EXPERIMENTAL STUDY AND PERFORMANCE OF PERMANENT MAGNET AND WOUNDED TYPE DC MOTOR USING OF REGULATOR
The DC motor has important role in moving system because of mostly use in the industry. The
speed control of DC motor is increasingly getting sophisticated and precise. The Speed of the
DC motor is controlled by with the help of controlling the armature voltage. There are various
methods of speed control of DC drives namely field control, armature voltage control.
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