What is the formula for the mmf required for stator teeth? a) stator teeth mmf = mmf per metre / length of flux path in rotor core b) stator teeth mmf = mmf per metre + length of flux path in rotor core c) stator teeth mmf = mmf per metre * length of flux path in rotor core d) stator teeth mmf = mmf per metre – length of flux path in rotor core

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B Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth.

B

Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth.

See lessb Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth.

b

See lessExplanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation.

Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required

for stator teeth.

B Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth.

B

Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth.

b Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth

b

Explanation:

First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation.

See lessThen the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required

for stator teeth

b Explanation: First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation. Then the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required for stator teeth.

b

Explanation:

First the mmf per meter is obtained separately from its design equation.

See lessThen the depth of the stator slots is obtained and the product of both gives mmf required

for stator teeth.

C Explanation: First the mmf per meter of stator slots is calculated by its equation. Then the length of the flux path in rotor core is obtained and the product of both gives the stator teeth mmf value.

C

Explanation: First the mmf per meter of stator slots is calculated by its equation. Then

See lessthe length of the flux path in rotor core is obtained and the product of both gives the

stator teeth mmf value.