Ans. An elementary single-phase induction motor has one simple winding in its stator and a squirrel-cage rotor (Fig. 1). When this single winding is excited with single-phase current, it does not produce revolving magnetic field. ... the next half cycle, the directions of the currents reverse. ... Now, the motor is called split- phase induction motor because there is a phase difference between running currentanbsp;...
|Title||:||ABC of Electrical Engineering|
|Author||:||A K Theraja|