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Two types of rotors are used in Induction motors .VOLTAS. INDUCTION MOTOR: o o o o . Its characteristic features areSimple and rugged construction Low cost and minimum maintenance High reliability and sufficiently high efficiency Needs no extra starting motor and need not be synchronized An Induction motor has basically two parts ± Stator and Rotor The Stator is made up of a number of stampings with slots to carry three phase windings. INDUCTION MOTOR 1.KAMATCHI SUNDARAM.CASE STUDY USING LP Add this site to your Favourites.YARN TESTING y y y y y y y y y y y YARN TESTING YARN EVENNESS-1 YARN EVENNESS-2 YARN HAIRINESS STUDIES ON YARN HAIRINESS BY MR. It is wound for a definite number of poles. Introduction: The Induction motor is a three phase AC motor and is the most widely used machine. The windings are geometrically spaced 120 degrees apart. INDIA BARRE IN FABRIC BARRE CONTROL YARN REQUIREMENT FOR KNITTING LINEAR PROGRAMMING PRODUCT MIX USING LP FOR A SPINNING MILL TEXTILE COSTING FACTORS AFFECTING OVERALL CONTRIBUTION.Squirrel-cage rotor and Wound rotor.

This is the basis for all motor applications. To move a load fast does not require more magnets. The stator is the stationary electrical part of the motor. STATOR WINDINGS. To move a heavier load or to decrease acceleration time (accelerate faster) more magnets (more torque) are needed. Coils of insulated wire are inserted into slots of the stator core. The purpose of every component in a motor is to help harness. control. The stator core of a NEMA motor is made up of several hundred thin laminations. STATOR CONSTRUCTION: The stator and the rotor are electrical circuits that perform as electromagnets.All loads moved by electric motors are really moved by magnetism. When applying an AC drive system it helps to remember you are actually applying magnets to move a load. . and use magnetic force. you just move the magnets fast. Stator laminations are stacked together forming a hollow cylinder.

The stator windings are connected directly to the power source. form an electromagnet. Other types of rotor construction will be mentioned later in the course. The most common type of rotor is the "squirrel cage" rotor. Electromagnetism is the principle behind motor operation.Each grouping of coils. together with the steel core it surrounds. ROTOR CONSTRUCTION: The rotor is the rotating part of the electromagnetic circuit. The rotor consists of a stack of steel laminations with evenly spaced conductor bars around the circumference. . The construction of the squirrel cage rotor is reminiscent of rotating exercise wheels found in cages of pet rodents.

The laminations are stacked together to form a rotor core.com | Privacy The Motor Principle: when a current-carrying conductor is located in an external magnetic field perpendicular to the conductor. The conductor bars are mechanically and electrically connected with end rings. the conductor experiences a force perpendicular to itself and to the external magnetic field. . Page 1 2 3 4 Go Back Go to Top of Page Textiletechinfo. Aluminum is die cast in the slots of the rotor core to form a series of conductors around the perimeter of the rotor. Current flow through the conductors form the electromagnet. The rotor core mounts on a steel shaft to form a rotor assembly.

then the force on the conductor is directed outward from the palm of the right hand. An electric motor consists of a permanent external field magnet (stator) and a coiled conducting ammeter (rotor) which is free to rotate within the field magnet.The right-hand rule for force on a conductor can be used to determine the direction of the force experienced on the conductor: if the right thumb points in the direction of the current in the conductor and the fingers of the right hand point in the direction of the external magnetic field. current is supplied to the armature) connect the armature to an external voltage source. Electric motors are an important application of the motor principle. the permeability of the armature. and the mechanical load connected to the shaft.. Brushes and a commutator (designed differently if A. . the strength of the field magnet. galvanometers. the number of coils on the armature. 1 ampere is the amount of current flowing through two straight parallel conductors 1 meter apart in a vacuum which produces a force 2 × 10-7 newtons per meter of conductor. Analog electric meters (i. The speed of rotation of a motor depends on the amount of current flowing through it.C.C.e. The motor principle is used to form a precise definition of ampere. voltmeters) operate on the motor principle. or D. ammeters.

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