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GATE EE 2001

Subjective

+5

-0

In a $$dc$$ motor running at $$2000$$ $$rpm,$$ the hysteresis and eddy current losses are $$500$$ $$W$$ and $$200$$ $$W$$ respectively. If the flux remains constant, calculate the speed at which the total iron losses are halved.

2

GATE EE 2001

Subjective

+5

-0

A $$dc$$ series motor is rated $$230V,$$ $$1000$$ $$rpm,$$ $$80$$ $$A$$ (refer to Figure). The series field resistance is $$0.11\,\Omega ,$$ and the armature resistance is $$0.14\,\Omega .$$ If the flux at an armature current of $$20A$$ is $$0.4$$ times of that under rated condition, calculate the speed at this reduced armature current of $$20$$ $$A.$$

3

GATE EE 1999

Subjective

+5

-0

A separately excited $$DC$$ shunt motor is driving a fan load whose torque is proportional to the square of the speed. When $$100$$ $$V$$ are applied to the motor, the current taken by the motor is $$8$$ $$A,$$ with the speed being $$500$$ $$rpm.$$ At what applied voltage does the speed reach $$750$$ $$rpm$$ and then what is the current drawn by the armature? Assume the armature circuit resistance to be $$1\,\,\,\Omega .$$ Neglect brush drop and mechanical losses.

4

GATE EE 1998

Subjective

+5

-0

A $$DC$$ shunt generator delivers $$60$$ $$KW$$ at $$240$$ $$V$$ and $$360$$ $$rpm.$$ The armature and field resistances are $$0.015\,\,\,\Omega $$ and $$60\,\,\,\Omega $$ respectively. Calculate the speed of the machine running as a shunt motor and taking $$60$$ $$KW$$ input at $$240$$ $$V.$$ Allow $$1$$ volt per brush for contact drop.

Questions Asked from D.C Machines (Marks 5)

Number in Brackets after Paper Indicates No. of Questions

GATE EE Subjects

Electromagnetic Fields

Signals and Systems

Engineering Mathematics

General Aptitude

Power Electronics

Power System Analysis

Analog Electronics

Control Systems

Digital Electronics

Electrical Machines

Electric Circuits