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SPLIT-PHASE MOTORS

Since the single-phase induction is not self-starting, means must be provided to create an initial torque. But the initial torque is only possible if a rotating flux is created in the stator. It is known that a rotating flux is produced when there is a difference of 90° between the currents of two stationary coils. Or if the stator possesses two fluxes having a large phase difference, the result is a rotating flux.