**Highlights **

- In an induction motor, there is an electric transformer in which the present magnetic circuit is separated into two portions. These portions are relatively movable and they are separated just by an air Rap, where one carry the primary winding while the seconf carry the secondary winding.
- Synchronous speed is shown as

N_{s} – 120f/p

Here, f = frequency

P = number of poles

- Slip, s = (N
_{s }– N)/ N_{s }

Where N = motor speed

- The rotor current frequency can be given as –

fr = sf, so, f is the supply of requency and s is the sleep.

- Torque T = keR
_{2}E_{2 }^{2}/ R_{2}^{2 }+S_{2}X_{2}^{2}

Now, the starting torque Tst= kR_{2}E_{2 }^{2} / R_{2}^{2 }+X_{2}^{2}

For the maximum torque condition, s = R_{2}/X_{2}

Maximum Torque T_{max }= kE_{2 }^{2}/2X_{2}

- Starting Torque ∝ Square of applied Voltage
- T
_{f/}T_{m }– 2s_{f}mT/(s^{2}_{mT}+1) - T
_{st}/Tmax = 2s_{m}T/ s^{2}_{mT}+1 - Rotor Copper loss/ Rotor Gross output = S/ 1-S
- Rotor Outpput/ Rotor Input= 1-S

**Links of Previous Main Topic:-**

- Current Electricity Basic Concepts
- Introduction to Alternating Current
- Introduction Three Phase A C Circuits
- Magnetic Field
- General Aspects
- General Aspects Polyphase Induction Motors
- Classification of A C Motors
- Constructional Details
- Production of Rotating Magnetic Field
- Theory of Operation of an Induction Motor
- Slip
- Frequency of Rotor Current
- Rotor E M F and Rotor Current

**Links of Next Electrical Engineering Topics:-**

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