Induction motor speed


by theanwin
Tags: induction, induction motor, machine, motor, speed
theanwin
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#1
Jan10-14, 03:47 AM
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Hello Everybody,
Can anyone explain, what is thee difference between 'electrical spped' and 'mechanical speed' of rotor in an induction motor? what do they signify? Many literatures say that electrical speed is no of pole pairs times mechanical speed, if somebody can explain...
Thanks
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njoysci
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Jan11-14, 05:01 AM
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Refer to the following explanations: ("electrical speed" means electrical AC frequency)
https://www.emetor.com/glossary/mechanical-speed/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Induction_motor
theanwin
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Jan13-14, 02:02 AM
P: 3
Hey, Thanks for your reply :)


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