Thank youThe output power of a motor has an upper bound which is the input power. Input power is a function of current and voltage. There will be losses that you can estimate and arrive at an efficiency factor which is then applied to the input power. You can also measure the mechanical power output of a motor by measuring the amount of work done in interval of time.
A key feature of the BLDC motor is the sensing of rotor position to do the communtation at an arbitrary rotational velocity. I don't think that a 3-phase induction motor has this capability, so I would have to answer no without more information.
Thank youThe output power of a motor has an upper bound which is the input power. Input power is a function of current and voltage. There will be losses that you can estimate and arrive at an efficiency factor which is then applied to the input power. You can also measure the mechanical power output of a motor by measuring the amount of work done in interval of time.
A key feature of the BLDC motor is the sensing of rotor position to do the communtation at an arbitrary rotational velocity. I don't think that a 3-phase induction motor has this capability, so I would have to answer no without more information.
Induction motors have a squirrel cage rotor compared to a BLDC which has a PM version.How is output power of bldc motor calculated? Can we convert any 3 pase induction motor to bldc motor (diy)?