frequency difference

Difference between 50Hz and 60Hz frequency

50Hz vs 60Hz in operational speed The primary distinction between fifty rate (Hertz) and sixty rate (Hertz) is, well, 60Hz is two hundredth higher in frequency. For a generator or induction motor pump (in straightforward terms) it means that 1500/3000 revolutions per minute or 1800/3600 revolutions per minute (for 60Hz). Lower the frequency are going…

frequency converter

How to convert 60Hz to 50Hz frequency

What is 50Hz, 60Hz? Alternating current (AC) is dynamical the direction of this periodically; Cycle is that the time of a rotary modification of this; Frequency is that the times of the current changes per second, unit Hertz (Hz). AC current direction changes fifty or sixty cycles per second, in accordance with a hundred or…

generator failure

The main causes of voltage drop in generator

Generator voltage drop causes: Generally we all are know generator voltage drop is mainly depend on the speed and frequency of the generator system. here we will see about some causes of generator voltage drops 1). Main case of voltage drop in generator is applied load, the load applying in generator always should be lesser…


Difference between Statically induced e.m.f and Dynamically induced e.m.f

what is Induced e.m.f: Generally induced e.m.f is  nothing but whenever current carrying conductor placed in the magnetic field that conductor get induced and produce the electro magnetic force. there are  two types of induced e.m.f is there. they are given below, , i) Dynamically induced e.m.f ii) statically induced e.m.f   Dynamically induced e.m.f:- We…

induction motor working principle

Classification of Electrical Motors

Electrical Motor: Generally electrical motor is to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy. now a days electrical motors are doing significant role in industrial as well as domestic uses. Types of Electrical Motor: there are different types of electric motor in the electrical field. main classification of electric motor is based on the supply voltage….

transformer oil

Collecting Oil Sample from Oil Immersed Transformer

Why we collect oil from transformer: Generally we knows transformer is used to transfer the power supply from one place to another without changing the frequency. transformers playing vital role in the power generation and transformation areas. transformer also called static induction machine. because its working on induction principle. moreover oil is the important component…

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