Posts Tagged ‘synchronous motors’

Brushless synchronous motor field exciters

May 12th, 2016 | 3 Comments | Posted in Energy Efficiency - motors
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If either your industrial operations already use synchronous motors or if you are designing a new industrial process that could greatly benefit from the perks of a synchronous motor, probably you have given some thought about the guts of this type of motor.

Now let one of our fellow members of the community D.Ros tell you more about it. Enjoy!

Synchronous motor

Synchronous motor


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The renaissance of synchronous motor control strategies

May 5th, 2016 | 2 Comments | Posted in Energy Efficiency - motors
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Hi dears! Today D.Ros gives us the next article of his article series about motors. As usual, it is very interesting ; just judge by yourself:

Since electrical motors have been around, the cornerstone of heavy duty industrial operations (as crushers, grinders, mills, hoists, blowers, chippers, mixers, compressors, centrifugal pumps, exhausters, etc.) have been driven with synchronous motors for their high power and most efficient way to convert alternating current into mechanical energy; as for, different to asynchronous (induction) motors, their main source of magnetic field is derived from direct current injection rather than through the air-gap.

Ball and SAG mills powered by synchronous motors

Figure 1: Ball & SAG mills powered by synchronous motors in an ore crushing operation

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Synchronous And Asynchronous Motors – Where To Use Them?

September 15th, 2014 | 4 Comments | Posted in Energy Efficiency - motors
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Many people often get confused with the terms Synchronous and Asynchronous motors and what exactly are their applications. That’s exactly why one of the newest members of the Electrical Engineering Community wrote this article. Check it below:

The following information deals with the general working principles of Synchronous and Asynchronous motors, their advantages and where are they normally used and what can be achieved using each of these motors.

Synchronous And Asynchronous Motors

Let us first concentrate on their working principles…

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