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The terminal voltage of a DC shunt generator drops on load because of all of the following except :

(A) Armature reaction

(B) Armature resistance drop

(C) Commutation

(D) Field weakening due to armature reaction and armature resistance drop

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The terminal voltage of a DC shunt generator drops on load because of all of the following except : Commutation

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(D) Field weakening due to armature reaction and armature resistance drop

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