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Re: [TCML] single phase synchronous motor

On 1/27/15 5:28 PM, Peter Sutter wrote:
Wasn't the Scott three-phase transformer invented by Westinghouse
engineer Charles F. Scott in the late 1890s to bypass Thomas Edison's
more expensive rotary converter and thereby permit two-phase generator
plants to drive Nikola Tesla's three-phase motors? And it is self
balancing the load.


You still need two phase power for a Scott T..

And if you have two phases, you can run a regular three phase off it (with more power dissipation)

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