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Author Topic: Rewind 3 phases motor for higher power rating?  (Read 1479 times)

Offline Vortex 22

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Re: Rewind 3 phases motor for higher power rating?
« Reply #15 on: February 24, 2022, 05:47:54 PM »

A solid soft iron core will get hot because of the eddy currents induced in it by the changing magnetic field.  If you are planning to run the motor on DC then you might get by with a soft iron core.  Where did you get the idea that a soft iron core was better than sheets pressed together?
Hi,
One issue, how to make a commutators for the DC motor?

Maybe we should use homopolar motor design ?
High voltage switching? No brush, no commutators
I think it's can't be more simple than that!! Who's know

Offline Vortex 22

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Re: Rewind 3 phases motor for higher power rating?
« Reply #16 on: February 24, 2022, 05:53:47 PM »

A solid soft iron core will get hot because of the eddy currents induced in it by the changing magnetic field.  If you are planning to run the motor on DC then you might get by with a soft iron core.  Where did you get the idea that a soft iron core was better than sheets pressed together?
Hi Citfta,
In my Overunity book, we don't care about the output section!!
We must kill the dipole here!!!
Regards
Vortex 22