. Submission Date: 21st Nov 2016 6. traction applications which improves the production. Submission after the due date will not be accepted. 5.5 Justify your stance and conclusion 3 . for the generation. Generally. 4. The assignment consists of 5 questions.2 Critically review the characteristics of AC and DC Machines A1.2 Instructions to students: 1. These rotating machines works based on the electromechanical energy conversion principles. Marks will be awarded only to the sections and sub-sections clearly indicated as per the problem statement. The armature winding delivers or exports AC power when its working as generator and it absorbs or imports AC power as a motor. IMPORTANT: It is essential that all the sources used in preparation of the assignment must be suitably referenced in the text. It can be energized directly by conventional AC and DC power supplies. Direct Current (DC) machines are the most versatile energy conversion devices. transportation and spurred industrial research. transmission and utilization of electrical energy AC systems are preferred as compared to the DC systems. 9. 8. Usage of machines and gadgets in manufacturing industries. Preamble Conventional rotating machines are very commonly used in industrial drive systems. Maximum marks is 50 3. 7. The maximum number of pages should be restricted to 20. Asynchronous and synchronous AC machines consists of distributed armature winding and concentrated DC field winding.4 Preferred type of machine for escalator applications A1.3 The need of high starting torque for escalator applications A1.1 Introduction to AC and DC machines A1. The assignment has to be neatly word processed as per the prescribed format.

accidently an air gap of 0. length of ‘’aed’’ is 0.2 Consider a 4-pole lap connected DC machine that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy and is used for constant voltage applications.Part B (40 marks) B. Allow 1V per brush for contact drops and neglect friction. B1.2 Arrive at its equivalent electrical circuit B1. Figure 1.4 Compute the voltage at the ‘ad’ terminals using Thevenin’s theorem B. length of ‘’cd’’ is 0. The armature has 120 conductors in the slots and runs at 1000 rpm. length of ‘’bc’’ is 0.25m.25m. Transformer Core During manufacturing of transformer.1 Draw equivalent magnetic circuit B1. Assume that first limb is carrying flux Φ1.5 kW electric oven at 250 V 4 .25mm was created at midpoint of third limb with a magnetic flux mWb.1 Transformer manufacturer is constructing a distribution transformer core shown in figure1 made up of caste steel iron having 200 turns on primary of its first limb. The DC machine has an armature resistance of 10 Ω and a field resistance of 300 Ω.3 Calculate the primary current required to establish flux in the air gap (neglect fringing effect) B1. The overall area of cross section is 2*10-2 m2. Machine is required to supply the following loads: (i) 3 kW Geyser at 250 V (ii) 2 kW Lighting load also at 250 V (iii) 5 kW Submersible pump at 250 V and (iv) 2. second limb carrying flux Φ2 and third limb has flux Φ3.35m.

1 Copper loss on half load condition B 4. 125/250 V. Address the following: B2.4 Draw the equivalent circuit of the power supply B.77 W On H. The generated voltage being 220 V.1 Identify whether the loads should be connected in parallel or series and justify your choice.8 p. B2. Compute B3.4 The following results are obtained from the O.f.V side Determine: B 4.C Test 15 V 40 A 177. Test 125 V 0.V side S.3 Calculate armature current per parallel path B2.2 The number of Board Of Trade (BOT) units of energy (kWh) consumed in 10 hours in the village B3.1 Resistance of the leads from the dynamo to the village B3.C test on ‘X’ kVA.4 Draw the equivalent circuit diagram for the given loads.C and S. B. lagging Also comment on efficiency and regulation at full load and half load conditions Consider the value of ‘X’ in between 2 to 10 5 .f.3 The demand for the lighting of a small village is 50 A at 200 V. leading B 4.C.8 p.3 The number of BOT units of energy (kWh) wasted in the leads in the same time B3.3 Regulation at full load and half load at 0.6 A 50 W On L.2 Full load and half load efficiency at 0.2 Calculate magnetic flux per pole B2. This is supplied from a dynamo of a distance station. 50 Hz single phase transformer O.