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> Date: Sun, 19 May 2013 17:49:19 +0100
> From: graymp89@xxxxxxxxx
> To: Tesla@xxxxxxxxxx
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> Subject: [TCML] SRSG Motor
> Hi all
> I'm looking for a synchronous motor to use for a rotary spark gap. I've
> been reading through the archives to get up to speed on exactly what I
> need, and have been looking for it on the web. From what I've read, it
> seems most people decide to modify any old AC motor to operate as a
> salient-pole synchronous motor. Is this because the salient-pole type just
> isn't manufactured anymore and so is very hard to get your hands on?
> I'd much prefer to purchase a suitable motor that was designed and
> manufactured as a salient-pole type. Trouble is I can't find anything. I'm
> in the UK which probably makes this even harder. Does anyone know of a
> company/website where I can buy one? Or any general advice/tips would be
> appreciated.
> Also, I haven't seen permanent magnet synchronous motors mentioned much in
> the list archives. It seems to me that a motor of this type would do the
> same job as a salient-pole type, as the permanent magnet poles would 'lock'
> to the stator field in the same way that the salient poles would. If so
> these may be easier to find. So does anyone have any advice for someone in
> the UK looking to purchase a motor of this kind?
> As I said, I'd much prefer to buy one than modify one myself... so any help
> would be appreciated.
> Cheers
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