a type of electric motor in which alternating current from a power source is fed through a primary winding and induces a current in a secondary winding, with the parts arranged so that the resulting magnetic field causes a movable rotor to rotate with respect to a fixed stator.
The magnetic field of the rotor in an induction motor is generated by an electric current flowing through its copper windings.
In the induction motor, the rotor has no direct connection to an external source of electricity.
The pump impeller attaches to the rotor shaft of the driving motor, which is an electric induction motor.
The difference between theoretical, or synchronous, speed and actual speed in an induction motor.
Most dryers use a single-phase capacitor-run induction motor.
The actual operating speed of an induction motor is somewhat less than its synchronous speed.
British Dictionary definitions for induction motor
a type of brushless electric motor in which an alternating supply fed to the windings of the stator creates a magnetic field that induces a current in the windings of the rotor. Rotation of the rotor results from the interaction of the magnetic field created by the rotor current with the field of the stator