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anyone working on the electrical shaft

anyone working on the electrical shaft

anyone working on the electrical shaft


is there  anyone is working or have worked on the electrical shaft ,i would like to have some help.

RE: anyone working on the electrical shaft

There are two different types of arrangements called "electrical shaft"

One using wound rotor induction motors connected in a special way, the other using VFDs with special control arrangement. Which one are you intrested in ?

RE: anyone working on the electrical shaft


 i meant the electrical shaft witch use a wound rotor induction motors connecting ,the systeme thet connect two or more motors to get them work with synchronization .
with regards

RE: anyone working on the electrical shaft

  to electricuwe:
  i continue to ask if anyone work on the electrical shaft the system that connect more than motors(wound rotor ind.motors) to get them sychronised .hope for your help.
with regards

RE: anyone working on the electrical shaft

Suggestion: Please, would you post what you actually need in terms of "to get them synchronized" since induction motors get synchronized in special applications only. Normal induction motor applications do not need the synchronization.

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