Definitions for "Induction motor"
A type of alternating-current motor comprising two wound members, one stationary, called the stator, and the other rotating, called the rotor, these two members corresponding to a certain extent to the field and armature of a direct-current motor.
An ac motor that operates on principle of rotating magnetic field. Rotor has no electrical connection, but receives elecĀ­trical energy by transformer action from field windings.
A simple, rugged, ac motor with desirable characteristics. The rotor is energized by transformer action (induction) from the stator. Induction motors are used more than any other type. [ Motor Manufacturers
Keywords:  constant, drive, speed
a nearly constant speed drive
An induction machine which converts electric power, delivered to the primary circuit, into mechanical power.