Synchronous Machine Parameter Measurement


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1 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 1 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement Introduction Wound field synchronous mchines re mostly used for power genertion but lso re well suited for motor pplictions where constnt speed nd leding power fctor opertion re desirble. In this experiment, clssicl tests will be performed to determine the synchronous mchine prmeters. Under genertor opertion, the stndrd opencircuit voltge nd shortcircuit current chrcteristics re obtined. This llows clcultion of the synchronous rectnce nd Short Circuit Rtio (SCR). The fundmentl principle of the synchronous mchine is tht the electricl frequency (in Hz) is relted to the mechnicl speed (in RPM) through the number of poles by The rdin electricl frequency is given by 120 f n (1) poles e 2 f (2) The synchronous genertor stedystte perphse equivlent electric circuit is shown in Figure 1. Typiclly, the rmture voltge is used s reference nd the internl generted voltge (or bckemf) nd rmture current re defined reltive to this phsor by V ˆ V 0 (3) E ˆ E (4) f f I ˆ I (5) In this model, the rmture resistnce is neglected nd Xs represents the sttor rectnce. All electricl quntities re operting t the frequency e with the exception of the dc field voltge nd current.
2 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 2 A stndrd test tht is performed on the synchronous genertor is to mesure the synchronous rectnce by mesuring the opencircuit rmture voltge nd shortcircuit rmture current versus field current while the mchine is driven t constnt mechnicl speed. If the mchine terminls re opencircuited, rmture current will be zero nd thus the mgnitude of the opencircuit voltge will be V,OC elf If Ef (6) 2 Since E f is proportionl to field current I f, one would expect the opencircuit voltge to increse linerly with field current. However, s the field current is incresed, the mchine steel sturtes nd the opencircuit chrcteristic exhibits the chrcteristic shown in Figure 2. In Figure 2, the shortcircuit current nd sttor rectnce re lso plotted versus field current. From the equivlent circuit, the rectnce cn be defined s
3 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 3 V,OC X s (7) I,SC It should be noted tht V, OC is linetoneutrl voltge nd if linetoline voltge is mesured, the mesured voltge should be divided by 3. It cn be seen from Figure 2, tht the synchronous rectnce chnges s the mchine sturtes. For low vlues of field current, the mchine is unsturted nd the rectnce vlue is referred to s the unsturted rectnce X. The sturted rectnce is defined s the rectnce clculted s, u ccording to (7) t field current which corresponds to rted rmture voltge on the opencircuit curve. If the rmture resistnce be clculted using R is included in the model, n exct vlue for the sttor rectnce cn X,OC 2 s, exct R I,SC 2 V (8) For prcticl mchines less thn 0.05%. R is much less thn X s nd (7) gives vlue of rectnce with n error Another prmeter tht is of interest in synchronous mchines is the shortcircuit rtio (SCR). This is defined s the mount of field current tht results in rted rmture voltge AFNL (mperes field nolod) from the opencircuit test divided by the field current tht results rted rmture current AFSC (mperes field shortcircuit) from the shortcircuit test. This cn be expressed s AFNL SCR (9) AFSC With this definition, SCR is perunit quntity. It cn be shown tht the reciprocl of SCR times the rted rmture voltge V, rted over the rted rmture current I, rted is equivlent to the sttor rectnce Eqution (10) is vlid for the sturted rectnce s defined bove. 1 V,rted X s SCR (10) I,rted
4 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 4 Lbortory Softwre Figure 3 shows screenshot of the lbortory softwre used in this experiment, LbSynchronousMchinePrmetersTenm. For creting the opencircuit voltge nd shortcircuit current plots, the primry vribles of interest re the field current If, the rmture voltge VLL(rms), nd the rmture current I(rms). These vribles re logged long with the frequency by clicking the Add button. The field current in the synchronous mchine is controlled by the knob on the Tenm power supply. After djusting the supply through ll field currents nd obtining the opencircuit test, the Test Type cn be chnged to ShortCircuit for the shortcircuit test. Figure 5. Screen shot of LbView softwre used for this experiment.
5 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 5 Lbortory Synchronous Mchines Figure 7 shows the digrm of the motor test stnd used for this experiment. The synchronous mchine is ctully woundrotor induction mchine. It will operte s synchronous mchine when dc current is supplied to the rotor. Besides the rotor windings ccessible form the connector box, the mchine lso hs shortcircuited dmper windings on the rotor. Both sides of ech sttor winding (s, bs, cs, n, bn, nd cn terminls) re brought out on the connector box for connection in wye or delt. However, in this experiment, the mchine will be connected in wye. The rotor is wyeconnected internlly, nd the three terminls re brought out (r, br, nd cr). Synchroniztion lmps re connected inbetween the sttor windings nd the line connection (terminls, b, nd c). A threephse switch bypsses these lmps when switched on. This setup cn be used for synchronizing the genertor to the line or for synchronous motor strting. The synchronous mchine is rted t 208 V (linetoline rms), 60 Hz, 200 W. It is 4pole mchine nd thus hs synchronous speed of 1800 RPM. The dc mchine rmture nd field terminls re vilble for connection (A1, A2, F1, nd F2). The mchine is designed to be shuntconnected (rmture nd field in prllel) nd is used to drive the synchronous mchine s genertor or bsorb mechnicl lod when the synchronous mchine is operting s motor.
6 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 6 Lbortory Work Connect the dc nd synchronous mchines to the sources s shown in Figure 5. The dc motor will be connected to the dc supply on the source pnel through the meter box so tht the voltge, current nd power cn be displyed. The synchronous mchine field is connected to the Tenm benchtop dc supply through meter box chnnel s shown. In future experiments, you will use the MgnPower supply insted. However, for this experiment, we need to operte t very low current levels where the MgnPower is unstble. Throughout this experiment, some vrition is llowble in the setting, ±0.05 A. Connect the synchronous mchine rmture terminls to the first nd second chnnels of the meter box s shown. Mke sure the switch on the connection box is in the ON position. Open nd run the correct prmeter mesurement progrm, LbSynchronousMchinePrmetersTenm. Click Zero DC offset on the lbortory softwre to zero the offset in the dc chnnels. After zeroing these chnnels, remove the short circuit wires. The benchtop supply should be set for its mximum output voltge (bout 20 V) nd minimum possible current limit. Unfortuntely, the current limit is not indicted unless the power supply is ctive. Switch on the supply t the bck, but do not enble it on the front. Adjust the voltge to its mximum nd turn the current down using the knobs on the front of the supply. Instll short (the dotted line in Figure 5, on the low side of the third chnnel of the meter box, the synchronous mchine field connection) nd enble the benchtop supply. Verify tht the disply on the LbView progrm is similr to the disply on the benchtop supply, nd turn the current down s low s possible. Disble the supply nd remove the short. Switch on the source pnel nd increse the voltge to 20%. At this time, the dc motor should strt. However, the mchine my not strt since the rmture nd field re being incresed simultneously. If this is the cse, reduce the voltge to zero nd switch off the source pnel circuit breker then connect the motor using the lternte connection shown in Figure 5. This reverses the field flux nd the mchine should strt the next time the source pnel is switched on nd djusted to 15%. If the dc motor is running smoothly, increse the source pnel voltge to 50%. This should correspond to dc voltge of bout 150 V s seen on the computer screen. At this point, the speed will be nerly 1800 RPM. Also, the rmture voltge will hve smll vlue even though the synchronous mchine field current is zero. This is becuse the rotor field poles re slightly mgnetized from previous use. This smll voltge cn be used to determine the number of poles. Write down the frequency displyed on the computer screen. Use the hndheld tchometer t your sttion to mesure the shft speed. From this informtion, the number of poles cn be computed from eqution (1) bove. The number of poles should be n even integer number. Mke sure the Test Type is set to OpenCircuit nd log dt point by clicking Add. Increse the commnded field current to 0.25 A (using the current knob on the front of the Tenm supply) nd log nother dt point. Some devition is cceptble, ±0.05 A. Continue to increse the field current in increments of 0.25 A nd log ech dt point for the entire rnge (up to 2.5 A). You should notice from the wveforms nd rms redings tht the rmture voltge increses nd the rmture current is zero. Decrese the commnded field current to zero.
7 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 7 At this point, the mchine should still be running nd the field current should be zero. The rmture voltge should be very smll. Add the short circuit wires (dshed wires in Figure 5, on the high side of the first two chnnels, the synchronous mchine sttor connections). Chnge the Test Type to ShortCircuit. Log dt point by clicking Add. Increse the commnded field current to 0.25 A nd log nother dt point. Continue to increse the field current in increments of 0.25 A nd log ech dt point for the entire rnge (up to 2.5 A). You should notice the rmture voltge is nerly zero nd the rmture current will increse (linerly with field current). Decrese the commnded field current to zero. Turn the source pnel voltge to zero nd switch off the source pnel. Switch off the Sorenson power supply. Click Sve nd sve the test dt to file.
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9 Synchronous Mchine Prmeter Mesurement 9 Clcultions nd Questions 1. Plot the opencircuit voltge nd shortcircuit current versus field current from the test dt. The mesured opencircuit voltge is in linetoline, so must be converted to linetoneutrl before plotting. Also plot the irgp line V s shown in Figure 2. This cn be,irgp computed s stright line using some of the points with lower vlues of field current. 2. Use one of the opencircuit dt points in the liner region (low field current) to compute the unsturted synchronous rectnce using (7). The 0.25 A or 0.5 A field current points re probbly best for this. 3. Bsed on the rted rmture voltge of V 120V nd rted rmture current of I, rted, rted 0.7A, determine the AFNL nd AFSC for this mchine. Note tht the mesured dt my not contin these exct vlues nd liner interpoltion should be used for ccurcy. Using AFNL nd AFSC compute the shortcircuit rtio using eqution (9). 4. Compute the sturted synchronous rectnce using eqution (7) for the dt which corresponds to rted voltge. Compute corresponding field constnt tht provides the generted voltge given field current, using this sme dt point. Also compute the sturted synchronous rectnce using the shortcircuit rtio s in eqution (10). 5. The rmture resistnce for this mchine is given in the tble below. Compute the exct sturted synchronous rectnce using (8) nd compre it to the clcultion using (7). 6. Compute the field resistnce R f t ech dt point by dividing the field voltge Vf by the field current If. Averge the vlues for ll dt points to obtin vlue for field resistnce. 7. Compile the mchine prmeters in tble similr to the one below. Synchronous Mchine Prmeters Rted rmture voltge Rted rmture current Armture resistnce Field resistnce Unsturted synchronous rectnce V, rted 120V I, rted 0.7 A R R Sturted synchronous rectnce X s Shortcircuit rtio SCR Sturted Field Constnt, Ef/If Kf = X f s,u
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