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Transfer Matrix Methods

  • J. S. Rao
Part of the History of Mechanism and Machine Science book series (HMMS, volume 20)

Abstract

Linke [6] measured the main current and exciting current after a short circuit. The main current rose to about 32 times the normal current. Brown Boverie Co. [1] reported that for a 3000 RPM 8800 kva machine, the maximum short circuit current is about 10-20 times that at full load. The current diminishes rapidly, but the steady state value is reached only after several seconds.

Keywords

Short Circuit Transfer Matrix Rotor System Torsional Vibration Transfer Matrix Method 
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