Induction motor question

When getting the equivalent circuit refered to the stator of an induction motor you need the turns ratio of stator/rotor windings - like a transformer. What happens if you have a squirrel cage motor? What happens to the turns ratio then?


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It's N:1 of course, and you can find the resistance of a shorted turn of solid aluminum, which is usually what they stuff into the rotor.


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