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Slip of linear and thruster load induction motor with frequency speed control



Slip of linear and thruster load induction motor with frequency speed control



Journal Of Nanjing Forestry University (natural Sciences Edition): 4, 125-127



The theory of the electric motor and torque-speed characteristic curve of the induction motors was used to analyse linear and thruster loads. For an induction motor with frequency speed control, slip did not change with the change in frequency when it was drived by linear load. The changes of slip had a relation with frequency and rating slip when it was drived by thruster load.

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