electromotor


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electromotor

(ɪˈlɛktrəʊˌməʊtə)
n
(General Engineering) an electric motor
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Low cost for repair and maintenance of these types of transformer and also industrial electromotor are of the salient strengths of Iranian transformer industry, he said, adding, "To date, repair and maintenance services of transformer in Iran is done at one-third cost lower than the other regional competitors."
One of these, prestin, a specialized electromotor protein, is expressed on the outer PM [7].
The need for maximised energy densities at various operating temperatures has directed the research and development of rare-earth (RE) permanent magnets (RPMs) possessing improved temperature stability for electromotor applications [1].
6 represents the performance curve of the electromotor. It was obtained using a dynamometer, separately.
Keywords: asynchronous electromotor, gear box, cardan joint, centrifugal pump.
Data were recorded using a passive self-stretch of the ischiocrural muscles by way of a specially-designed instrumented Straight Leg Raise Test (ISLRT), which was equipped with an electromotor for continuous variation of speed (Figure 1).
Type: [GA15.sup.+], Capacity: 160 [m.sup.3]/h, Operation pressure: 7,5 bara, Power of electromotor: 15 kW, Noise level: 64 dB, Dimensions 1400 x 1225 x 650 [1,4].
Besides, the electromotor introduces to the vibration signals a powerful interference at 120 Hz, while the influence of the electric interference on the acoustic data is very weak.
A DC_DC converter can realize an effective control of the electromotor winding current, which has been applied to the regenerative suspension system to control the activation force, and serves as the path of energy output as well [1821].
ZW3D has been chosen by Jiangsu DaZhong Electromotor Stock Co., Ltd.
Figure (3) is a blurred bobbin winding image so that the bobbins move along the drums located on the shaft and at the end of shaft, there is a pulley that receive the force from electromotor head pulley by the belt.