ENGINEERING.com has updated it's forum.  To post a question please visit the new Ask@ Forum.   

With a database of over 10000 questions the library will remain available for an extended period.

Q&A


Leo
What will happen to an induction motor if connected to rated supply without a rotor. View All


10 years ago - 7 months left to answer. - 2 responses - Report Abuse
Respond to question
    0      [lnkReport]        0       0       
Share |
  Responses


sandeep murugesh
okay let me guess.My opinion is it will act like a solenoid.The stator behaves like primary side of transformer when the rotor is present when it is removed it will just act like a coil.Hope my guess is right!

10 years ago

Source:


  0     0         

sridhar
motor will draw more current since there is no back emf or opposing emf and it lead to winding failure

10 years ago

Source:


  0     0         

ENGINEERING.com does not provide engineering advice. The Ask@ service is a forum for members to exchange ideas relating to the world of engineering. We caution users not to accept any responses that they receive without further validation, and not to rely on any engineering advice that they may get from other members of the Ask@ forum. ENGINEERING.com specifically disclaims any obligation to validate or verify any information posted within the Ask@ service. ENGINEERING.com encourages users to seek the services of a professional engineer for any engineering advice they may require.