Gears and Bearings
Over their operating lives, most AC induction motors exhibit common problems, from transients to voltage imbalances and single phasing.
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STLE's virtual annual meeting and exhibition will focus on many key topics for tribologists and lubrication experts.
It is important to understand the differences between the usual service conditions most motor designs assume and unusual service conditions that lead to unreliable operation and costly shutdowns
Stepper motor systems deliver more precision than standard variable-speed motors without the expense and complexity of servo motors, and newer high bus voltage options provide additional flexibility. See 5 motor technologies, common uses.
Direct-drive servomotors are becoming more common as range and availability expands for use in many machine and motor applications.
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A team of Texas A&M University researchers are investigating a class of metals, called refractory high entropy alloys (RHEAS), that can withstand higher operating temperatures.
A geared servomotor can be useful for rotary motion technology, but there are challenges and limitations users need to be aware of.