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self-excited

[¦self ik′sīd·əd]
(electricity)
Operating without an external source of alternating-current power.
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In this case, for an MG supplied solely by a self-excited induction generator, an IM/SEIG active power ratio of 4/5 is considered.
Symmetrical load differential VCO with two-tailed current sources and self-excited tube structure
Concerning the effects of the rotational velocity (Figure 11), by considering the friction coefficient constant with the angular speed, also the friction force will be constant, which represents energy source of self-excited vibrations that cause the squeal.
Based on this consideration, this study carries out power system model identification according to the frequency domain self-excited method, and then the low-order system can be utilized to approximate the original system, which greatly reduces the calculation complicatedness and improves the calculation effectiveness.
"Performance Analysis of Self-regulated and Self-excited Six-phase Induction Generator." In Sustainable Energy and Intelligent Systems (SEISCON 2011), International Conference on, July 20-22, 480-484.
Butterfield, "Investigation of self-excited induction generators for wind turbine applications", in IEEE Thirty-Fourth IAS Industry Applications Conf., Arizona, 1999, pp.
It will be proved and extended, in Section 2, to general self-excited systems with multiple nonlinearities.
Watanabe, "All-digital MEMS tuning-fork self-excited vibration control by phase-relation using TAD-based ADPLL," in Proceedings of the 13th IEEE International NEW Circuits and Systems Conference, NEWCAS, pp.
Also, the current research interest in proposing novel multiscroll chaotic systems with self-excited or hidden attractors to increase the complexity has augmented considerably.