Home / Electrical Articles / What is wound rotor induction motor What is wound rotor induction motor Author: Technical Editor Category: Electrical Articles 10 May 18 The rotor windings are star-connected like a three-phase star connected transformer. Rotor winding is present inside rotor drum. Rotor drum is placed on the motor shaft. Motor shaft carries three slip rings which are circular in shape and rotates at the same speed as that of the rotor. The rotor winding terminal is permanently connected to these slip rings. The slip rings are continuously in contact with three brushes which are stationary. In most of the time, external resistances is necessary to develop a high starting torque. Thus external resistance can be added to rotor resistances with the combination of slip rings and brushes. So rotor terminals are accessible to the user due to use of slip rings and brushes. Wound rotor induction motor Like Dislike Related Articles:What is squirrel cage rotorEffect of variation of rotor resistanceParts of induction motorWhat is 3 ph induction motorConstruction of 3-phase induction motorInduction motor Related Posts Difference between Shunt Capacitor and Series Inductor Filter by Ravi Barwad What are bio-degradable lubricants? by Technical Editor Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name:* Email:* Website : Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.