After generating Electricity what we get ??????

Discussion in 'General Electronics Chat' started by mkbutan, Mar 4, 2010.

  1. mkbutan

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    hi
    when the electricity is generated from the dinemo how many factorial output we get in form of e.g.:- Current ; Voltage ; Watts ; cosθ ; etc...
     
  2. russ_hensel

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    Could you refine your question. Do you want to know what parameters are necessary to specify what is generated? Even the term generate electricity is not very well defined.
     
  3. retched

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    A dynamo generates a DC voltage of varying voltage and current. The size and speed and even manufacturer will change these values.

    I am rather confused by the question, Are you asking what can possibly be measured from a dynamo?
     
  4. mkbutan

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    no I mean to ask that when electrIcty Is generated on the dames vIa turbInes
     
  5. blueroomelectronics

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    Current and Voltage are generated.
     
  6. Wendy

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    It depends entirely on the design of dynamo or generator, and the source of power driving them. If the source is weak then the electricity won't be very stable.

    As you may have noticed, there are a lot of designs out there.
     
  7. mkbutan

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    or should i ask what is the relation between voltage ; current ; watt's and cosθ
     
  8. retched

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    Thats a hole different can of worms.

    You would still need to know RPM and stator excitement level to get a direct relation.

    The number of windings and the number of turns in each winding relate to the voltage created, and the current is related to the number of times the magnet is passed by the coil, and if its not a permanent magnet motor, it will also depend on the voltage and current in the stator.
     
  9. count_volta

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    Faraday's law maybe.
     
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