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a synchronous condenser is over excited synchronous motor under no load


Unlike a static condenser (capacitor bank), the value of reactive power from a synchronous condenser can be continuously adjusted. A synchronous condenser also has other advantages over static condensers such as: - not being affecting by harmonics (some harmonics can even be absorbed by a synch condenser) - producing no switching transients


A synchronous condenser is physically an electric generator/motor without a mechanical power source. Electrically a synchronous condenser changes the timing between rise and fall of current compared to voltage (phase angle). They also use stored energy to smooth small power fluctuations.


If a motor is spinning under no load, it is storing some energy in the rotating mass. This energy can be stored and released in the same way capacitors and inductors store and release energy. This is what a synchronous motor acting like a condenser is doing. The way it appears to the power system is dependent upon the field current applied to it. If used as a motor, this is controlled to keep it spinning at the desired speed under load. If used as a condenser, it is controlled to determine whether it will be releasing power ahead of or behind the power system (absorbing or releasing VARs).


mainly alternator,synchronous motor comes under the synchronous machine.a synchronous motor is not a self starting motor.if a synchronous motor moves with more than synchronous speed then it acts as a synchronous generator.


The main difference between synchronous generators and synchronous motors is that a synchronous generator supplies power. Otherwise, it would be just like a synchronous motor.


The Synchronous motor becomes a Synchronous generator when the speed of rotor increase from the rotating magnetic field of the stator.


By definition a synchronous generator must be synchronous. If it is not "locked in" it is not a synchronous generator, but an induction machine.


Liebig condenser, Vigreaux column, Snyder column, West condenser, Allihn condenser, Graham condenser, Dimroth condenser, Friedrichs condenser. There are no shortage of these!


Synchronous motors are those that run only at Synchronous speed ie.. constant speed.


A synchronous motor runs at synchronous speed, so there is no slip, or zero slip.


The synchronous children were all born in 1999.


Because they rotate at synchronous speed, the speed which is fixed by supply frequency & no. of poles. This speed is independent of load connected to it. Synchronous speed = 120*frequency/no. of poles


Refrigerant enters the condenser as a vapor and condenses into a liquid as it passes through the condenser and transfers heat to the air flowing through the condenser fins.


Synchronous motors operate at the Synchronous speed of the motor which is governed by the frequency of the applied voltage. The slip of the motor (the ratio of the difference between the synchronous speed and the rotor speed to the synchronous speed) is zero. Asynchronous motors operate at speeds lower than the Synchronous speed of the motor. These motors have a positive slip.


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Which condenser are you asking about? There are a couple things that are called a condenser.


Synchronous motors are only really needed when the speed must be maintained at a precisely constant RPM. A synchronous motor operates at precisely synchronous speed as determined by RPM=120f/p.


Explain the Principle and working of synchronous motor


Synchronous motors run at synchronous speed, where as induction motors run at slightly lesser speed of synchronous speed.



If the synchronous motor is running near synchronous speed, it will begin rotating at synchronous speed when DC is applied to the rotor. Source: Electrical Machines, Drives, and Power Systems Theodore Wildi Section 17.3



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