series-wound

se·ries-wound

(sîr′ēz-wound′)
adj.
Of, relating to, or being a motor or dynamo in which the armature circuit and the field circuit are connected in series with the external circuit.

series-wound

(ˈsɪəriːzˌwaʊnd; -rɪz-)
adj
(Electrical Engineering) (of a motor or generator) having the field and armature circuits connected in series. Compare shunt-wound
Translations

series-wound

[ˈsɪərɪzˈwaʊnd] ADJarrollado en serie

series-wound

adj (Elec) → in Serie or Reihe geschaltet
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5-inch series-wound DC motors and uses lithium-polymer battery packs that gives a total output of 1,500 kilowatts.
5-inch series-wound DC motors, uses lithium-polymer battery packs.
The variation of the rotor speed of the series-wound and shunt-wound DC traction motors, depending on the axle load, is shown by the curves depicted in Fig.
Series-wound DC machines are used as motors and generators.
A series-wound traction motor cannot be operated on no-load under any circumstances because it increases its speed to such a degree that the armature is destroyed, i.
In a DC series-wound traction motor, operating without the load torque, the rotor speed increases very quickly and the wheel-sets start slipping.
Wheel-to-Rail Adhesion of the Locomotives with Separately Excited Shunt-Wound and Series-Wound DC Traction Motors
The authors analyse wheel-to-rail adhesion for the locomotives using separately excited shunt-wound (characteristic 3) and series-wound (characteristic 2) DC traction motors (see Fig.
In a similar case with a series-wound DC traction motor, its tractive force and tractive force depending on adhesion are equal at the point C, where the slipping rate of the wheel-set [DELTA][v.
The mechanical speed-torque characteristic of series-wound DC traction motors used in the DC/DC and AC/DC electric drives is given as the 2nd curve in Fig.
QUIET: New-design planetary gear train and series-wound motor deliver fast, quiet, and reliable pulling power.