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Sunday, January 17, 2016

Single phase alternator

The two poles of the stator winding are connected to each other so that the AC voltages are in phase, so they add.As the rotor (field) turns, its poles will induce AC voltages in the stator (armature) windings. Since one rotor pole is in the same position relative to a stator pole as any other rotor pole, both the stator poles are cut by equal amounts of magnetic lines of force at any time. As a result, the voltages induced in the two poles of the stator winding have the same amplitude or value at any given instant. 

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