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 pull-up_torque [2017/01/30 15:13]stan_zurek -review pull-up_torque [2020/07/19 01:41] (current)stan_zurek Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2020/07/19 01:41 stan_zurek 2020/07/09 00:00 stan_zurek 2020/07/02 22:35 external edit2017/01/30 15:13 stan_zurek -review2015/03/30 14:14 stan_zurek created Next revision Previous revision 2020/07/19 01:41 stan_zurek 2020/07/09 00:00 stan_zurek 2020/07/02 22:35 external edit2017/01/30 15:13 stan_zurek -review2015/03/30 14:14 stan_zurek created Line 1: Line 1: + ====== Pull-up torque ====== + |< 100% >| + | //[[user/Stan Zurek]], Pull-up torque, [[http://Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com|Encyclopedia-Magnetica.com]], {accessed @YEAR@-@MONTH@-@DAY@}// | + + ===== Definition ===== + + **Pull-up torque** - such a value of [[torque]] which allows an [[electric motor]] to accelerate the [[load]] to the normal operating conditions. In other words: a maximum load which can be accelerated to the nominal conditions.[(Siemens>[[https://eb.automation.siemens.com/goos/catalog/Pages/ProductData.aspx?nodeID=10139264&language=en®ionUrl=/#activetab=product&|SIMOTICS N-compact Non-Standard Motors, {accessed 21 Nov 2012}]])] + + {{page>insert/paypal}} + + + Pull-up torque for an [[induction motor]][(Siemens)][(Doty)] + [[file/starting_pull-up_break-down_torque_magnetica.png|{{starting_pull-up_break-down_torque_magnetica.png}}]] + {{page>insert/by_SZ}} + + + This is the lowest point on the torque curve and for [[asynchronous motor|asynchronous motors]] can be synonymous with [[starting torque]].[(Doty>[[http://google.com/books?isbn=9781420088700|Steve Doty, Wayne C. Turner, Energy Management Handbook, 7th edition, The Fairmont Press, 2009, ISBN 978-1-4200-8870-0, p. 280]])] + + ===== See also ===== + *[[Break-down torque]] + *[[Pull-out torque]] + *[[Pull-in torque]] + + + + ===== References ===== + ~~REFNOTES~~ + + {{tag>Torque_curves Counter}}