Self-starting with the help of an auxiliary winding
A single-phase induction motor is Self-starting with the help of an auxiliary winding.
(2 ? s)
A speed slightly below synchronous speed
The torque developed by a single-phase induction motor drop to zero at a speed slightly below synchronous speed.
All of the above
Providing an additional winding on the stator called the auxiliary winding
Develop starting torque
Both the main and auxiliary windings are placed on stator
In a single-phase induction motor both the main and auxiliary windings are placed on stator.
By any one of the above three methods
Less than one
To cut off the starting winding at an appropriate instant
Rotor speed exceeds 70 per cent of its rated value
Wither (a) and (b)
The capacitor in a capacitor start induction run ac motor is connected in series with Starting winding.
Result in more starting torque
Starting the motor
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