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Classification and evaluation of electric motors and pumps

Classification and evaluation of electric motors and pumps

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Solar Energy, Office of Industrial Programs, available from National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

  • Electric motors -- Evaluation,
  • Pumping machinery -- Evaluation

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    Statementprepared by Argonne National Laboratory
    ContributionsArgonne National Laboratory, United States. Dept. of Energy. Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Solar Energy. Office of Industrial Programs
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15476757M

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Classification and evaluation of electric motors and pumps. Washington, D.C: U.S. Dept. of Energy, Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Solar Energy, Office of Industrial Programs. MLA Citation. Argonne National Laboratory. and United States. Department of Energy.

Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Solar Energy. Abstract: This chapter introduces the application of electrical motor products. The chapter provides the history of the electric motor, pump and fan; it describes the current situation for the energy-efficiency of electrical motor products and points out the importance of energy-efficiency for electrical motor products against the low-carbon economy background.

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Electric Motors and Drives: Fundamentals, Types and Applications, Fifth Edition is intended primarily for non-specialist users or students of electric motors and drives5/5(1). Electric Motors – The Basics 1 1.

Introduction 1 2. Producing Rotation 1 3. Magnetic Circuits 7 4. Torque Production 15 5. Torque and Motor Volume 19 6. Energy Conversion – Motional E.M.F. 24 7. Equivalent Circuit 28 8. Constant Voltage Operation 30 9. General Properties of Electric Motors 36 2. Introduction to Power Electronic.

The electric motor operation is based on the following points: •At least one of the two magnetic field is generated by a solenoid carrying a current. •The phase relation between the rotor and stator magnetic field (i.e. the load angle) must be always greater than 0°in order to keep the motor in motion (negative angles reverse the rotation).

The term Slurry Pump, as stated, covers various types of heavy-duty centrifugal pumps used for hydraulic transportation of solids. A more precise terminology is to use the classification of solids handled in various pump applications. Slurry Pumps cover pumping of mud/clay, silt and sand in size range of solids up to 2mm.

Size ranges are. Do you know how many types of AC motors are there. Have you ever noticed what kind of motor drives the ceiling fan. Read here to know about these electrical motors and their exhaustive classification.

Know where these different types of motors are used. Know about the different categories that these motors can be classified Sriram Balu. May 05,  · These types of motors are generally used in speed and positional control with applications such as fans, pumps and compressors, where reliability and ruggedness are required.

An example of brushless design are in Stepper Motors, which are primarily used in open-loop position control, with uses from printers through to industrial applications.

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Electric Motors An introductory guide to Electric Motors for Chemical Engineers 2. Essential Information On Motor Nameplate (website) 7. Resources 3. Double squirrel cage motor is used for driving loads which require high starting torque such as compressor pumps, reciprocating pumps, large refrigerators, crushers, boring mills, textile machinery, cranes, punches and lathes etc.

an electric motor, or be designed into flanged and threaded joints in explosion-proof enclosures. The group of the Class I, Division 1 material provides further guidance on the construction details required of an explosion-proof electric motor.

In general, motors built for groups with more-severe explosion hazards require stronger. • Hence, in this sense, a D.C. motor can be called a conduction motor.

• In A.C. motors, the rotor does not receive electric power by conduction but by induction in exactly the same way as the secondary of a 2-winding transformer receives its power from the primary. • Therefore such motors are known as induction motors. pump or an air compressor to remove the air out of the suction hose and pump body in order to prime the pump.

This enables the pump to start dry and re-prime itself without manually adding water. In addition, these pumps can be used when lots of air has to. Centrifugal Pumps •Develop pressure by increasing the velocity of the liquid •Liquid is literally flung out of the cutwater.

Positive Displacement Pumps •Allow liquid to flow into an open cavity •Trap the liquid in the pump •Transport liquid from the suction to discharge port •Mechanically force liquid out. The Electrical Apparatus Service Association. The Electro•Mechanical Authority.

Helping our members with engineering support and education for all aspects of repair and maintenance of electric motors, drives, gearboxes, transformers, controls, pumps and other rotating industrial equipment.

Motors and drives 5 Technology overview Understand motors and be better able to detect wasted energy. An electric motor converts electrical energy into rotating mechanical energy to drive devices such as pumps, fans or conveyors.

The mechanical output power delivered by the motor is measured in kW and is a function of the speed. Fire hydrant pump system (also known as fire pump, hydrant booster, fire water pump) is technically not a pump but a system by itself. The hydrant booster pump usually consists of 1 centrifugal pump and other components such as control panel and coupled with either a diesel or electric driven motor.

ELECTRIC MOTORS OBJECTIVES After studying this unit, the student will be able to • state the purpose of an electric motor., • identify the parts of an electric motor.

• name the basic types of electric motors. v • explain how an induction motor works. • list the common types of single-phase induction motors. 34 CHAPTER 3 PUMP AND ITS CLASSIFICATIONS INTRODUCTION A pump is a machine used to move liquid through a piping system and to raise the .Fire Pump electric motors manufactured (alone or as a component of another piece of equipment), on or after two years after the date of publication in the Federal Register, and distributed in commerce, as defined by 42 U.S.C.

(16), that is fire pump electric motors meeting the nine criteria above and with a power rating from 1 horsepower.AC Motors.

AC motors are used worldwide in many applications to transform electrical energy into mechanical are many types of AC motors, but this course focuses on three-phase AC induction motors, the most common type of motor used in industrial applications.