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A DC motor is composed of a stator and a rotor. In many small motors, the stator is composed of magnets. Larger motors have windings.
Norton’s Theorem The Norton’s Theorem is similar to the Thevenin’s Theorem. It can be seen that, the equivalent circuit is: A Voltage source (Thevenin voltage: Vth) in series with a resistor (Thevenin resistance: RTH) Thevenin…
The Thevenin’s theorem is used to convert a two terminal circuit, into a very simple circuit containing one voltage source in series with a single resistor