Application Considerations for Electric Induction Motors
Application Considerations for Electric Induction Motors (1995)-In 1888, Nikola Tesla invented the induction motor, known as the "workhorse of industry." The motor is simple, rugged and requires very little maintenance. In order to optimize the performance of a motor and to insure long, trouble-free operation, it must be applied properly. The purpose of this paper is to define the makeup of a comprehensive motor specification and to discuss those environmental and power supply characteristics that are important in properly applying the motor to its load. In addition, this paper will briefly discuss the "high-efficiency" motor, how it differs from the standard design, and the benefits that it can provide under certain conditions.
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