Electrical Braking

Electrical Braking

The term braking means, to reduce the speed of any rotating equipment like a vehicle, locomotive. There are mainly two types of braking; Mechanical braking Electrical braking In mechanical braking,…

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Testing of DC Machine

Testing of DC Machine

The testing of the DC machine is required for legitimate creation and smooth inconvenience-free tasks. The tests which are fundamentally required for these reasons for existing are – Open circuit…

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EMF Equation of DC Generator

EMF Equation of DC Generator

A DC generator is used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. The armature is a rotating part of the DC machine. The mechanical energy gets from the prime mover…

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Working Principle of DC Generator

Working Principle of DC Generator

The generator used to convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. According to the output power, the generator classified into two types; AC Generator DC Generator Click here for Construction of…

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Torque equation of DC machine

Torque Equation of DC Motor

The term torque is a quantitative measure of the tendency of a force to cause a rotational motion. It is a turning and twisting moment of a force about an…

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What is an Electrical Drive?

What is an Electrical Drive?

The electrical drive was introduced in Russia by B.S. Iakobi in 1838. He designed a  DC electric motor supplied from a DC battery and used to propel a boat. This…

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Types of DC Machine

Types of DC Machine

The DC machine works on Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. There are two windings in the DC machine; field winding and armature winding. The circulating current supplied to the field…

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Different parts of DC Machine

Different Parts of DC Machine

Main parts of DC machines are 1) Yoke or Frame or Magnetic frame 2) Poles and Pole shoe 3) Armature 4) Armature winding and Field winding 5) Commutator 6) Brushes…

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