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Calculating RPM for a three phase induction motor is relatively simple… ACThree Phase Induction MotorRPMis determined by the formula: RPM = (120 * Frequency) / # of poles in the motor.

## How many HP is rpm?

In other words, power is the rate of completing work (or applying torque) in a given amount of time. Mathematically, horsepower equals torque multiplied by rpm. **H = T x rpm/5252**, where H is horsepower, T is pound-feet, rpm is how fast the engine is spinning, and 5252 is a constant that makes the units jibe.

## How do I lower the RPM on my electric motor?

**A couple of things you can do:**

- Use gears to change ratio of speed, which is what you’re going to do. …
- Use a stepper motor, which are commonly used for high-torque, low RPM applications.
- Find some sort of PWM control circuit to slow it down, although you probably won’t be able to get it down to 5-10RPM.

## How can we increase the RPM of motor?

Increasing the speed can be achieved by **increasing the supply frequency** as the speed and frequency are directly proportional; however, there are two constraints. The first is the saturation of the magnetic circuit, but this issue can be significantly avoided by keeping the V/f ratio constant.

## Can a 60Hz motor run on 50Hz?

For a generic answer: **yes you can**, IF: you reduce the voltage by 50/60, the equipment doesn’t care, you don’t care about potentially overheating the motor, the process/load can tolerate the lower speed/torque, etc.

## What happens if 60Hz motor is driven at 50Hz?

It will run with following problems for a 50Hz motor running on 60Hz: **The core loss will increase and cause over heating of core**. As the core loss will increase, the Power Factor of motor will reduce. The motor speed will be higher, so shaft load will increase.

## How many windings are in a 6 pole motor?

Conventionally in such two speed motors, two independent windings, a four pole winding and a six pole or **eight pole winding**, are used.

## What is the maximum rpm of an electric motor?

DC controls adjust speed by varying the voltage sent to the motor (this differs from AC motor controls which adjust the line frequency to the motor). Typical no load or synchronous speeds for an AC fractional horsepower motor are 1800 or 3600 rpm, and **1000-5000 rpm for DC fractional hp motors**.

## How do you calculate RPM speed?

To do this, use the formula: **revolutions per minute = speed in meters per minute / circumference in meters**. Following the example, the number of revolutions per minute is equal to: 1,877 / 1.89 = 993 revolutions per minute.

## How many coils does a 6 pole motor have?

To create a six pole motor use **six coils per phase** that creates three north poles and three south poles and so on. The number of stator slots is always a multiple of six.