Start Date

8-5-2020 12:00 AM

Document Type

Poster Session

Department

Engineering

Advisor

Carlos Lück, PhD

Abstract

The group designed an AC Generator Paralleling System where a three-phase generator would be connected to the grid and allow it to control its supply of real and reactive power to the grid. A synchroscope is used for the determination of any differences in the phase angle between two machines at the time of the synchronization. Materials such as watt meters, resistors, potentiometer, and others were used to design and meet the specifications and standards of the AC Generator Paralleling Method. The group also included a light bulb method in order to check the phase sequence of the two systems.

The other aspect of this report is to include the list of different materials that were in use by the group in order to build the system. Cost and fees that were spent by the group would also be included in this report in order to show the cost of each device and other necessary equipment for the project.

The next part that would be included in this report is the schematic diagram that would show system connections and their components. The experiment section of the report described the basic working principles of the system and how correctly one should operate a device in order to not get shocked or damage the system.

The discussion and conclusion section of this report would summarize the progress and give an estimated time to finish an AC Generator Paralleling Method project.

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AC Generator Paralleling Method

The group designed an AC Generator Paralleling System where a three-phase generator would be connected to the grid and allow it to control its supply of real and reactive power to the grid. A synchroscope is used for the determination of any differences in the phase angle between two machines at the time of the synchronization. Materials such as watt meters, resistors, potentiometer, and others were used to design and meet the specifications and standards of the AC Generator Paralleling Method. The group also included a light bulb method in order to check the phase sequence of the two systems.

The other aspect of this report is to include the list of different materials that were in use by the group in order to build the system. Cost and fees that were spent by the group would also be included in this report in order to show the cost of each device and other necessary equipment for the project.

The next part that would be included in this report is the schematic diagram that would show system connections and their components. The experiment section of the report described the basic working principles of the system and how correctly one should operate a device in order to not get shocked or damage the system.

The discussion and conclusion section of this report would summarize the progress and give an estimated time to finish an AC Generator Paralleling Method project.

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