SycoTec Info blog • Synchronous motors: declaration, function, application

Synchronous motors are like the asynchronous motor to three-phase motors. The essential difference from the asynchronous machine is that for synchronous motors of the rotor (rotor) always runs in synchronism with the rotating field. As an excitation field so not automatically generated, synchronous motors require additional excitement that takes place either through a field winding or permanent magnets. Synchronous motors are drivers of vehicles, ships, trains and industrial applications used.
More frequently, however, the generator operation of synchronous machines as synchronous generators in the energy industry. But let’s start with the construction of the synchronous machine. … more