Sameena R.

asked • 03/24/18

you are given a motor operated by a 9V battery....

For all the questions below, you are given a motor operated by a 9V battery. The stall torque for this motor is Ts = 0.04 N-m, and its no-load speed, wnl = 2200 rpm.

1. Draw the torque vs. speed curve for this motor. Label the axes with names and units. Mark the no-load speed and the stall torque on the curve with appropriate numbers and units.

2. If this motor's shaft is spinning at a speed of 1100 rpm, what must be the torque provided by the motor shaft? (Hint: Use the torque vs. speed curve, or its equation)

1 Expert Answer

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Jonathan C. answered • 07/03/19

UCB alumnus specializing in math and science tutoring

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