What things use electric motors? Computer. One of the most common household appliances ever since the dawn of the Internet! … Refrigerator. Another common household appliance, the refrigerator…

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Iron core loss is the major loss in electrical machines. It performs up to 25% of total machine losses. The machine efficiency calculation requires an accurate prediction of…

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The efficiency is raised by reducing the magnetizing current. Motor manufacturers accomplished this by increasing the steel stack length (core length). The copper losses also can be reduced…

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Electric motor designs can vary quite a lot, though in general they have three main parts: a rotor, a stator and a commutator. These three parts use the…

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Typical examples are frame numbers 48, 56, 145, and 215. The frame number relates to the “D” dimension (distance from center of shaft to center bottom of mount)….

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What is the most powerful electric boat motor? Norwegian startup Evoy has developed what is claimed to be the most powerful electric outboard with an output equivalent to…

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Functionally, slip rings provide a continuous transfer of power, signals, or data. Specifically, in AC motors, they transfer resistance to the rotor windings. Commutators, on the other hand,…

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An induction motor always runs at a speed less than synchronous speed because the rotating magnetic field which is produced in the stator will generate flux in the…

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History was made when Thomas Davenport of Vermont invented the first official battery-powered electric motor in 1834. This was the first electric motor that had enough power to…

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When was the induction electric motor invented? 1887 How does an induction motor start? When the supply is connected to the stator of a three-phase induction motor, a…

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