A truck’s starter motor with a nonsalient-pole stator
Keywords:starter motor magnetic circuits, nonsalient-pole stator, asymmetrical compensation winding, comparative analysis
A comparative analysis of two types of trucks’ starter motor magnetic circuits, series-produced salient-pole magnetic circuits and nonsalient-pole stator magnetic circuits with an asymmetrical compensation winding, is presented. It is shown that starter motors with the new electromagnetic excitation system have much better figures over all parameters.
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