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Advantages/disadvantages of a shunt wound, series wound, compound wound dc motors?

"my business is creating a go-kart, there exists some confusions concerning axle time-span, really should top axle period follow smaller sized as compared to rear a single or perhaps equal as well as greater, also describe some great benefits of applying that will setup......

an amount really do the positive aspects in case most of us utilize entry small wheels with more compact height when compared with rear trolley wheels"

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hawking 29-01-2013
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naran 16-03-2013
"Some of the common uses of the shunt motor are machine shop lathes, and industry process lines where speed and tension control are critical. "
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dharmaraaj 17-03-2013
"Common uses of the compound motor include elevators, air compressors, conveyors, presses and shears. Compound motors can be operated as shunt motors by disconnecting the series field. Many manufacturing process lines are designed this way. The reason being that, most off the shelf motors are compound motors, and the series field can always be connected later to provide additional torque, if needed. "
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lakshmigopal 19-03-2013
"Common uses of the series motor include crane hoists, where large heavy loads will be raised and lowered and bridge and trolley drives on large overhead cranes. The series motor provides the starting torque required for moving large loads. Traction motors used to drive trains are series motors that provide the required torque and horsepower to get massive amounts of weight moving "
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