Self-excited generator, Electrical Engineering

The magnetic field can be supplied by coils supplied from the output of the generator itself. This is known as self-excitation.There are three ways that the field coils can be connected to the armature. In parallel (shunt connected), in series (series connected) or a mix of both (compound connected).The equivalent circuit representation of a shunt-connected electrical generator: 

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Never operate a shunt-connected generator without an electrical load connected 

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