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Closed-circuit transition-type eliminates line surges during transition from start to run LIMITATIONS 1. Possibility of motor not accelerating due to severe torque dip at half speed 2. Limitation in motor selection 1. Limitation in motor selection 1. Starting characteristics not adjustable 2. Requires motor with a normally delta-connected winding with all leads brought out for connection to control Part 8. Auxiliary Equipment | Chapter 2. Motors And Motor Controls FIG. 48-TYPICAL SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR CONTROLLER Across-the-line starters are always lowest in cost.

Airborne Noise Airborne noise is produced by all the vibrating parts of the motor. The initial sources are magnetic, mechanical and windage. Magnetic noise is produced by magnetic forces (flux) in the air gap and other parts of a magnetic circuit. The frequency (cycles per second), usually twice the line frequency and its harmonic is a function of either the number of slots and rps (varying) or the line frequency (constant). The air gap forces are to be considered only in relation to the stator.

There is a definite maximum temperature which the windings can withstand under a given load and with a given insulation without undue deterioration either within themselves or in the insulation. In order that the maximum output of the motors may be secured without overheating, it is necessary to keep the heat losses to a minimum. Thus the insulation of the motor windings performs a dual function, that of an electric insulator and also a controlled heat dissipator. NEMA has established six classes of insulation designed for various loads and for keeping the hot-spot temperatures within safe limits.

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