the poles of the rotor moves under the armature conductor on the stator , field flux cuts the armature conductors. therefor voltage is generated in these conductors.  the voltage is of alternating nature, since poles of alternate polarity successively pass by a given stator conductor.  A 3-phase alternator has a stator with three set of windings. arranged so that is a matual phase displacement of 120 . these winding are connected in star to a 3-phase output.the voltage generated in each winding is given as equation is called emf equation.
Let, 
     Φ  =  useful flux per pole in webers
      P  =  total number of poles
     Zp =  total number of conductors
     Tp  =  total number of coils or tuns per phase
      n = speed of rotation of rotor in revolution per second (r.p.s.)
      f  = frequency of generated voltage ( Hz )

Since the flux per pole is Φ , each stator conductor cuts flux PΦ.

The average value of generated voltage per conductor 

              =            flux cut per revolution in Wb        
                   time taken for one revolution in seconds

Since n revolution are made in one second, one revolution will be made in 1/n second. therefore the time for one revolution of the armature is 1/n second.


Eav/ conductor = PΦ   = nPΦ     .....................................(1).
                           1/n


We know that 
  
                        f = PN/120 =  Pn/2

                      Pn = 2f

these value put in equation 1 we get ,

 Eav/ conductor = 2fΦ           ........................................(2).

sinc there are  Zp  conductor in series per phase , the average voltage generated per phase is given by

       Eav/ phase = 2fΦ Zp

since one turn or coil has two sides Zp = 2Tp  , the expression for the average generated voltage per phase can be written as
       
        Eav/ phase = 4fΦTp 

for voltage wave , the form factor is given by 

                     Kf = r.m.s.  value/ average value

For a sinusoidal voltage , Kf =1.11 . therefore . the r.m.s. value of generated voltage per phase can be written as 

    Er.m.s. / phase = Kf x Eav / phase = 1.11 x 4fΦTp = 4.44fΦTp

the r.m.s. value of generated voltage per phase is given by 

Ep =  4.44fΦTp
                                                  
Equation has been derived with the following assumptions:
  • Coil have got full pitch.
  • all conductor are concentrated in one stator slot.

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