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Do you know what are the components of a diesel generator set?
June 17, 2022
Diesel generator sets are widely used in the world of power generation equipment, mainly used as emergency backup power for telecommunications, finance, national defense, hospitals, schools, commercial, industrial and mining enterprises and residential, for users, a truly detailed understanding of diesel generator sets, help in the generator failure or equipment needs to be upgraded for an effective solution, the following top Bo power for you to collate some of the diesel generator sets Components of the introduction, to help you better understand the different divisions of diesel generator sets are what.
The engine is the most important part among all the components of a diesel generator. The duty of the engine is to convert the fuel source, diesel, into usable energy and eventually into electrical energy to enable the machine to run.
Basically, as the name suggests - the voltage regulator is mainly used to regulate the voltage generated. It helps in converting AC power to DC power according to the requirements of various appliances. The voltage needs to be regulated to provide a constant current suitable for practical use.
An alternator consists of a rotor and a stator that are responsible for generating electrical energy as an output. A set of conducting coils called the stator is the fixed part of the generator. The rotor is constantly moving to create a rotating electromagnetic field around the stator.
Just like the engine, the fuel system is another key part of the generator. Without it, the generator would not be able to produce the energy it may need. The fuel system needs to store enough fuel for the generator to run for a certain number of hours.
The fuel pump delivers fuel to the engine through the fuel line, while the fuel filter assists in filtering any debris from the fuel before it successfully reaches the engine. Finally, the fuel injector continues to move fuel directly into the engine's combustion chamber.
Like many other types of equipment, generators contain multiple moving parts that require constant refueling to ensure their smooth operation. This is where a lubrication system can help achieve this goal. It also ensures that different parts of the generator are not damaged as well.
Cooling and exhaust systems
Generally speaking, generators give off a lot of waste heat after working for a long time. The job of the cooling system is to prevent overheating and to regulate the temperature of the unit while it is in use. At the same time, an exhaust system is needed to eliminate the harmful gases released by the oil and diesel fuel when the generator is running.
Responsible for controlling all other components, it is also one of the most important parts of the generator. From supervising its operation to checking the efficiency of the equipment, the control panel is able to view many factors.
All the different components mentioned above are placed in this structure - the main assembly frame. Also known as the outer body of the diesel generator - it ensures that the generator is fixed to the ground to prevent any serious problems. It can be of an open design or an enclosed (canopy) design to provide additional protection and sound attenuation. Typically, the enclosed design is used for outdoor diesel generators that must deal with extreme weather.
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