Alternating-Current Controllers for Steel Mills

Arthur Simon
1915 Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers  
OF PAPER The induction motor with either squirrel cage or wound rotor is practically the only type of alternating-current motor used for general industrial purposes in this country and therefore the author has confined his paper to considerations of the control problems offered by induction machines. The various types of alternating-current controller in use are described and illustrated and the advantages and disadvantages of each type as well as its limiting capacities are discussed. A number
more » ... discussed. A number of typical examples of installations of alternating-current controllers in mill work and allied industries is described.
doi:10.1109/t-aiee.1915.4765241 fatcat:qjlwov4wxzgwpbyul3twklepju