winding resistance of large motor vs small motor


by knight92
Tags: motor, resistance, winding
knight92
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Jan12-12, 09:09 AM
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Hi guys, I ran a large DC motor and a small DC motor for 5 minutes at max voltage/max speed. Took the readings for before running it and after running it and somehow the smaller motor after five minutes of running at max volt/max speed has more than twice the winding resistance where as the larger motor's winding resistance stays almost the same ? The smaller motor had more winding resistance to start with anyway, why is that ? (The max volt for both motors is 15volts but one is a high and the other is a low power motor)

I dont understand why something like this would happen I ran them in the same room and probably the same room temperature.
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pantaz
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Jan13-12, 03:06 AM
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Measure the temperature of the motor before and after.
knight92
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Jan13-12, 06:51 AM
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Well I dont have access to the motors anymore, it was in a lab session I do remember touching them and felt the same temperature but not sure.


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