Answer to Question #143236 in Electrical Engineering for NAVANIT KRISHNA

Question #143236
3. Explain how a rotating magnetic field makes the rotor of an induction motor to rotate?
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2020-11-09T14:17:33-0500

Rotation of the rotor of the electric motor occurs due to the fact that the current supplied to the stator winding creates a rotating magnetic field, which induces electromotive force in the rotor winding, and an electric current flows through it. In this case, a magnetic field of the rotor is formed, which will interact with the magnetic rotating field of the stator, as a result of which the rotor will begin to rotate.

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