# What is wire in motor

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What is the slip (as a percentage) when a 6 pole single phase induction motor operating on 220 V and 60 Hz is rotating at speed of 1140 rpm? A) 60% B) 5% C) 10% D) None of these

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A separately excited dc motor operating in first quadrant is fed from 3-phase semi -converter free -wheeling diode is open circuited, then the motor :  (A) can be operated in first quadrant (B) can be operated in first & second quadrants (C) can be operated in first & fourth quadrants (D) cannot be operated

In a DC motor, it is important to place the brushes along ______ A) Magnetic Neutral Axis B) Normal Geometric Axis C) Nominal Geometric Axis D) None of these

In a single-phase induction motor, the operating direction is determined by the ________ A) Rotor B) Stator C) Starting circuit D) None of these

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What will happen if you increase the current in the motor?

In a 4-pole wave winding connected dc motor, the cross-magnetizing AT/pole for a brush shift of θ radians (A) Armature amp-conductors × (θ/360o) (B) Armature amp-turns × (θ/360o) (C) Armature amp-conductors × (1/4 - θ/360o) (D) Armature amp-conductors × (1/8 - θ/360o)

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AC motor

what is the difference between synchronous and asynchronous motor?

Which type of starter is used to start the DC motor?

Why starter is required for starting an induction motor?

Why a single phase motor is not a self starting motor

In a double squirrel cage induction motor, good starting torque is produced as (A) Large current flows through the outer high resistance winding. (B) Large current flows through the inner high resistance winding. (C) Small current flows through the outer high resistance winding. (D) Large current flows through the inner low resistance winding.

In an induction motor if the flux density is reduced to one-half, of its normal value then the torque will  (1) reduce to one-half (2) reduce to one-fourth (3) remain unchanged (4) increase four times

The function of a brush and commutator arrangement in a dc motor is to  (1) produce unidirectional torque (2) produce unidirectional current in the armature (3) help in changing the direction of rotation of the armature (4) reduce sparking

In a single-phase induction motor when the rotor is stationary and voltage is applied to the stator, then (A) the flux is constant (B) the flux first decreases and then increases in the same direction (C) the flux increases and decreases in the opposite direction with the same magnitude (D) current flows through the rotor

In a 3-phase slip-ring induction motor, the slip at some speed is 0.05. The speed is reduced by inserting an external resistance in the rotor circuit and the slip is 0.15. If the rotor winding resistance per phase is 0.2 Ω, the external resistance is (A) 0.2 Ω (B) 0.3 Ω (C) 0.4 Ω (D) 0.5 Ω

In a d.c. motor, unidirectional torque is produced with the help of

As there is no back e.m.f. at the instant of starting a D.C. motor, in order to prevent a heavy current from flowing though the armature circuit?