Delta 36-075 Instruction Manual

I guess one of my main confusions comes from what happens when a give load hp increaes and how this effects the motor torque, current, etc.. For example lets say I have a motor operating a constant torque load and its drawing a particular current. If I now increase the speed of this motor the torque stays the same but the overall hp delivered by the shaft increases. Does this increase in hp as a result of the speed increase cause an additional current draw, or is the current strictly related to the torque produced by the motor? Now if I had a variable torque load, and I increased the speed of the motor then both the torque would be increasing and the motor speed would be increasing so therfore the current would increase as a result of the toruqe increasing and I’m not sure how much the speed increase would play a role. Now you can see where my confusion comes in above is when the load speed is increased belts, gearing, etc.. Obviously there is an additional HP requirement from the motor but I’m not so sure if the required torque changes. So going back to my first question, if only the speed of the load is changed will the motor draw more current if the torque stays the same but only the load speed increses? Also in your opening sentence you mention that torque should double on the rpm motor if both motors are hp. This would indicate to me that the motor would be a constant hp motor?

The open delta three phase service

The open delta three phase service By Paul Thurst, on February 27th, 5 comments Several months ago, I drove up to an FM transmitter site, looked up at the utility pole and saw this: Three Phase open delta transformer bank Three phase open delta is a bad hombre. Most, if not all, transmitter manufactures will void the warranty of any transmitter connected to a service like this.

What is perplexing is it appears that all three phases are available on the primary side, why would this be necessary? Perhaps it was not always so at this location.

Further a motor with the same torque rating as the rpm but the speed of rpm would probably but a different power rating, You didn’t say what the power rating was of the rpm motor?

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Electrical Testing Motor Wiring, Part 2 Follow installation drawings, but if those aren’t available, determine how many leads a motor has before installing it. Mark Lamendola May 24, Motors can be wired delta or wye. Which arrangement do you choose, and how do you do it? The delta or wye connection is about the desired motor starting arrangement, not how the motor is wound.

Ideally, you will be connecting motors per an installation drawing. Your first task is to identify how many leads the motor has. Typically, the motor will be a 6-lead or 9-lead motor.

The open delta three phase service

The most common type though is the -so called- squirrel cage rotor. It is called squirrel-cage, because it’s rotor looks like the exercising wheel found in squirrel or hamster cages. A typical 3-phase squirrel-cage motor has six connection leads in the electrical connection box for the three coils. If someone works with AC 3-phase motors, then it is important to know how to connect these motors in Star and Delta connection, and how to detect an electrical problem. There are basically 4 problems that the motor windings can suffer from:

The system is grossly unbalanced, both electrostatically and electromagnetically.

Three-phase system with rotating magnetic fields. Polyphase synchronous motor[ edit ] If connections to the rotor coils of a three-phase motor are taken out on slip-rings and fed a separate field current to create a continuous magnetic field or if the rotor consists of a permanent magnet , the result is called a synchronous motor because the rotor will rotate synchronously with the rotating magnetic field produced by the polyphase electrical supply.

Another synchronous motor system is the brushless wound-rotor doubly fed synchronous motor system with an independently excited rotor multiphase AC winding set that may experience slip-induction beyond synchronous speeds but like all synchronous motors, does not rely on slip-induction for torque production. The synchronous motor can also be used as an alternator. Nowadays, synchronous motors are frequently driven by transistorized variable-frequency drives.

This greatly eases the problem of starting the massive rotor of a large synchronous motor.

Motor Wiring, Part 2

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Nowadays, synchronous motors are frequently driven by transistorized variable-frequency drives.


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