At full load the speed of the motor is 1350 rpm. Hence slip at full load = 5.33% When the motor is so loaded that the rotor speed is reduced to 0, the value of Slip is 1. Hence, value of Slip gradually increases from no-load to full load. Hope this helps!

## What is the value of slip if the induction motor is run unloaded?

The **slip value** is equal to ‘1’ as the rotor in the **motor** is at rest & it will not equivalent to ‘0’. So while operating the **motor**, the synchronous speed is not equivalent to ‘N’ i.e, actual speed in a given time.

## What is the maximum value of slip in induction motor?

(3.68), this maximum slip frequency is a function of leakage inductance, and thus, its range depends on the total leakage inductance, X l s + X l r . For a standard induction motor, this value is normally **0.2 p.u.**, producing a constant power range up to two to three times the rated speed.

## When an induction motor is loaded from no load to full load?

When an induction motor is loaded from no load to full load, **its speed decreases & slip increases**.

## What happens if fifth harmonics is given to induction motor?

What happens if fifth multiples of harmonics is given to induction motor? **It will rotates in reverse direction**.

## What is the value of slip at full load?

At full load the speed of the motor is 1350 rpm. Hence slip at full load = **5.33%** When the motor is so loaded that the rotor speed is reduced to 0, the value of Slip is 1. Hence, value of Slip gradually increases from no-load to full load.

## What is slip in 3 phase induction?

This speed difference is called slip. Therefore, the **difference between the synchronous speed Ns of the rotating stator field and the actual rotor speed N** is called slip. The slip increase with load and is necessary for torque production. Slip speed is equal to the difference between rotor speed and synchronous speed.

## Can slip be negative?

**If the rotor of an induction machine rotates above synchronous speed**, slip is negative, as are torque, mechanical output power and air gap power. … If slip is negative, the “input power” to the electrical terminals will be negative, implying that power is flowing out of the electrical terminals.