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Large 3600 r/min induction motors operating below their first system resonant speed

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4 Author(s)
P. S. Hamer ; Chevron Res. & Technol. Co., Richmond, CA, USA ; B. M. Wood ; J. J. McClurg ; W. L. Billington

This paper describes experiences with, and design refinements for, large “stiff-rotor” two-pole induction motors rated up to 6050 hp. Comparisons of the “stiff” and “flexible” designs are included. Factory test and in-service vibration data are summarized and compared for one representative motor. The stiff-rotor design's advantages are summarized for special-purpose or adjustable-speed service at speeds of 3600 r/min and below. The appendices list recommended mechanical tests for large two-pole induction motors

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IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 5 )