# Why the speed of synchronous motor is constant?

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When you supply 60 Hz (or 50 Hz), the motor will spin at one speed, which is dependent on the number of poles. This rotational speed will be constant with different mechanical loads, up to the point that the motor (or coupling) fails, hence it is a “constant speed” motor.

## Why speed of synchronous motor is always constant even when load is not constant?

Originally Answered: why does speed of synchronous motor remain constant even under variable load? the stator and rotor magnetic field will get locked at an angle, that angle is called as load angle or torque angle. so if load increases the angle between the two fields will also keep increasing with speed as constant.

## How does the synchronous motor maintain its speed?

In the synchronous AC motor, the speed of rotation is synchronized to the frequency of the AC input current. Also, produced torque can be regulated with the phase difference between them. … The torque of a synchronous motor is produced by the phase difference between the rotating magnetic field and the rotor.

## What is constant speed motor?

A DC motor can be referred to as a constant speed motor because it can self- regulate its speed.

## How can synchronous motor be stopped?

The methods that are employed for Braking of Synchronous Motor are:

1. Regenerative braking while operating on a variable frequency supply.
2. Rheostatic braking.
3. Plugging.

## How do you test a synchronous motor?

TESTING THE SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR

The rotor can be tested with an ohmmeter for an open winding or a grounded winding. To test the rotor for an open winding, connect one of the ohmmeter leads to each of the slip rings on the rotor shaft, Figure 17–5.

## What are the advantages of synchronous motor?

The advantage of using synchronous motor is the ability to control the power factor. An over excited synchronous-motor has leading power factor and is operated in parallel to induction motors thereby improving the system power factor. Speed remains constant irrespective of the loads in synchronous motors.

## What is the main disadvantage of synchronous motors? 