CURRENT SHEETS EQUIVALENT TO END WINDING CURRENTS OF INDUCTION MOTOR ROTOR AND DETERMINATION OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD IN THE END ZONE. Part II. Flux densities due to rotor end winding

J.A. Tegopoulos (National Technical University of Athens 42, 28th October Str.,Athens, Greece TT 10682)
P.P. Yannopoulos‐Lascaratos (National Technical University of Athens 42, 28th October Str.,Athens, Greece TT 10682)

Abstract

The end winding current distribution of the squirrel cage rotor consists of (Fig.1) : a peripheral current flowing in the end ring of the cage placed at a distance ar from the end core plane, 2) an axial current flowing in the straight part of the

Citation

Tegopoulos, J.A. and Yannopoulos‐Lascaratos, P.P. (1992), "CURRENT SHEETS EQUIVALENT TO END WINDING CURRENTS OF INDUCTION MOTOR ROTOR AND DETERMINATION OF THE MAGNETIC FIELD IN THE END ZONE. Part II. Flux densities due to rotor end winding", COMPEL - The international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering, Vol. 11 No. 1, pp. 113-116. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb051765

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MCB UP Ltd

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