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Contains articles on the applications and other relevant technology. Electronic applications include analog and digital circuits employing thin films and active devices such as Josephson junctions. Power applications include magnet design as well asmotors, generators, and power transmission
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IEEE Power Engineering Review, 1991
IEE Colloquium on Permanent Magnet Machines, 1988
Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1905
At the last International Electrical Congress, the writer presented a paper on the “Leakage Reactance of Induction Motors,” in which a new leakage element was described, with results of experiment and calculation. A method of calculating the other leakage elements was also outlined. This method, based upon fundamental principles, was checked by a long series of experiments, and while not ...
Proceedings of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 1912
The following treatment of the starting of synchronous motors is intended to apply to polyphase motors and has been worked out for those of the revolving field type, but can doubtless be so modified as to apply to motors of the revolving armature type as well. The analytical treatment of the subject applies to motors with definite pole construction. The ...
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At the last International Electrical Congress, the writer presented a paper on the “Leakage Reactance of Induction Motors,” in which a new leakage element was described, with results of experiment and calculation. A method of calculating the other leakage elements was also outlined. This method, based upon fundamental principles, was checked by a long series of experiments, and while not new fundamentally, may have some points of novelty in its details. In the present paper this method will be more fully developed and applied to the design of Induction Motors. The leakage elements will be expressed in a novel form and a new method will be employed for the calculation of the power factor. A method of calculating the exciting current will be given with corroborative data. Some new design constants will also be developed.
The following treatment of the starting of synchronous motors is intended to apply to polyphase motors and has been worked out for those of the revolving field type, but can doubtless be so modified as to apply to motors of the revolving armature type as well. The analytical treatment of the subject applies to motors with definite pole construction. The writer has not investigated in any way starting of motors of the round rotor type, such as are used in the construction of large high-speed turbo-generators.
The development in the application of electric drive to the lumber industry has been exceptionally rapid. Successful sawmill companies are now even operating entirely from central station service, notwithstanding the large amounts of refuse available for fuel. The paper considers the lumbering industry as carried on in Washington and Oregon, and describes the application of electric power to the various operations carried on under the two main divisions of logging and milling. Typical applications are described, to illustrate types of motors and power transmission equipments, and the average power demands of the various logging operations and milling processes. In addition to the machines used in ordinary sawmill work, those used in planing mills and shingle mills are described. The question of the disposition of waste is considered, and comparative fuel values are given. The illustrations show logging operations and electrically driven saws, finishing machinery and lumber-handling machinery in the Pacific Coast lumber districts.
It is well-known that polyphase motors of both induction and synchronous types overheat when supplied from circuits in which the ideal conditions of voltage balance and phase angle are not maintained. In order to determine definitely the performance under other than ideal conditions, and to ascertain the points at which overheating commences, a series of tests was run under varying conditions of voltage unbalance, unsymmetrical angular relations between phases, and combinations of these two.
Of late the attention of electrical engineers has been frequently called to types of single-phase commutator motors combining the good characteristics of a repulsion motor at starting with the characteristics of a single-phase induction motor near synchronism; the idea being to produce a motor with good starting torque and limited speed, such as would be preeminently suited for tool, elevator, and similar work. In all these cases the combination mentioned has been brought about by a mechanical change, either gradual or sudden, in the armature circuits, this change being effected either by hand or by automatically operating centrifugal devices; in short, by means not inherent to the motor.
Herbert W. Crozier: We are certainly much indebted to Mr. Hagood for the interesting paper we have had tonight, particularly the slides, which show great care in preparation.
J. B. Taylor: The stroboscopic disc illuminated by an alternating-current arc or incandescent lamp has been used for a number of years to determine the speed of induction motors, synchronous machinery, and of other pieces of apparatus. This method of obtaining intermittent illumination is much simpler than by means of the fork described in this paper, and for some purposes gives the desired information with greater accuracy.