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When two D.C. series generators are running in parallel, an equilizer bar is used so that two similar machines will pass approximately equal currents to the load.

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If  equalising bar is connected to the 2 DC generators  the current will be equal in 2 generators irrespective of parallel connection so that we connect equaliser bar

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