Brief summary

Generator synchronization, excitation, and load sharing are critical components of the operation of electric power generating systems.

Generator synchronization refers to the process of bringing multiple generators into phase with each other, so that they can operate together as a single power source. This ensures that the power output of the generators is consistent and stable, and that the voltage and frequency of the generated power are regulated.

Excitation is the process of controlling the voltage of a generator by adjusting the magnetic field produced by the generator’s exciter. The exciter is responsible for maintaining the generator’s output voltage and providing a stable voltage reference to the generator control system.

Load sharing refers to the distribution of electrical load between multiple generators in a power generation system. Load sharing helps to balance the load on each generator, which improves the efficiency and reliability of the overall power generation system.


Design, Engineering & Supply of Synchronization & AVR Excitation Control Panels, Controllers & Spares
System Assessment & Maintenance Services
nstallation, Commissioning & Testing.
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