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Convert 230V/1 Phase/50Hz motor into 60Hz with same voltage and phase

To produce the same magnetic flux density, the ratio of volt-per-hertz must remain constant. This normally means that if the frequency goes up, the voltage must ALSO increase by the same proportion (e.g going from 50 to 60 Hz requires the voltage to increase by 6/5).

Since the intent is to retain the same voltage, the stator winding itself will have to change. The objective is to have the same number of coils (or turns) cutting the same number of lines of flux. Again, the ratio of frequencies is relative to the change in number of turns. (In your case, a 5 turn coil would become a 6 turn coil). With the slot geometry limited to a fixed value, this means smaller cross-section and increased heating - or a derate of the output power by the same ratio (180 kW at 50 Hz becomes 150 kW at 60 Hz).

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