A 2-pole winding development technique for asynchronous machines with increased number of parallel branches
Keywords:asynchronous machine, 2-pole winding, parallel branch, EMF, winding factor
A 2-pole winding development technique is introduced for asynchronous machines with the number of parallel branches in phases increased in 1.5 and 2 times as compared with the number of poles. The technique is confirmed by results of pilot studies.
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