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Computer design development: Principal papers by Earl E. Swartzlander Jr.

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Of the currents of both squirrel cages, /i /2, and the reactance voltage of this squirrel cage, in (5), thus IBJXI (/i /a)- + + seen, the difference between E l and |J 2 is the voltage induced by the flux which leaks between the two squirrel cages, in As the path of the reactance, # 2 or the reactance voltage, #2/2? the difference between $ and #1 is the voltage induced by the rotor , This has the flux leaking outside of the outer squirrel cage. f. /i voltage xi, /a> The difference between Q and $ is the voltage #1 (/i /2).

Range of load, and only at light-load the As seen from below Thus, good constant-speed regulation at any speed be would low to produced down speeds, very synchronism, at a corresponding sacrifice of efficiency, however by the use of suitable pyro-electric conductors in the motor armature. The only objection to the use of such pyro-electric resistances the difficulty of producing stable pyro-electric conductors, and permanent terminal connections on such conductors. is B. Condenser Speed Control 11.

Are the voltages reduced to full frequency; the actual voltages are s times as high, but since all three terms in these equations are induced voltages, the 5 cancels. 21. From the equations (1) to (6) follows: (7) (9) INDUCTION MOTOR 31 where: a\ = 1 &2 = 5! -- TlT-2, /, o r2 \ri thus the exciting current /oo (10) 2 -J- r2 : = YoE ^ E,(g~- jb) (ai = ^ (6i+j6 2 ), (ID 2 where: (12) and the total primary current is (3) : (13) where: 0,=- + i (14) and the primary impressed voltage (6) : (r where : + (16) hence, absolute: - "0 * io 22.

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