IntroDCMotors031406-1

IntroDCMotors031406-1 - Introduction to DC Motors Martin...

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11/19/10 Mdf 1 Introduction to DC Motors Introduction to DC Motors Martin Dale Fox
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11/19/10 Mdf 2 Introduction Introduction Conceptual introduction to electrical machinery DC motors and generators: basic concepts Any relevant background/ interest?
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11/19/10 Mdf 3 Vocabulary Vocabulary Electric generators convert energy from mechanical to electrical form via magnetic fields; electrical motor converts electrical to mechanical Two types of generators/motors AC and DC Magnetic field is generated by electromagnets referred to as field windings Coils where EMFs are induced are known as armature circuits. [armature can be on stator or rotor] Stator: stationary; Rotor ; moving
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Mdf 4 DC motors/ types DC motors/ types PM; permanent field magnet motors -> low HP ; up to ~10 Hp Wound field-> highest HP up to several hundred HP -shunt wound used in elevator and hoist - compound wound: specific torque/speed char. - Used for vehicle propulsion.
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2010 for the course ECE 3211 taught by Professor Marks during the Spring '08 term at UConn.

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