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Mechanical Power Of When Input Power Is Given
Mechanical Power=Input Power-(Armature Current*Armature Current*Armature resistance) GO
Armature Induced Voltage Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power
Induced voltage=Converted Power/Armature Current GO
Armature Current Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power
Armature Current=Converted Power/Induced voltage GO
Efficiency of Machine
Gear Efficiency=Output Power/Input Power GO
Torque Of Series DC Generator Using Input Power
Torque=Input Power/Angular Velocity GO
Power Loss
Power Loss=Input Power-Output Power GO
Angular Speed Of Series DC Generator Using Torque
Angular Speed=Input Power/Torque GO
Slip When The Copper Loss Is Given
Slip=Rotor Cu Loss*Input Power GO
Slip When Input Power Is Given
Slip=Rotor Cu Loss*Input Power GO
Rotor Copper Loss
Rotor Cu Loss=Slip*Input Power GO
Gross Mechanical Power
Power=(1-Slip)*Input Power GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Core Loss Using Overall Efficiency Of Dc Motor
Core Losses=Power Loss-Mechanical Losses GO

Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power Formula

Core Losses=Input Power-Mechanical Losses-Converted Power-Stray Losses
Lc=P<sub>in</sub>-Lm-Pcon-Ls
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Armature Resistance Of Series DC Generator Using Voltage GO
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Kf Of Series DC Generator GO
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Torque Of Series DC Generator Using Kf GO
Kf Of Series DC Generator Using Torque GO
Magnetic flux Of Series DC Generator Using Torque GO
Power Generated By A Series DC Generator GO
Angular Speed Of Series DC Generator Using Generated Power GO
Torque Of Series DC Generator Using Generated Power GO
Torque Of Series DC Generator Using Angular Speed And Armature Current GO
Angular Speed Of Series DC Generator Using Torque GO
Load Power Of Series DC Generator GO
Torque Of Series DC Generator Using Input Power GO
Converted Power Of Series DC Generator GO
Converted Power Of Series DC Generator Using Input Power GO
The Stray Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power GO
mechanical Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power GO

What is a DC generator used for?

A DC generator is an electrical device used for generating electrical energy. The main function of this device is to change mechanical energy into electrical energy. There are several types of mechanical energy sources available such as hand cranks, internal combustion engines, water turbines, gas and steam turbines.

How to Calculate Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power?

Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power calculator uses Core Losses=Input Power-Mechanical Losses-Converted Power-Stray Losses to calculate the Core Losses, The Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power formula is defined as the same as the Iron losses. Core Losses and is denoted by Lc symbol.

How to calculate Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power, enter Input Power (Pin), Mechanical Losses (Lm), Converted Power (Pcon) and Stray Losses (Ls) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power calculation can be explained with given input values -> 10 = 40-10-12-8.

FAQ

What is Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power?
The Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power formula is defined as the same as the Iron losses and is represented as Lc=Pin-Lm-Pcon-Ls or Core Losses=Input Power-Mechanical Losses-Converted Power-Stray Losses. Input Power is the power, which is required by the appliance at its input i.e., from the plug point, Mechanical Losses is the losses associated with the mechanical friction of the machine, Converted power is the power we get after removing all losses from the input power and Stray Losses is the additional eddy loss in any part other than core and winding conductors.
How to calculate Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power?
The Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power formula is defined as the same as the Iron losses is calculated using Core Losses=Input Power-Mechanical Losses-Converted Power-Stray Losses. To calculate Core Losses Of Series DC Generator Using Converted Power, you need Input Power (Pin), Mechanical Losses (Lm), Converted Power (Pcon) and Stray Losses (Ls). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Input Power, Mechanical Losses, Converted Power and Stray Losses and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Core Losses?
In this formula, Core Losses uses Input Power, Mechanical Losses, Converted Power and Stray Losses. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Core Losses=Power Loss-Mechanical Losses
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