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Number: 388/808
Name: Electricity: motor control systems > Closed loop speed control system for dc motor with commutator > Field control, or field and armature control, by analog (only) circuitry > By selection of windings
Description: Subject matter wherein running speed is controlled by selecting the windings of the motor field, or armature, or both, which receive energization.










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