INDUCTION MOTOR SOFTWARE
Now you can design induction motors with the same software that was used to develop many of the motors in production today. Cyril Vienott, Ph.D. winner of the Nicola Tesla Medal, Senior Member of the IEEE and, developer of "VICA" Computer Aided Motor Design Programs will share his design secrets with you. Dr. Veinott designed hundreds of induction motors for Reliance Electric for over 40 years. His books have been translated into several languages. He has taught these design techniques throughout the US, Canada, South America and Europe. Many of these induction motors are in production and use today.
The best news is that complete magnetic design software and instructions can be yours. These design programs are based on time tested techniques developed by Dr. Veinott. Using them, you too can design single phase and poly phase induction motors.
FEATURES COMMON TO ALL VICA PROGRAMS
NOTE: "VICA" (pronounced vee-kuh) is an acronym for Veinott Interactive Computer Aid
Vica Programs run on virtually all IBM-compatible computers. Executable programs are each accompanied by a ready-made set of inputs so that users can run the program immediately upon receipt.
VICA SOFTWARE FOR SINGLE PHASE MOTORS DESIGN
1. How to Design a Single-Phase Motor On a Personal Computer - (English Units)
VICA-42I is an upgraded program. Optionally, the program can also handle problems involving only circuit-constants. It comes with the 4th edition, 204-page book by Cyril G. Veinott. Dr Veinott is both the author and publisher. This book briefly reviews single-phase motor theory, and explains how to use the computer program. .
2. Multispeed Capacitor Motors - (English Units)
This comprises two programs. One program does a design analysis of a shunted capacitor motor. The second does the same for a tapped-winding capacitor motor with one or two extra windings, arranged for 2-speed or 3- speed operation, when connected by one of these connections: L, T, or A.
3. Tapped Winding Motors, Metric Unit
This program is similar to (3) above, except that metric units are used.throughout. Note: the shunted capacitor motor is not included.