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The chief advantage of Ward-Leonard system D.C. motor speed control is that is 

1. Can be used even for small motors 2. has high overall efficiency at all speeds 3. Gives smooth, sensitive and wide speed control 4. Uses a flywheel to reduce fluctuations in power demand

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The chief advantage of Ward-Leonard system D.C. motor speed control is that is Gives smooth, sensitive and wide speed control 

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