The composition and working principle of diesel generators
Working principle of diesel generators
In short, a diesel engine drives a generator.
In the cylinder, the air filtered by the air filter is fully mixed with the high-pressure atomized diesel injected by the fuel injection nozzle. When the piston is squeezed upward, the volume is reduced and the temperature is rapidly increased to reach the ignition point of the diesel. Diesel is ignited, the mixed gas burns violently, and the volume expands rapidly, pushing the piston downward, which is called "work". Each cylinder works in a certain order, and the thrust on the piston passes through the connecting rod and becomes the force that drives the crankshaft to rotate, thereby driving the crankshaft to rotate.
By installing the brushless synchronous alternator coaxially with the crankshaft of the diesel engine, the rotor of the generator can be driven by the rotation of the diesel engine. Using the "electromagnetic induction" principle, the generator will output the induced electromotive force, and the current can be generated through the closed load circuit .
The above is a brief description of the most basic working principle of the generator set by Jiangsu Reed Power Equipment Co., Ltd. for customers. Achieving a usable and stable power output also requires a series of diesel and generator controls, protection devices and circuits.