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Rotor design variables will affect speed torque characteristics of motor

Published: November 2001
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Rotors

Rewind tips for 2300-volt, random-wound motors

Published: October 2001
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Random wound, Repair procedures and tips

How to properly size space heaters

Published: September 2001
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Motor storage, Space heaters

Designing the proper part-salient, part-consequent winding

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

Diseñando el bobinado híbrido apropiado

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

Two variations of form-wound coils

Published: July 2001
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Form wound

EASA Marketing Manual

Published: June 2001
Technical subject(s): N/A

Understanding rotating frequency converters makes repair easier

Published: June 2001
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): AC motors, Design/theory/application, Wound rotor motors

A closer look at the no-load current

Published: May 2001
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application

Tips for proper baseplate construction

Published: April 2001
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Base/soleplate/foundation

Cleaning electrical equipment with dry ice

Published: March 2001
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Service center equipment

Comparing differences in wye-delta and part-winding-start connections

Published: February 2001
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Stators/windings, Winding connections

Follow these procedures, guidelines when rebuilding collector rings

Published: November 2000
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Internet provides access to world of knowledge; Use online technology to find answers, information

Published: October 2000
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): N/A

Use polarization index test to determine condition/health of motor insulation

Published: September 2000
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Motor testing, Winding insulation

The effects of high or low voltage on the performance of a motor

Published: August 2000
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Troubleshooting & failure analysis

Start with cause of oil leaks in repair process on sleeve bearing motors

Published: July 2000
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Bearings, Lubrication, Oil lubrication

How to avoid circulating currents in multi-speed, two-winding machines

Published: June 2000
Author: Cyndi Nyberg Esau, Former EASA Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Design/theory/application, Stators/windings, Winding connections

Follow these procedures when checking endplay in a ball bearing machine

Published: May 2000
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Bearings

Special insulation helps create larger oven when motor is too big to fit

Published: April 2000
Author: Chuck Yung, EASA Senior Technical Support Specialist
Technical subject(s): Repair procedures and tips, Service center equipment

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