What is diesel electric power plant?
Diesel electric power plant is a power plant in which a diesel engine is used as the prime mover for the generation of electrical energy. The diesel engine obtains energy from a liquid fuel usually called the diesel oil and converts it into mechanical energy.
What are the 3 parts of a generator?
Generators contain an engine, a fuel system, an alternator and a voltage regulator, as well as cooling, exhaust and lubrication systems.
What are the 2 major components of an electric generator?
The main components of an electric generator can be broadly classified as follows:
- Fuel System.
- Voltage Regulator.
- Cooling and Exhaust Systems.
- Lubrication System.
- Battery Charger.
- Control Panel.
What is the function of diesel generator?
Diesel generators are very useful machines that produce electricity by burning diesel fuel. These machines use a combination of an electric generator and a diesel engine to generate electricity. Diesel generators convert some of the chemical energy, contained by the diesel fuel, to mechanical energy through combustion.
What are the types of diesel power plant?
Diesel power plants are divided into two main classes: stationary and mobile. Stationary diesel power plants use four-stroke diesel engines (less frequently, two-stroke diesel engines), with power ratings of 110, 220, 330, 440, and 735 kilowatts (kW).