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22kv, 33kv ?

E=4.44*f*T*phi

E -Induced emf per phase

T -number of turns

f -frequency

phi -maximum flux per pole

From the equation we see that E is proportional to 4.4 and it is in

turn multiple of 11.So always transmission voltage is multiple of 11.

In any DC motor, the speed of the motor is inversely propotional to the

flux and directly proportional to Back EMF .

When starting a series motor the current flowing will be high, but the

flux that the motor produces will be moderate since the series winding

has less number of turns.

Hence, if u start the motor without load the speed will increase.

As speed increases the back emf increases.

This decreases the current through the series winding and hence flux

decreases and the speed further increases.

Theoretically speaking the speed becomes infinite. But practically the

motor will accelerate to very high speed , which will damage the motor.

But if you start the motor with the load, you are actually reducing the

starting speed hence the motor runs safely.

Since series motors has this property it is used in trains to pull high

load.

only and not others?

increase the number of phases.

Two phase system has 40% power more than

single phase system.

Three phase system has 50% power more than two

phase system.

But in four phase system it is 7% power only.

Also the design of the system will be more

complicated. So we have three phase system only

The subscripts "o" and "rms" stand for peak value and root-mean-square

value respectively.

The supply voltage (A) and the circuit current (E) will always have a

phase difference. The phase difference can be found by using the triangle

(H). If the inductive reactance is greater than the capacitive reactance, the

supply voltage will lead the current; if the inductive reactance is smaller than

the capacitive reactance, the supply voltage will lag behind the current .

The p.d. across the resistor (B) oscillates inphase with the current (E).

The p.d. across the capacitor (C) lags behind the current (E) by pi/2.

The p.d. across the inductor (D) leads the current (E) by pi/2.

.In other words, (C) and (D) are wlays in antiphase.

The four RMS volatges are related by the triangle (H).

The curve (F) shows the variation of the reciprocal of the impedance

against frequency.

(G) shows three rotating vectors (phasors), their projections on the y-axis

corresponds to the three instantaneous voltages.

Series resonance is achieved by adjusting f, L or C such that the black dot

is exactly at the highest point of the curve (F).

At resonance, (i) phase diff = 0 and (ii) Z = R. Therefore, (A) and (B)

become exactly identical, (A) and (E) are inphase. The circuit current (E) is

It is a circuit in which resistors are arranged in a

chain, so the current has only one path to take. The current

is the same through each resistor. The total resistance of the

current is found by simply adding up the resistance values of

the individual resistors

Advantages of Series Circuit:

Adding Power Devices- you can add the additional power

devices, usually using batteries. Doing this will greatly

increase the overall force of your output. This will give you

more power.

Easy to use- they are easy to learn and to make. It's simple

design is easy to understand. this will help you make

repairs without the help of a professional.

Disadvantages of Series Circuit:

If one component in a series circuit fails, then all the

components in the circuit fails.

the more components there are in the circuit, the greater

the circuit's resistance.

- has two or more paths for current to flow through. Voltage

is the same across each component of the parallel circuit.

The sum of the currents through each path is equal to the

total current that flows from the source

Advantages of a Parallel Circuit:

a failure of one component does not lead to the failure of the

other components.

more components may be added in parallel without the need for

additional voltage.

It requires the use of lot of wires.

The source amperage is increased whenever we add a new load

to a parallel circuit.

Due to proper working sometimes the damage if any, caused to

the circuit, may get neglected. This is hazardous.

We cannot increase or multiply the voltage in a parallel circuit.

Multiple control devices are to be employed for the control of the

devices in parallel connection.

Parallel connection fails at the time when it is required to pass

exactly same amount of current through the units.

The design of a parallel circuit is very complex.

Additional power sources like batteries cannot be added in

parallel connection.

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