Performance Consideration for Selecting a Static Excitation Systemby Richard C. Schaefer, Basler Electric, Highland, IL, USA,
W. J. Frierdich, Basler Electric, Highland, IL, USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Waterpower '85
Abstract: Many hydropower plants today are being upgraded with new static exciter/regulator systems to replace the old existing rotary exciters. One type of system is the semi-inverting system where only a positive rectified voltage is applied to the generator field. And the second type is a static exciter/regulator system having the ability to provide both a positive or negative dc voltage to the field. This can decrease the generator voltage recovery time during a full load rejection accompanied by a hydroturbine overspeed condition. Contrary to popular opinion, negative field forcing has little effect on the initial voltage overshoot.
Subject Headings: Statics (mechanics) | Power plants | Electrical systems | Hydro power | Excitation (physics) | Electric power | Existing buildings | Load factors
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