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VOLTAGE SOURCE CONNECTED ASYNCHRONOUS (INDUCTION) MACHINES

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The induction machine is by far the most commonly used machine around the globe. Induction machines consume approximately one third of the energy used in industrialized countries. Consequently this type of machine has received considerable attention in terms of its design and handling.

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  • Electrical Drive
  • Load Torque
  • Rotor Resistance
  • Induction Machine
  • Synchronous Machine

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Veltman, A., Pulle, D.W., De Doncker, R.W. (2007). VOLTAGE SOURCE CONNECTED ASYNCHRONOUS (INDUCTION) MACHINES. In: Fundamentals of Electrical Drives. Power Systems. Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-5504-1_9

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