synchronous speed

noun Electricity.
the speed at which an alternating-current machine must operate to generate electromotive force at a given frequency. Unabridged
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The induction generator generates electricity when it is driven above synchronous speed.
The difference between actual operating speed and the synchronous speed of an induction motor is referred to as slip.
The drive motor should be designed for constant synchronous speed.
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