Solution: Determine the output torque in Newton-meter

(Last Updated On: January 22, 2024)

Problem Statement: Electrical Engineering Professional Subjects

Electrical Machines: AC Motors Problem Solving

A 10-hp, 4-pole, 25-Hz, 3-φ induction motor is taking 9,100 watts from the line. The core loss is 290 watts; stator copper loss is 568 watts; rotor copper loss is 445 watts; and the friction and windage loss is 121 watts. Determine the output torque in Newton-meter.

A.  150.56

B.  190.32

C.  103.32

D.  178.76

The output torque in Newton-meter is equal to 103.38 N-m.

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