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If the speed of the rotating magnetic field is equal to the frequency of exerted current, what do you recommend for “braking” of an AC machine if it is used as an electrical motor. What is the normalized amplitude of the resultant magnetic field relative to the magnetic field’s amplitude of each phase?

Answer #1

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