Impact of Cycling on Large Electrical Motors
Market conditions require power plants to operate frequently in cycling mode with frequent starting and stopping. Reliable operation of large electrical motors in this more arduous environment is crucial to success of the plant. The TB discusses the effects on the motors of cycling operation and makes recommendations for design, manufacture, installation and operation of motors and auxiliary equipment such as starting equipment and condition monitoring and protection equipment.
File Size: 5 MB
Pages NB: 36
Study Committee: A1 ?
WG (TF): WG A1.54
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