Why this course?
Understand “How DC Motor works?” in most simplified way. Course is designed to help students in understanding fundamental concept and mathematical derivation. Content delivered here ensures learning new prospective for students of schools & colleges. “Easy to understand” and “Every bit to understand” are two basic blocks of this course.
Who this course is for?
This course will help 10+ students to understand working principle of DC Motor.
This course covers mathematical and scientific detail of DC motor to help engineering students of first year.
This course is suitable to all science and technology lovers who wanted to gain the fundamental knowledge about DC motor.
What you’ll learn:
You will learn fundamental concept of how dc motor works
You will learn mathematical and graphical representation of DC Motor
You will learn various speed control methods of DC Motors
You will learn DC Shunt and DC Series Motor
You will learn various parameters and terms related to DC Motor
Basic science (primary school level)
Ch 1: Introduction
1.1 Course Intro
Ch 2: Fundamental Concept of How DC Motor Works
2.1 Parameters of Electrical & Mechanical System
2.2 Representation of Electric Motor as Block Diagram
2.3 Force produced by Permanent Magnet
2.4 How electric current produces force?
2.5 Current Carrying Conductors Placed in Magnetic Field
2.6 Requirement of Arrangement to Produce Unidirectional Torque
2.7 How to Supply Electric Current to Rotating Coil
2.8 Maintaining Direction of Current with Commutator
Ch 3: Basic Parts of DC Motor
3.1 Basic Parts of DC Motor
Ch 4: Back emf & it’s importance
4.1: Role of Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law in DC Motor (Back emf)
Ch 5: Mathematical Representation
5.1: Speed Torque Equation
5.2: Graphical Representation
Ch 6: Speed Control Methods
6.1: Effect of Supply Voltage
6.2: Effect of Adding Resistance to Armature Winding
6.3: Effect of Adding Resistance to Field Winding
Ch 7: Summary
Ch 8: DC Series Motor
8.1: DC Series Motor
8.2: Speed Torque Characteristics of DC Series Motor
Ch 9: More about DC Motor
9.2: Controversy Effect: “Effect of Field Flux on Motor Torque”
9.3: Equation of Force
9.4: Shape and Equation of Back Emf
9.5: Average Value of Back Emf
9.6: Power Transfer
9.7: Shaft Torque
9.8: Applications & Limitations
9.9: Maximum Power Transfer Point
Ch 10: Demonstrations & Practice
10.1: PMDC Motors
Ph.d, IIT Roorkee
In 2013, Dr. Jignesh Makwana earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee. Since the previous 15 years, he has been teaching power electronics, electric drives, control systems, and other subjects in engineering colleges. From 2013 until 2017, he was an associate professor and the head of the Electrical Engineering Department at Marwadi University in Rajkot. He currently works as a product design and development consultant for a number of firms in the fields of electric drives and power electronics. He also assists numerous reputable universities in developing engineering curricula and syllabuses as a BOS member.
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