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How Motor Really Works?

The basic working of a motor is based on the fact that when ‘a current carrying conductor is placed in a magnetic field, it experiences a force’. If you take… Read more

Feb 08, 2013 | Edvard

Motor action

Stator Overheating Protection

All motors need protection against overheating resulting from overload, stalled rotor, or unbalanced stator currents. Consequently, to be sure that there will be an overload element in the most heavily… Read more

Nov 19, 2012 | Edvard

Stator Overheating Protection

Few Words About Synchronous Machines

There are two main types of synchronous machine: cylindrical rotor and salient pole. In general, the former is confined to 2 and 4 pole turbine generators, while salient pole types… Read more

Nov 06, 2012 | Edvard

Gearless synchronous generator for wind power plants developed by SIEMENS

Motors for Hazardous Areas

Electrical drives/motors that are operated in hazardous areas must be built and engineered so that they cannot become an ignition source. This applies not only to normal operating and starting, but also… Read more

Nov 02, 2012 | Edvard

Motors for Hazardous Areas

Few Words About Three-Phase Alternator

The three-phase alternator, as the name implies, has three single-phase windings spaced such that the voltage induced in any one phase is displaced by 120º from the other two. A… Read more

Oct 20, 2012 | Edvard

Few Words About Three-Phase Alternator
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