Which Kind of Dc Motor Has the Poorest Speed Regulation -shunt ,series ,cumulative Compound?


1. Why can't a superconductor make a DC motor self sustaining?

There are other losses in a motor besides I^2R losses. There are eddy currents in the steel as well as hysteresis losses. There are also losses from friction and wind resistance.

2. DC motor makes noise but does not rotate

For the benefit of anyone reading Jeremy Blum's Exploring Arduino book who is having the same issue- he has labelled the transistor wrong in the book so the collector and emitter are back to front. Turn the transistor around to face the other way and your issue will be resolved

3. If carbon is non-metal, then how do carbon brushes in a DC motor transmit electric current?

Actually carbon brushes of DC motor are made from a weak conductor of electricity, called graphite. It is an allotrope of carbon. This material has a smooth planar lattice arrangement and has a lot of "valence" electrons or free electrons in the lattice. These electrons can move when an electric potential is applied to the sides of a graphite plate.

4. what do you mean by DVI feedback widely used in dc motor speed control?

The term "DVI feedback" appears to be a term that is unique to one particular company. It refers to an isolated armature voltage feedback signal. DVI may mean DC or Digital Voltage Isolated or Isolator. The company web site uses a lot of acronyms and technical jargon but does not provide much clear or easily accessible information. Electronic motor control equipment and other power electronic equipment generally includes some type of galvanic isolation between higher voltage power handling circuits and the lower voltage control circuits. Isolation is required for all command or driver signals and all feedback signals transmitted between the two areas. Isolation is usually provided by opto-isolators or transformers. Either digital or analog signals can be used.

5. In the DC motor, how is the maximum speed determined in the case of no load?

Notes from personal experiments, not from theoretical analysis: Small permanent-magnet motors removed from toys or devices like tape recorders when supplied with rated DC voltage run at a pretty high speed. It seems to be limited by friction and air resistance. They have not self destructed in my experience at rated voltage. Under normal load they run a little slower. If they are given increasingly high voltage, with no load, the windings overheat and smoke, the bearings overheat and seize, and it might fly apart or jam from the centrifugal forces

6. What is the best way to measure the following DC motor parameters?

The torque constant and the back EMF constant will not change with changing voltage. The standard units of measurement should be Newton-Meters / Amp for the torque constant and Volts / Radians per Second for the back EMF constant, but other units could be used, so it is best to have the units stated by the manufacturer.Motor regulation is the speed change resulting from a given load torque change. If the magnetic flux of the field is constant as with a permanent-magnet DC motor with a commutator, the torque vs speed relationship is quite linear from no-load speed to stalled torque.

7. Controlling Stepper or DC motor with L298 or L293 and getting operation similar to Servo for 6 dof arm

You can not do position control without position feedback.You need position feedback. Your comments regarding why you are not going to use position feedback ("cumbersome and inaccurate due to vibration") are totally inaccurate. There is no vibration unless you do not mount the equipment correctly. It's not any more cumbersome than anything else. If you want to do position control, you are going to put a position sensor somewhere.How well you want to do position control, how accurate you want it to be, how long you want the startup/homing routine to be, those are all questions for you the designer to answer. Being lazy now and choosing to slap a limit switch on because you can not be bothered to actually look at rotary encoders means you get to wonder for the life of your robot arm whether the arm is actually in the position you think it is. You can command an incremental position change. You cannot verify the final position

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