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motor generator

n
(Electrical Engineering) a generator driven by an electric motor, by means of which the voltage, frequency, or phases of an electrical power supply can be changed
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The report goes on o say: "The more-powerful, high-voltage motor generators and traction motors for strong hybrid and pure electric vehicles are improving rapidly.
The project for the renewal of electromechanical equipment in the power plant Mottec envisages replacing the two motor generators of machine groups 2 and 3 by two new, identical, horizontal machines, each with 37 MVA power.
2 horizontal, synchronous motor generators with 37 MVA power
The main static converters (MSCs) replace the traditional 650kW motor generators, an essential part of the submarine's onboard electrical power system.
Installation involved removal and clearance of the original motor generators and their seatings, welding in new seatings and structure to accept the main static converters and fitting of bed plates.
In working with ABB, our aim will be to provide our customers with electrical motor generators and motor repair and maintenance services that are second to none in the region.
The models carrying the system, equipped with direct-injection engines, compact motor generators and compact 36-volt batteries, also meet 2010 fuel consumption standards required by the government, it said.
Technology has advanced from sparkgap converters to motor generators, magnetic multipliers and mains frequency, all with fixed frequency outputs and options on manual or automatic controls.