Short circuit ratio

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Short circuit ratio or SCR is a measure of the stability of an electromechanical generator.[1] It is the ratio of field current required to produce rated armature voltage at open circuit to the field current required to produce the rated armature current at short circuit.[1][2]

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  1. ^ a b Lawrence F. Drbal; Patricia G. Boston; Kayla L. Westra; Black & Veatch. Power Plant Engineering (1996 ed.). Springer. p. 241.
  2. ^ A.K.Sawney (2011). A Course in Electrical Machine Design (6th ed.). Dhanpat Rai and co. p. 11.18.