A sketch of the theory of the adjustable-speed, single-phase, shunt induction motor
|Publisher:||IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.|
|Publication Date:||1 July 1909|
|Page(s):||831 - 866|
Up to the present time comparatively little attention has been devoted to single-phase motors having shunt characteristics, as they have been completely overshadowed by the series type, on account of its utility for traction purposes. Nevertheless, these shunt-wound machines have many advantageous features and should have a considerable field of utility. A certain amount of work has been done on them by Milch in this country and by Latour, Fynn and Punga in Europe, and considerable success has been attained in compensating the machine, that is, in raising the power factor to unity.