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Monday, 7 January 2013

Induction motors

Induction motors
Eddy currents are produced in a metallic cylinder called rotor, when it is placed in a rotating magnetic field. The eddy current initially tries to decrease the relative motion between the cylinder and the rotating magnetic field. As the magnetic field continues to rotate, the metallic cylinder is set in to rotation. These motors are used fans.

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