## How do you calculate motor synchronous?

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The synchronous speed of an AC motor is determined by the frequency of the source and the number of poles. The RPM is calculated by multiplying the frequency times 60 and dividing by the number of pairs of poles.

**How do you calculate the efficiency of a synchronous generator?**

EMF Equation of Synchronous Generator

- VRMS = 1.11 x 4fΦT.
- VRMS = 4.44fΦT Volts.
- VPH = 4.44 Kc Kd f ΦTPH
- VPH = 4.44 Kf Kc Kd f ΦT Volts.
- Ea = KΦaNs
- VΦ = Ea – jXsIa – RaIa
- η = (POUT / PIN) * 100%
- PIN = POUT + PCu + PIron + PMech + PStray

### What is synchronous formula?

The synchronous speed is given by the formula: N s = 120 f P. For f is the frequency. P is the number of poles. Ns is synchronous speed.

**How do you calculate armature current of a synchronous generator?**

- Armature current. The line current can be found from the apparent power: S=√3VLLILIL=400,000√3480IL=481A.
- Generator efficiency. To find the efficiency it is first necessary to find the input power. Using simpliifed generator power flow:
- Prime mover torque. The input power is mechanically given by. Pin=τωs.

#### What is armature current synchronous motor?

Armature windings are the windings where the main voltage is induced (stator windings for synchronous machines). The rotor of a synchronous machine is a large electromagnet. The magnetic poles can be either salient (sticking out of rotor surface) or non-salient construction.

**What is the efficiency of synchronous motor?**

Synchronous motors can achieve efficiencies of >90% in some cases and are generally more energy-efficient than induction motors.

## How do you calculate motor speed?

For an AC motor, the number of poles and the frequency determine the no-load RPM….At 60 Hz, a motor with two poles operates at 3,600 RPM with no load and about 3,450 RPM with a load:

- (Hz x 60 x 2) / number of poles = no-load RPM.
- (60 x 60 x 2) / 4.
- 7,200 / 2 = 3,600 RPM.

**How is slip of motor calculated?**

Slip speed is the speed difference between the Synchronous speed and Rotor speed. Slip speed = Synchronous speed – Rotor speed = Ns -N. Slip, s = (Ns – N) / Ns.