equalizing current

equalizing current

[′ē·kwə‚līz·iŋ ‚kər·ənt]
(electricity)
Current that circulates between two parallel-connected compound generators to equalize their output.
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Therefore, from the electrical dynamics alone we can measure the equalizing currents for an eccentric rotor.
If the rotor happens to be concentric and if the stator is electromagnetically symmetric, there will be no equalizing currents even if the equalizing links are short circuited.
In case of an eccentric rotor, obviously, there will be no net equalizing currents flowing when the equalizing links are not short circuited.