We propose an approach to allocate and delimit a region in which the rotational losses are of most importance in the stator core of induction motors. The delimitation is based on the analysis of points at which the minimum flux density is not null. The analysis of flux paths and values of flux density over a number of motors allows a model of flux density to be proposed for the chosen rotational region. We conducted the process by post-processing finite-element results. A comparison with bench test results shows that the approach can confine the effects of rotational losses within a region allocated in the tooth roots without significant loss of accuracy. We give analytical expressions based on geometrical data. The approach provides a quick method to evaluate the rotational losses by analytical means, bypassing the use of numerical methods at those design stages at which is preferable to reduce the accuracy in favor of computational speed.