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Asynchronous and Synchronous Machines (EL-208)

(IV SEM EL Session 2017-18)

Tutorial Sheet 1(dated 08.01.2018)
(Basic Concepts)

1) A 3phase, 6pole, 50 Hz induction motor has a slip of 1% at no load and 3% at full load. Determine –
a. synchronous speed,
b. no load and full load speed
c. frequency of rotor current at standstill and at full load

2) A three phase, 4-pole, 50 Hz. Induction motor runs at 4% slip at full load. Determine-
a. Synchronous Speed
b. Rotor speed
c. Frequency of rotor currents at standstill and at running conditions
d. Speed of rotor field w.r.t stator
e. Speed of rotor field w.r.t stator field

3) A 3 phase induction motor has 54 stator slots with 8 conductors per slots and 72 rotor slots with 4
conductors per slot. Find the number of stator and rotor turns/phase.

4) A 6 pole, 50 Hz. Wound rotor induction motor induction motor when supplied at rated voltage and
frequency with slip rings open circuited develop voltage of 100V between any two rings. Under the same
conditions its rotor is now driven by external means at
a. 1000 rpm opposite to the direction of rotation of stator field
b. 1500 rpm in the direction of rotation of stator field
Find the voltage available between slip rings and its frequency in each of these cases.

5) A 3 phase 4 pole, 1440 rpm 50 Hz induction motor has star connected rotor winding having resistance of
0.2 ohms/phase and stand still leakage reactance of 1ohm/phase. When the stator is energised at rated
voltage and frequency, the rotor induced emf at standstill is 120V/phase.
a. Calculate rotor current and rotor pf at the time of starting and full load.
b. If an external resistance of 1ohm/phase is inserted in rotor circuit calculate rotor current and rotor
pf at the time of starting.

6) Prove that the direction of rotating magnetic field reverses by interchanging the phase sequence of the 3
phase supply.

7) Explain the following terms with respect to rotating electrical machines: Pole pitch, coil, full pitch coil,
chording angle, conductor, turn, short pitch coil, distributed winding.

Dr. Priya Mahajan, Associate Prof. EED