In case of a reluctance motor, when the load is increased so that it cannot maintain synchronous speed the motor will?

In case of a reluctance motor, when the load is increased so that it cannot maintain synchronous speed the motor will run as induction motor.

Related questions

Description : The maximum reluctance power of a salient-pole synchronous motor having direct-axis reactance, 1.0 pu and quadrature-axis reactance, 0.5 pu, and input voltage, 1.0 pu is (A) 0.25 pu (B) 0.5 pu (C) 1.0 pu (D) 1.5 pu

Answer : The maximum reluctance power of a salient-pole synchronous motor having direct-axis reactance, 1.0 pu and quadrature-axis reactance, 0.5 pu, and input voltage, 1.0 pu is 0.5 pu

Answer : If the centrifugal switch does not open at 70 to 80 percent of synchronous speed of motor, it would result in damage to the starting winding.

Description : If we change the excitation of synchronous machine will it affect on motor speed?

Answer : No, If we change the excitation of synchronous machine it will not affect on motor speed.

Answer : Centrifugal switch disconnects the auxiliary winding of the motor at about 70 to 80 percent of synchronous speed.

Description : Why the speed of synchronous motor is constant?

Description : The synchronous speed of an 8 pole induction motor supplied power from a 50 Hz source will be ?

Answer : Ns         equals        f/pair pole 50/4      - 12.5

Answer : As the load is increased the speed of D.C. shunt motor will reduce slightly.

Answer : The operating speed of a synchronous motor can be changed to new fixed value by changing frequency.

Description : Synchronous motor always runs at which speed?

Answer : Synchronous motor always runs at synchronous speed.

Description : Reluctance motor

Answer : Reluctance motor Reluctance is opposition to magnetic flux. Reluctance is analogous to electric resistance. Reluctance motor does not have any winding on rotor. Rotor consists of  ... for rotation of rotor is generated through magnetic reluctance so it called reluctance motor.

Description : If the load of the normally excited synchronous motor is increased the power factor will?

Answer : If the load of the normally excited synchronous motor is increased the power factor will become lagging.

Answer : The speed/load characteristics of a universal motor is same as that of D.C. series motor.

Answer : The speed of a D.C. shunt motor can be increased by increasing the resistance in field circuit.

Description : Why synchronous motor Cannot start itself?

Description : The synchronous motor will develop maximum power when the load angle is?

Answer : The synchronous motor will develop maximum power when the load angle is 900.

Description : A 240 V, dc shunt motor draws 15 A while supplying the rated load at a speed of 80 rad/s. The armature resistance is 0.5 W and the field winding resistance is 80 W. The net Voltage across armature resistance at the time of plugging will be

Answer : A 240 V, dc shunt motor draws 15 A while supplying the rated load at a speed of 80 rad/s. The armature resistance is 0.5 W and the field winding resistance is 80 W. The net Voltage across armature resistance at the time of plugging will be 474 V

Answer : For the same H.P. rating and full load speed, following motor has poor starting torque differentially compounded.

Description : In synchronous motor, does the winding losses vary with load?

Answer : No, in the synchronous motor the winding losses do not vary with load.

Description : The effect of increasing load on a synchronous motor running with normal excitation is (A) Increase both its Ia and power factor. (B) Decrease Ia, but increase power factor. (C) Increase Ia, but decrease power factor (D) Decrease both Ia and power factor.

Answer : The effect of increasing load on a synchronous motor running with normal excitation is Increase Ia, but decrease power factor

Description : A three-phase synchronous motor connected to ac mains is running at full load and unity power factor. lf its shaft load is reduced by half and field current is held constant then its new power factor will be

Answer : If the speed of a D.C. shunt motor is increased, the back e.m.f. of the motor will increase.

Answer : In case one phase of a three-phase synchronous motor is short-circuited the motor will not start.

Answer : Speed torque characteristic of a repulsion induction motor is similar to that of a D.C. compound motor.

Description : The maximum constant load torque under which a synchronous motor will pull into synchronism at rated rotor supply voltage and frequency is known as?

Answer : The maximum constant load torque under which a synchronous motor will pull into synchronism at rated rotor supply voltage and frequency is known as pull-in torque.

Description : what will happen when excitation of an unloaded salient pole synchronous motor suddenly gets disconnected?

Answer : When excitation of an unloaded salient pole synchronous motor suddenly gets disconnected the motor will stop.

Description : Hunting in synchronous motor cannot be due to?

Answer : Hunting in synchronous motor cannot be due to windage friction.

Answer : In variable speed motor a weaker commutating field is needed at low speed than at high speed.

Answer : In a D.C. shunt motor, speed is independent of armature current.

Description : The speed of a three-phase induction motor is controlled by variable voltage variable frequency control (i.e. keeping V/f constant). As the frequency is reduced, the slip at maximum torque  (1) Decreases (2) Increases (3) Remains constant (4) None of the above

Answer : The speed of a three-phase induction motor is controlled by variable voltage variable frequency control (i.e. keeping V/f constant). As the frequency is reduced, the slip at maximum torque Increases

Description : The speed of a 2-pole, 3-phase stepper motor operated by 1200 pulses/min (A) 100 rpm (B) 200 rpm (C) 400 rpm (D) 800 rpm

Answer : The speed of a 2-pole, 3-phase stepper motor operated by 1200 pulses/min 200 rpm

Answer : Series motor has the poorest speed control.

Description : The speed of a D.C. motor can be controlled by varying  1. Its flux per pole 2. Resistance of armature circuit 3. Applied voltage 4. All of the above

Answer : The speed of a D.C. motor can be controlled by varying  1. Its flux per pole 2. Resistance of armature circuit 3. Applied voltage 4. All of the above

Answer : The speed of a D.C. series motor is inversely proportional to the armature current.

Answer : The speed of a universal motor is usually reduced by using gearing.

Answer : Speed control of a universal motor is achieved by varying field flux with tapped field windings, connecting rheostat in series, applying variable voltage by means of silicon controlled rectifier, applying variable voltage by means of variable auto-transformer.

Answer : The speed control of universal motor used for sewing machines is by varying the resistance.

Description : What are the speed control methods of dc motor?

Answer : Field control of DC motor Armature control of DC motor

Description : speed control methods of three phase induction motor?

Answer : Speed control of three phase induction motor

Description : Damper winding in a synchronous motor

Answer : Damper winding in a synchronous motor Serves to start the motor.

Description : How can we improve power factor using synchronous motor?

Description : What is the principle of synchronous motor?

Description : What is the use of synchronous motor?

Answer : Yes, we can make the power factor of synchronous motor leading by adjusting its excitation.

Description : what is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous motor?

Answer : Asynchronous motors and syncrouns motor are called as dc machines.  and also syncrouns motor called as induction motor. Asynonymous motor as are rotates with constant speed we not able to operate . ... It is able to operate. These are a small difference between syncrouns and asynchronous motors.

Description : Why does the speed of a DC shunt motor decrease as the load increases?

Answer : Because if the load is increasing then the torque must also be increase. If not then the speed of motor will decrease.

Description : The no-load speed of a single-phase SCR bridge converter fed separately excited dc motor operating at a firing delay angle, α and flux, Φ (A) directly proportional to α and Φ (B) ... proportional to α and inversely proportional to Φ (D) directly proportional to Φ and inversely proportional to α

Answer : The no-load speed of a single-phase SCR bridge converter fed separately excited dc motor operating at a firing delay angle, α and flux, Φ directly proportional to α and inversely proportional to Φ

Answer : A synchronous motor running with normal excitation adjusts to load increases essentially by increase in armature current.

Description : In a synchronous motor which losses varies with load?