Consider a separately excited dc motor having a constant field current and a constant applied…

Consider a separately excited dc motor having a constant field current and a constant applied armature voltage. It is accelerating a pure-inertia load from rest. Neglecting the armature inductance and the rotational losses, show that by the time the motor reaches its final speed, the energy dissipated in the armature resistance is equal to the energy stored in the rotating parts.

 

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