electric motor

(redirected from Alternating current motor)
Also found in: Dictionary, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to electric motor

References in periodicals archive ?
This research service titled North American Small Alternating Current Motors Markets provides analysis of the different kinds of small AC motors, end-user analysis, as well as geographic and competitive analysis.
The savings come from an innovative, new power solution that provides twice the power at half the weight -- almost double the electric efficiency -- of conventional alternating current motor systems.
A key component in the VVTTC is the input motor system, known as the engine simulator, which consists of a low-inertia, alternating current motor and a high-speed control system.
A key component in the system is the input motor system, known as the engine simulator, which consists of a low-inertia, alternating current motor and a high-speed control system.
Alternating current motors are often powered by frequency converters with DC intermediate circuit (in the Polish underground mines these include cables hundreds of metres long).
Herman describes solid state devices common in industrial environments to help students of electricity and engineering understand how many of the control components operate, such as solid-state relays, rectifiers, silicon-controlled rectifier (SCR) drives for direct current motors, variable frequency drives for alternating current motors, and the inputs and outputs of programmable controllers.
And increasingly in the newspaper industry, too, the future belongs to alternating current motors.
After comparing simulations between asynchronous, synchronous and direct current motors, the results shows that alternating current motors are better for our applications, than the direct current motor.
Only a few research topics regarding the analysis of the six-phase alternating current motors and their respective components were found [4,5].
Department of Energy to receive a funding award for continuing development of its patented energy-saving motor controllers, which have proved capable of reducing the electricity required to run alternating current motors 15 to 40 percent.
Power Efficiency is the developer and international marketer of patented energy-saving "Performance Controllers," which reduce the electric energy required to run alternating current motors by 15 to 35 percent, Skiptunis explained.
Power Efficiency's electronic motor controllers have proven capable of reducing the amount of electricity required to run alternating current motors by 15 to 35 percent, resulting in substantial energy savings for a wide variety of commercial and industrial businesses.
Full browser ?