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# Marine Electrical Engineering

## ( A CONDENSED VERSION FOR EMTI STUDENTS)

AC FUNDAMENTALS
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Alternating Current
 For the same power, An AC Generator/Motor
is smaller, less space consuming and cheaper.
 Maintenance problems associated with the use
of Commutator and brushes etc. eliminated.
 Voltages can be stepped up to higher values
by using Transformers. This helps in
transmission of Power economically over long
distances

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Direct Current
 Higher starting torque as required for
traction devices is possible with DC
motors.
 Finer Speed control possible with simple
cheap devices.
 Constant voltage as required for Electro-
plating and Battery Charging possible.

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AC Terminology - 1
 An alternating quantity is one which acts in
alternate directions and whose magnitude
undergoes a definite cycle of changes at
definite intervals of time.
 A Cycle – a complete change in value and
direction of alternating quantity
 Period – time taken to complete one cycle
 Frequency(Hz) – Number of Cycles per
Second of an alternating quantity.

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Terminology-1
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AC Terminology-2
 Amplitude – Highest value of current or
voltage in a half cycle.(Also called the
maximum value)
 Instantaneous value – Value at any instant
over the whole cycle.
 Sine curve – is the curve of an alternating
quantity in which all the instantaneous values
are proportional to the sine of the angle
moved.
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Terminology-2
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AC Terminology-3
 Phase Angle – The angular displacement
between two or more alternating quantities.
 In Phase – If two alternating quantities reach
their maximum or minimum value at one and
the same time, they are said to be in phase.
 Out of Phase – If two alternating quantities
reach their maximum or minimum value at
different times keeping an equal phase angle
between them, they are said to be out of
phase.
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Terminoloy - 3
Alternating waveforms
“in-phase” & “out-of-phase”

## VOLTAGE CURRRENT IN-PHASE OUT-OF-PHASE

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AC Terminology-4
 Inductive Reactance(xL)- The effective opposition
offered by a pure inductor to the flow of an
alternating current. It is measured in Ohms.
 Capacitive Reactance(xC)- The effective opposition
offered by a pure capacitor to the flow of an
alternating current. It is measured in Ohms.
 Impedance(Z) – The total effective opposition
offered by a series or parallel circuit containing
resistance, inductance and capacitance to the flow of
an alternating current. It is measured in Ohms.
 Power Factor – The ratio between the True Power
and the Apparent Power
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## Power Factor – Its significance

TRUE POWER
P OWER FACTOR = --------------------------- = COS O
AP PARENT POWER

## WITH REFERENCE TO AC POWER GENERATION, APPARENT POWER IS TH E CAPACITY O F TH E ALTERNATOR IN 'KVA'

AND TH E TRUE P OWER IS TH E ACTUAL POWER DELIVERED TO TH E LOAD IN 'KW'

P OWER FACTOR = --------------------------- = COS O
KVA OF ALTERNATOR

## IF A LOAD OF PF 0.9 IS CONNECTED TO A 500KVA ALTERNATOR, TH E ACTUAL POWER DELIVERED = 450 KW

IF A LOAD OF PF 0.8 IS CONNECTED TO A 500 KVA ALTERNATOR, TH E ACTUAL POWER DELIVERED = 400 KW
IF A LOAD OF PF 0.6 IS CONECTED TO A 500 KVA ALTERNATOR, TH E ACTUAL POWER DELIVERED = 300 KW

## TH E PF OF TH E LOAD DECIDES TH E SIZE OF ALTERNATOR, CABLES ETC.

FOR TH E SAME POWER, A LOWER PF INCREASES TH E CURRENT, COPPER LOSSES ETC AND.
DECREASES TH E EFFICIENCY OF GENRATION AND DISTRIBUTION
SUP PLY AUTH ORITIES COMP EL TH E CONSUMERS TO IMPROVE TH EIR PF BY SLAPPING PENALTY CH ARGES FOR P OOR PF

INDUCTIVE LOADS LIKE MOTOR,TUBELIGH TING ETC DECREASE TH E PF, TH E SYSTEM PF CAN BE IMPROVED BY
ADDING CAPACITIVE LOADS LIKE PF CORRECTION CAPACITO RS AND OVER-EXCITED SYNCH RONOUS MOTORS
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Current in A.C.Circuit
 In D.C. Circuit , value of current (I) is given by I = V/R
 In A.C. Circuit, this simple relationship does not hold
good.
 Variations in current set up magnetic effects. With
comparative low-voltage and high currents, magnetic
effects may be large.
 Variations in voltage set up electrostatic effects. In high-
voltage circuits, electrostatic effects are usually
appreciable .
 The current in an A.C.Circuit takes into all the effects
produced by the various components in the circuit

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AC circuit with
Resistance only

V
VOLTAGE AND CURRENT WAVEFORMS ARE IN PH ASE
R I
I
I V
V

## POWER PULSATES BETWEEN ZERO AND CERTAIN MAXIMUM

AND IS ALWAYS POSITIVE
FREQUENCY OF POWER CURVE IS TWICE TH E SUPPLY
POWER CURVE MEAN P OWER FREQUENCY
POSITIVE POWER INDICATES POWER IS DELIVERED TO
SH ADED AREAS REPRESENT ENERGY (POWER X TIME)

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AC Circuit with
Inductance only

V V
I
L TH E CURRENT CURVE LAGS TH E VOLTAGE CURVE BY 90°%D%%

I I
POWER CURVE IS A SINE CURVE OF DOUBLE TH E FREQUENCY
V OF VOLTAGE AND CURRENT

## A POSITIVE POWER INDICATES TH AT POWER IS SUPPLIED TO

+ +
A NEGATIVE POWER INDICATES TH AT POWER IS RETURNED
FROM TH E LOAD TO TH E SOURCE.

## AREAS ABOVE H ORIZONTAL AXIS INDICATE TH AT ENERGY IS

SUPPLIED BY TH E SOURCE TO TH E CIRCUIT

## AREAS BELOW TH E H ORIZONTAL AXIS INDICATE TH AT ENERGY

IS BEING RETURNED TO TH E SOURCE

## REFERRING TO TH E POWER CURVE, IT WILL BE SEEN TH AT

TH E TOTAL AREA ABOVE TH E H ORIZONTAL AREA EQUALS TH E
- - AREAS BELOW TH E H ORIZONTAL AXIS. H ENCE TH E TOTAL
ENERGY SUPPLIED IS ZERO.

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AC Circuit with
Capacitance Only

V
I
C I TH E CURRENT CURVE LEADS TH E VOLTAGE CURVE BY 90°%D%%

## V P OWER CURVE IS A SINE CURVE OF DOUBLE TH E FREQUENCY

I V OF VOLTAGE AND CURRENT

## A P OSITIVE PO WER INDICATES TH AT P OWER I S SUP PLIED TO

+ +
A NEGATIVE POWER INDICATES TH AT POWER IS RETURNED TO
TH E SOURCE

## SH ADED AREAS REPRESENT ENERGY (POWER X TIME)

POWER CURVE
AREAS ABOVE H ORIZONTAL AXIS INDICATE TH AT ENERGY IS
SUP PLIED TO TH E CIRCUIT

## AREAS BELOW TH E H O RIZO NTAL AXIS INDICATE TH AT ENERGY

IS BEING RETURNED TO TH E SOURCE

## REFERRING TO TH E P OWER CURVE, IT WILL BE SEEN TH AT

TH E TOTAL AREA ABOVE TH E H ORIZONTAL AREA EQUALS TH E
AREAS BELOW TH E H O RIZO NTAL AXIS. H ENCE TH E TOTAL
- -
ENERGY SUP PLIED IS ZERO.

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AC Circuit with
Resistance and Inductance

## CURRENT LAGS BEH IND TH E VOLTAGE BY AN ANGLE =

V V
L R I
I
I
POWER CURVE IS A SINE CURVE OF DOUBLE TH E FREQUENCY
V OF VOLTAGE AND CURRENT

## A P OSITIVE POWER INDICATES TH AT POWER IS SUPPLIED TO

A NEGATIVE POWER INDICATES TH AT POWER I S RETURNED TO
TH E SOURCE
+ +
SHADED AREAS REPRESENT ENERGY (POWER X TIME)

## AREAS ABOVE H ORIZONTAL AXIS INDICATE TH AT ENERGY IS

POWER CURVE SUPPLIED TO TH E CIRCUIT

## MEAN POWER = VI Cos O AREAS BELOW TH E H ORIZONTAL AXIS INDICATE TH AT ENERGY

IS BEING RETURNED TO TH E SOURCE

## REFERRING TO TH E POWER CURVE, IT WILL BE SEEN TH AT

TH E TOTAL AREA ABOVE TH E H ORIZONTAL AREA IS MORE TH AN
- - AREAS BELOW TH E H ORIZONTAL AXIS. HENCE TH E TOTAL NET
ENERGY SUPPLIED IS POSITIVE

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## Wattful and Wattless components of

Power in AC system

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