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EEAOC (Computer) (OP)
22 Dec 04 14:24
I wonder whether someone can provide me some references as to how to calculate losses [ in watts] based percentage of No- load, Half-load and Full-load  conditions for
3-phase motors. Thank you in advance
men123 (Electrical)
25 Dec 04 22:26
get out your credit card — $59.00

No- load, Half-load and Full-load  conditions for
3-phase motors
advidana (Electrical)
27 Dec 04 3:53
Check the motor manufactures web sites they usually have that type of informatiom "beldor motors" comes to mind,

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