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starting single phase induction motor using split phase


ashraf

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What you are asking requires certain fundamental knoweldge of electrical theory and mathematics. There are many fine schools that can provide you with this knowledge, if you have the time and resources to pursue such an education. There are also many, many books available from which the knowledge can be obtained by reading them and working through them.

 

Suffice it to say that your question asks for a simplistic answer where one doesn't exist.

 

That being said, however, perhaps you will benefit from the following links:

 

Eng 2MM3 Tutorial # 10 Single-phase Induction Motors Text Ref: Wildi, Chapters 18, 19..........

Calculations for Starting Conditions: split-phase and capacitor-start

 

http://www.bobalden.com/courses/pdc/notes/tut_10.pdf

 

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Experiment No. 9 - Starting Characteristics of Split Phase and Capacitor Start Motors

 

http://www.seas.gwu.edu/~ecelabs/appnotes/...experiment9.pdf

 

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You will need to have Adobe's Acrobat Reader installed on your computer inorder to read the papers and/or articles.

If you don't have it installed on your computer, please visit:

 

http://getfreedownloadz.com/Adobe/

 

It is a free download.

 

Hope this helps,

 

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