# Induced Voltage in Induction Motor

It is an image of a squirrel cage rotor. $$\\textbf{B}_{S}\$$ is the rotating magnetic field created by the stator. It creates an induced voltage $$\\textbf{E}_{S}\$$(not shown in the image) in the bars of the rotor. The plane of maximum $$\E_{S}\$$ is the plane containing $$\\textbf{B}_{S}\$$. $$\\textbf{E}_{S}\$$ creates the rotor current $$\\textbf{I}_{R}\$$ which produces another magnetic field $$\\textbf{B}_{R}\$$. The net magnetic field $$\\textbf{B}_{net}\$$ induces a voltage $$\\textbf{E}_{R}\$$.Will $$\\textbf{E}_{R}\$$ produce another current which will add with $$\\textbf{I}_{R}\$$? How does this process end?

• Explain how you can say "It creates an induced voltage in the bars of the rotor aligned with $B_S$." – Andy aka Feb 28 '19 at 16:29
• Explanation is given in the post. – Md Iqbal Kotha Feb 28 '19 at 16:57