Hwk_Soln_11_wo_3Phase_but Plus_Shaker

Hwk_Soln_11_wo_3Phase_but Plus_Shaker - to S is right to...

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332: 373 Elements of Electrical Engineering Spring, 2010 Dr. Shoane Homework Solutions #11 1
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Hwk Soln #11 Spring, 2010 Problem 7.43 Dr. Shoane 2
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Hwk Soln #11 Spring, 2010 Dr. Shoane Prob. 18.53 a) For the applied voltage, V S , the current on the right of the armature is into the page, while the magnetic field (N
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Unformatted text preview: to S) is right to left. Using Fleming’s left hand rule for motors, we can determine that the deflection force is upwards. A similar analysis on the left side of the armature will also show a deflection upwards. 4...
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