This is the second post of series about the Technical Museum Nikola Tesla. To see the first post, click in following button.
I was in Zagreb, Croatia’s capital and visited the Technical Museum Nikola Tesla. It is a huge museum and this is the first part of series.
Did you know that commercial planes have a turbine which aren’t in wings? It is the auxiliary power unit and this post’s subject.
Some solids lose all resistance to electrical current in certain conditions. This is the superconductivity phenomenon and today’s subject.
A man with flying suit flew in Brighton Pier, England. Broke it’s own record speed.
This post is about a comparison between asynchronous and synchronous generators. Showing main advantages and disadvantages of both.
The asynchronous generator is also called induction generator. It is used in small hydropower plants and wind turbines.
I received requests to write about two types of universal motor: conductively and inductively compensated. This post can be considered as the second part of universal motor operation.
This is the second part of synchronous generator. The subject is an introduction about ways to provide direct current to synchronous machine’s rotor.
Synchronous generators are used in many types of power plants to convert mechanical energy of turbines in electrical energy.