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There are three types of self excited DC motor

1. series wound

2. shunt wound

3, compound wound

1.Applications of DC series motor are :

  • DC series motor is use for high speed applications.
  • DC series motor is use for electrical traction.
  • DC series motor is use for Crane.
  • DC series motor is use in vacuum cleaner.
  • DC series motor is use in trains.

These are some applications of DC series motor,


2.Applications of DC shunt motor are : 

  • DC shunt motor are use for lathe machine.
  • DC shunt motor is use for compressor.
  • DC shunt motor is use for drilling.
  • DC shunt motor is use for grinders.

These are some applications of DC shunt motor.


3.Applications of DC compound motor are :

  • DC compound motor is use for elevators.
  • DC compound motor is use for rolling mill.
  • DC compound motor is use for punches.

These are some applications of DC compound motor.

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