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It is essential to supply electric power at rated voltage and frequency to the consumers for efficient and safe operation of electric equipment or other appliances under varying conditions of load connected in power system. The dependence of output voltage and frequency of Self-Excited Induction Generator (SEIG) on its speed, load and terminal capacitance poses limitations on its use in public sector utilities for power generation. In power systems, the utility of SEIG as stand alone machine has started gaining importance when power engineers encountered difficult situations for installation of transmission and distribution lines in the remote areas due to difficult geographical conditions.
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