Question  need the answer for the question no. 1 Question 1 Given that the Stall Torque is . This is the maximum torque generated by the motor. This occurs when the speed is zero.

So when  Substituting this, we get  Now the no load speed is . This is the speed when there is no torque.

So when  , Substituting this we get   Hence we can write  So the characteristic Torque – Speed equation is In the specification, we can see that  So  Question (2) #### Earn Coins

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