Table of Contents

- 1 What factor is inversely proportional to flux?
- 2 Why speed varies inversely with field current?
- 3 What is inversely proportional?
- 4 Does flux increase with speed?
- 5 What is Ward Leonard method?
- 6 What does inversely proportional mean?
- 7 Why is the speed inversely proportional to the torque?
- 8 How is the flux of a transformer dependent on voltage?

## What factor is inversely proportional to flux?

The density of flux lines is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source because the surface area of a sphere increases with the square of the radius. Thus the field intensity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance from the source.

**When flux in the machine is decreased its speed increases?**

1 Answer. The instant flux is reduced, the back emf reduces and this causes the armature to increase current. More current means a higher driving torque and this accelerates the armature to run at a higher speed until the speed equation is in balance again.

### Why speed varies inversely with field current?

Speed varies inversely with field voltage by keeping armature voltage constant. The IGBT based circuit gives smoother control over the entire speed range as compared with the SCR based circuit.

**Is speed and torque inversely proportional?**

Torque is inversely proportional to speed. Thus, when speed increases, torque will decrease.

#### What is inversely proportional?

If one value is inversely proportional to another then it is written using the proportionality symbol in a different way. Inverse proportion occurs when one value increases and the other decreases. For example, more workers on a job would reduce the time to complete the task. They are inversely proportional.

**Why is F inversely proportional to r2?**

This is because the force acts uniformly in all directions from the point source and conserves the energy over the entire surface surrounding the point object. Therefore, the force reduces as the square of the distance. …

## Does flux increase with speed?

E is proportional to speed and flux. So if V and IaRa are constant, then Speed and Flux are inversely proportional.

**How does speed affect magnetic flux?**

Magnetic flux F is defined by F=BA where B is the magnetic field or average magnetic field and A is the area perpendicular to the magnetic field. This is sometimes called “motional emf”, and is proportional to the speed with which the coil is moved into the magnetic field.

### What is Ward Leonard method?

Ward Leonard method of speed control is used for controlling the speed of a DC motor. This variable voltage is obtained using a motor-generator set which consists of a motor M2 (either AC or DC motor) directly coupled with the generator G. It is a very widely used method of speed control of DC motor.

**Which DC machine has constant speed?**

Hence, a DC shunt motor always maintains a constant speed. Under no load condition, the back emf becomes nearly equal to the applied voltage.

#### What does inversely proportional mean?

**Why does torque increase when speed decreases?**

Since the rated output power of a motor is a fixed value, speed and torque are inversely related. As the output torque increases, the output speed decreases proportionately.

## Why is the speed inversely proportional to the torque?

Since P is constant, Torque (T) is inversely proportional to angular velocity (w). Taking this thing a step further, since the power output of an IC engine is constant all the times, the torques and/or speed can be manipulated. Now. The gearing part.

**Why is voltage generated proportional to the RPM of the rotor?**

The voltage generated is proportional to the speed or RPM of the rotor and it’s called back EMF. We model a motor as a generator in series with the internal resistance. If the load on the motor is increased this means the load requires more torque, but the motor is not producing more torque. This causes the rotor to slow down.

### How is the flux of a transformer dependent on voltage?

Transformer flux is dependent on the voltage. V/F is a constant, the flux increases if voltage increases with frequency remaining constant, also flux increases if frequency fall and voltage remains constant. Over fluxing can saturate the core. 8 clever moves when you have $1,000 in the bank.