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I have a motor peak torque, peak power, peak speed, rated torque, rated power, rated speed, torque at max speed.

I was able to produce the peak torque curve.

But, i don't understand how to create this continuous torque curve here. I have attach a link here, and somehow the continuous torque starts curving before the rated speed?

I thought, the torque for the "continuous torque curve" should remain constant up to the rated speed then only start curving? I seen a lot of motor does the same. What formula should i use to calculate this curve/

Power = 2*3.142*torque * speed

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