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what are the types of dc motor?

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1.Separately excited dc motors

2.self excited dc motors

self excited dc motors are further classified into

a)dc series motor b) dc shunt motor c)dc compound motor -

in compound motors there are two types i.cummulative compound dc motor ii.diffirential compound dc motor
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