Series wound. Parallel wound. Series/parallel or Compound wound.
Series wound.Parallel wound.Compound wound, which has both series and parallel windings.
Types of DC Motorsâ€¢DC motor â€¢ Permanent Magnet DC Motorâ€¢ Separately Excited DC Motorâ€¢ Self Excited DC Motorâ€¢ Shunt Wound DC Motorâ€¢ Series Wound DC Motorâ€¢ Compound Wound DC Motorâ€¢ Cumulative compound DC motorâ€¢ Short shunt DC Motorâ€¢ Long shunt DC Motorâ€¢ Differential Compound DC Motorâ€¢ Short Shunt DC Motorâ€¢ Long Shunt DC Motor
traction means propulsion of vichel and traction motor means the motor which propel the our object and it have tractive effort thats why we are saying traction and it is used in railways
dc series motor is used for traction...
Sometimes, for example in a separately excited dc motor. But in a series-wound dc motor the torque is proportional to current-squared, which gives the motor a very high starting torque and this makes series motors very popular for traction.
A series motor is employed for traction application which has starting torque and permits intermittent operations by braking, which cannot be expected of a general purpose motor.
DC Traction Motor.
DC Series motor
dc series motor
explain wound rotor
Mainly a Foam Compound
Motor bird is not a compound word.
In delhi metro used motor is INDUCTION MOTOR.
it is a motopr which is used to drive the electrical vehicles
DC series motors...
DC series motor can provide large starting torque.
What kind of DC Motor? Different motors have different torque DC Motor Types * Permanent Magnet: No field coils at all. * Series Wound: the field coils are connected in series with the armature coil. Powerful and efficient at high speed, series wound motors generate the most torque for a given current. Speed varies wildly with load, and can run away under no-load conditions. * Shunt Wound: the field coils are connected in parallel with the armature coil. Shunt wound motors generate the least torque for a given current, but speed varies very little with load. Will not run away under no-load, but may if the field windings fail. * Compound Wound: a combination of series and shunt wound. This is an attempt to make a motor that will not run away under no load or if the field fails, yet is as efficient and powerful as a series wound motor. * Check this link: http://www.reliance.com/prodserv/motgen/b7096.htm
A series-wound motor is referred to as a universal motor. We cab operate this motor either AC or DC power.
If you are asking what is the advantage of a motor wound for a Y or Delta configuration over a motor wound for a single phase configuration, then the advantage of the Y or Delta motor is more efficient operation. And in a motor, or in any power application, efficiency is all important.
To give more traction on a dry surface. The rubber compound is very soft to provide traction but that is also why they do not last long.
There are different kind of traction control system. the logic behind them is to detect tire spin (when you loose traction) and the car will mechanically or electronically adjust the output of the motor to prevent slippage.
An open compound fracture.