THE IMPACT OF PACKET LENGTH STEEL STATOR ASYNCHRONOUS MOTORS ON THE LEVEL OF UTILIZATION OF ACTIVE MATERIALS
Analyzes the impact of packet length steel stator on the utilisation of active materials at a fixedpoint on the motor shaft. Increasing the length of the steel stator package is accompanied by an increase as a function of time and volume of active materials. Thus it appears that, in General, increases the degree of use of the materials in volume of the active core of the induction motor.
Authors: M. A. Vaganov, Yu. A. Grubman, M. V. Demina, I. A. Pimenova
Direction: Electrical Engineering
Keywords: Package length steel stator, the volume of the active core, the degree of use of materials DWI-gates, the number of pairs of poles, winding data, the number of turns of phase, the cross-sectional area about the Vodnik, wound rotor, briefly closed rotor, the cross-sectional area of the rod
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