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  • Electric Motor Handbook
    Electric Motor Handbook. Written for professionals who work in electric motors, this covers updated traction applications, the latest on solid-state motor-drive controllers, electrical and mechanical parameters, specifications, shapes, performance, protection, and more.
  • Introduction to Electric Motors
    Electric motors, both ac and dc types, come in many shapes and sizes. Some are standardized versions for general-purpose applications. Others are intended for specific tasks. In any case, motors should be selected to satisfy the dynamic requirements of the machines on which they are applied without
  • Electric Motor Codes and Standards
    Electric motors are often required to meet various industry standards and national codes in addition to specific application requirements. The more common of these standards and codes are explained in this Engineering Letter. Also included are some general motor dimensions and weights for reference
  • WD Bearings Application: Electric Motors
    WD bearings used in electric motors always have high speed, high precision, long life, reliabity,and low noise. The different types of electric motors that using bearings are defined here.
  • EPACT & Energy Efficient Electric Motors
    Today is truly an exciting and challenging time for specifiers, buyers, users and manufacturers of industrial electric motors. It is a time of change in the motor industry rivaled, in recent times, only by the introduction of re-rated "T" frame motors in the 1960s. But there is a difference between
  • Adhesives hold electric motors together
    Edited by Lawrence Kren & Victoria Reitz Electric motors are smaller, faster, more powerful, and more prevalent on automobiles than ever before. This is forcing motor designers to find new ways to shave cost in production and assembly. One area getting more attention these days is fasteners. Choose
  • Top five things that go wrong with electric motors
    There are a myriad of issues that can cause electric motors to fail. However, among this rogue's gallery of problems there is a set of usual suspects that crop up more often than the others. In this post we've compiled a list of the top five causes.
  • How to make bearings last in electric motors
    by electric arcing. Bearings coated with a ceramic insulating material stop electric arcing (inset). Hybrid bearings that incorporate ceramic rolling elements stop arcing as well. Rolling-element bearings in electric motors support and locate the rotor, maintain a small and consistent air gap between

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