Basic composition and working principle of industrial generator

- Sep 04, 2018-

Industrial generators are mechanical devices that convert other forms of energy into electricity.Industrial generators are mainly driven by water turbines, steam turbines, diesel engines or other power machines, which convert energy generated by water flow, gas flow, fuel combustion or nuclear fission into mechanical energy, which is then converted into electricity.

So far, industrial generators have been widely used in domestic industry.It comes in many forms because of its use.Overall, however, the theory is based on the laws of electromagnetic induction and electromagnetic force.Because of this, the equipment is usually constructed according to the basic principle: use appropriate magnetic and conductive materials to form magnetic circuits and circuits for electromagnetic induction to generate electromagnetic power, thereby realizing energy conversion.

From the structure of industrial generator, the main components include stator, rotor, end cover and bearing.The stator is mainly composed of the stator core, wire-wrapped winding, machine seat and other structural parts fixing these parts.The rotor mainly includes rotor winding, guard ring, center ring, sliding ring, fan and rotor.

In the current industrial field, the two most commonly used industrial generators are mainly diesel generators and gasoline generators.Now let's introduce the working principle of the two.First, diesel generators are mainly through

A diesel engine drives a generator to turn diesel energy into electricity.

Similarly, driven by the petrol engine, the generator operates to convert the energy of the petrol into electricity.Of course, no matter which type of industrial generator it is, each cylinder does the work in a certain order, when the piston receives the thrust, through the transformation to drive the crankshaft rotation.