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Progress on Development of IEEE-ASAE Rural Motor Starting Application Guide

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2 Author(s)
Leo H. Soderholm ; Iowa State University ; Leon F. Charity

Integral horsepower motors from 1 to 30 hp are becoming more common on fanns for large feeding, crop drying, and irrigation systems [1]. Multiple-motor loads of 20 to 65 hp or more are being operated on single-phase power [2], [3]. As large motor loads on rural systems become more numerous, the problems associated with their use need more attention.

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IEEE Transactions on Industry and General Applications  (Volume:IGA-6 ,  Issue: 1 )