Elementary generator is an example of single-phase generators with two poles
Armature of revolving armature single-phase generator with 4 windings and its output sine wave.
Workmen with one of the two Westinghouse alternators used in the original 1891 Ames Hydroelectric AC power installation
Single phase generator with four poles
Interior view, 1895 Ames powerhouse
Diagram of revolving field single-phase generator with two poles
Overall view of Ames plant, early 20th century
Diagram of revolving field single-phase generator with four poles
2010 exterior view of Ames Power Station, built 1905.
In-conduit hydro turbine with single-phase generator at St. Louis Municipal Electric Power Plant in 1902
Pelton wheel on the left connected to single-phase generator on the right at Walchensee hydro station.
Single-phase generator driven by steam engine at St. Louis Municipal Electric Power Plant in 1902 (right)
Neckarwestheim Nuclear Power Plant

The system consisted of two identical 100-hp Westinghouse single-phase alternators (the largest the company made at the time).

- Ames Hydroelectric Generating Plant

In 1891, a 3,000 volts and 133 Hz single-phase generator of 100 horsepower was installed at Ames Hydroelectric Generating Plant which was belt-connected with Pelton water wheel.

- Single-phase generator
Elementary generator is an example of single-phase generators with two poles

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