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The torque constant, kT, is specific to motor’s design, including its magnetic strength, number of wire turns, and armature length. The slope of the motor’s torque-current curve is determined by the torque constant. The back EMF constant, kE, represents the relationship between the motor’s back EMF and its speed.

## What is Ke in motors?

Voltage Constant, or **Back EMF Constant** (Ke) — is the Torque Constant expressed in different units, usually Volts/Krpm, in order to describe the proportional relationship between motor speed and generated output voltage when the motor is back driven as a generator in units of Volts/1000 rpm.

## What is motor speed constant?

Motor velocity constant, back EMF constant

of **the motor/**generator. … By Lenz’s law, a running motor generates a back-EMF proportional to the speed. Once the motor’s rotational velocity is such that the back-EMF is equal to the battery voltage (also called DC line voltage), the motor reaches its limit speed.

## How is motor Ke calculated?

The torque constant and voltage constant are determined during the design phase and are a function of the overall magnetic circuit design. They are always equal when using SI units. For example, if the motor KT = 0.1 Nm/A, then motor KE = 0.1 V/(rad**/**s) assuming Nm and V/(rad/s) are the units used.

## Which type of starter is used for DC series motor?

So, a DC motor is started by using a starter. There are various types of dc motor starters, such as **3 point starter, 4 point starter, no-load release coil starter**, thyristor controller starter etc. The basic concept behind every DC motor starter is adding external resistance to the armature winding during starting.

## Are DC motors constant torque?

**DC motors can develop a constant torque over a wide speed range**. For a DC motor : Torque is proportional to armature current – this means controlling torque requires simply controlling the motor DC current – easily achieved with a simple DC drive.

## What is the torque of a motor?

In simple terms, the definition of torque is **the engine’s rotational force**. It differs from horsepower as it refers to the amount of work an engine can exert, while horsepower defines how quickly that work can be delivered. It’s why torque is often referred to in layman’s terms as ‘pulling power’, ‘oomph’, or ‘grunt’.

## What is no load speed of a motor?

The motor runs at the no-load speed when **there is no load on the shaft**. The maximum possible Torque is produced by the motor when the shaft is fully loaded and not allowed to move.

## How do you determine the speed of a DC motor?

Speed of a DC Motor

**A = number of parallel paths**. Z = total no. conductors in armature. Hence, speed of a DC motor is directly proportional to emf of rotation (E) and inversely proportional to flux per pole (φ).

## How do I know what RPM My brushless motor is?

To estimate the RPM of a motor, simply **multiply the Kv value by the battery voltage**. Kv is in units of RPM/Volt. The more torque a motor needs to produce, the more current it will draw. The Kt rating designates the amount of torque a motor will produce given a current.