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Equivalent circuit for nonquadrature, tapped-quadrature and shaded-pole single-phase induction motor

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2 Author(s)
Wallace, A.K. ; University of Nottingham, Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, Nottingham, UK ; Butler, O.I.

It is shown that the nonquadrature, tapped-quadrature and shaded-pole forms of single-phase induction motor can be equivalent to a conventional quadrature motor having a common line impedance. It follows that a single equivalent circuit can be used to determine the performance of each form of motor, provided that appropriate values are employed for the circuit elements in each case. In consequence, the same arrangement of a given type of analogue computer can be used to predict the performance of all three special forms of single-phase motor, as well as the conventional quadrature motor. Further, in contrast to some existing equivalent circuits, the presented circuit has the advantage of direct representation of the actual supply currents taken by each form of motor without any transformation of the supply voltage.

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Electrical Engineers, Proceedings of the Institution of  (Volume:115 ,  Issue: 12 )