top of page

Feedback Please !

Public·14 friends

Office Of The Registrar Of Marriages Kenya


CLICK HERE ->>->>->> https://urlin.us/2te3de





The squirrel-cage winding pattern most often associated with AC motors, and which motor manufacturers call an "electrically squirrel-cage" winding, is the most common configuration used in induction motors. In this, the rotor is split into two parts, with the permanently connected conduction winding (i.e., the rotor winding found in the squirrel-cage winding) and the induction winding (the winding that the squirrel cage current passes through) separated by a series of evenly spaced rods, with the ends of these rods once more connected at the end of the assembly. (In typical application, the windings in the rotor share current and a terminal (usually referred to as "butterfly" or "end").) The end winding is then connected across the stator to constitute the armature winding. In this configuration, the rotor more-or-less rotates inside a squirrel cage, while the stator somewhat resembles a solid cylindrical squirrel cage. The squirrel-cage rotating squirrel cage winding is more compact than the outer squirrel-cage winding and therefore less susceptible to the wind resistance and heat losses associated with the outer squirrel-cage two-piece structure. Both variations have their advantages and disadvantages and the decision of the size and design of the winding pattern should be based on the size of the application, and the temperature requirements of the windings during operation.[19]


An electric motor is a device to convert electrical energy (electrical potential) into mechanical energy (force) for use in devices such as vehicles, machines, and other mechanical apparatus. It is one of the most widely used and important devices in modern society. A motor functions by applying a voltage across a wire coil (the armature), which causes the coil to become magnetized and the magnetic field to act on a rotor. As the rotor spins, the magnetic field induces current in the rotor traces that generate a magnetic field surrounding the rotor. Like a magnet, the rotor is pulled toward this field, turning the rotor and causing it to rotate freely. The force of the rotating field of magnets at the rotor is transmitted to gears, shafts, and other mechanical parts in the transmission system through which the motor drives a load. The ECM influenced by the flows of AC current have different construction, such as casings and insulation materials. d2c66b5586






About

Welcome to the Feedback section leave your suggestions and p...

Friends