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Consider motor load requirements, applications

Published: March 2003
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application

Como determinar la capacidad de carga de un rodamiento y que hacer cuando sea excesiva

Published: February 2003
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Bearings, Design/theory/application

How to determine bearing load capability and what to do when it's excessive

Published: February 2003
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Bearings, Design/theory/application

Encoders, resolvers provide important feedback

Published: January 2003
Author: Kevin J. Miller, Apparatus Repair & Engineering, Inc.
Technical subject(s): Drives/controls

Interleaved windings provide useful alternative

Published: January 2003
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Stators/windings, Winding connections

Explosion-proof motors need special attention

Published: December 2002
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Boring and sleeving bearing housings in a vertical milling machine

Published: November 2002
Author: Robert Giesen, B & B Electric Motor Co.
Technical subject(s): Repair procedures and tips, Service center equipment, Sleeve bearings

Fan law knowledge can help performance

Published: October 2002
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): AC motor cooling, DC motor cooling, Design/theory/application, Fans

Variables a Considerar Cuando Cambiamos La Frecuencia de Un Motor Entre 50 y 60 Hz

Published: August 2002
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Stators/windings

Correctly interpreting the DC nameplate

Published: July 2002
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): DC motors, Nameplates

Troubleshooting variable frequency drives

Published: July 2002
Author: George Stratton, G.E. Jones Electric Co., Inc.
Technical subject(s): Drives/controls, Troubleshooting & failure analysis

Shaft couplings: Types and applications

Published: June 2002
Author: Ken Gralow, Gray Electric Co.
Technical subject(s): Couplings

Test run tips: Common causes for high no-load current on rewound motors

Published: June 2002
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Motor testing

The importance, benefits of preheating motor windings prior to impregnation

Published: May 2002
Author: Tom Bishop, P.E., EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Repair procedures and tips, Service center equipment, Winding insulation

Commutator tips to extend DC motor life

Published: April 2002
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Commutators, Repair procedures and tips

A closer look: Winding protection device can prevent permanent damage to motor

Published: March 2002
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Core loss testing: Tips for special cases

Published: February 2002
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Motor testing

Power factor: What it is, why it's important

Published: January 2002
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application

Hacerlo es sencillo: Siga estos pasos para calcular la carga real de un motor

Published: December 2001
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application

Keeping it simple: Follow these steps to determine motor's actual load

Published: December 2001
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application

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