Answer to Question #143054 in Electrical Engineering for Unknown

Question #143054
3. Explain why single phase Induction motor is NOT self-starting?
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2020-11-09T14:18:12-0500

A single-phase motor can be considered as two identical three-phase motors connected in series in the network, having a common shaft, the magnetic flows of which rotate counter. Therefore, the single-phase motor replacement circuit consists of two series-connected circuits for forward and reverse sequence. Therefore, their moments are equal and therefore a single-phase motor does not have an initial moment and cannot start working without additional movement.


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