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DC Motor Characteristics Dynamometer, Part II

The goal of this exercise is to measure and plot the torque-speed curve for an electric

motor. The principle, the use of a dynamometer to obtain a torque-speed curve, is

generally used for many motors and engines.

Pre-lab Exercise

Show that the maximum power output for a permanent magnet DC motor is:

1

Pmax = Tstallno load

4

(Hints: Look at equations (1), (2), and (3). Set the derivative of (3) equal to zero to

determine the location of the extremum.)

Torque-Speed Curve

A permanent magnet DC motor can easily be characterized by its torque-speed curve.

The torque T provided by the motor is inversely proportional to the rotational velocity

at which it is operated. In mathematical terms, this fact can be stated as follows:

T = K1 + K 2

(1)

line described by the torque as a function of the speed - and K2 is the intercept of the

torque axis, generally known as the stall torque. Note that the negative sign implies

inverse proportionality. The linear relationship between the torque provided by a motor

and the speed at which it operates is specific to the input voltage at the motors leads.

This is demonstrated in Figure 1, which shows the inverse proportionality of torque to

speed, as well as the fact that this relationship is actually a family of curves. Note that

the torque-speed curve moves up and to the right with increasing input voltage.

The torque provided by the motor when the rotor no longer turns is known as the stall

torque, as introduced above. The stall torque for a particular motor at a specific input

voltage is where the torque-speed curve intersects the torque axis. The speed at which

the rotor turns when no torque is provided is known as the no-load speed. The no-load

speed is called as such since it is the speed at which the rotor will turn when there is no

load connected. Although it is assumed that at no-load speed no torque is provided, some

torque is required to keep the inertia of the rotor turning and to overcome frictional

torques.

The power output should be considered when operating a DC motor. The power P is

calculated by multiplying the torque by the speed as follows:

P = T

(2)

Note that at stall torque and at the no-load speed, theoretically no power is expended at

the motor output. Substituting Eq. (1) into Eq. (2) to get the power as a function of the

speed reveals a quadratic:

P = K1 2 + K 2

(3)

Notice that the vertex of this parabola is a maximum, which implies the point of

maximum power output.

Dynamometers

Dynamometers measure the torque and the speed of a motor. From these, power is easily

calculated. It is desired to make a torque-speed curve for the motor. To do this, it is

necessary to obtain many torque-speed data points. Typically, a brake is used to load the

motor at different torques. A torque sensor is attached to the brake so that the torque

produced by the motor going to the load (the brake) is measured. A tachometer is used to

measure the speed.

In our experiment, the dynamometer consists of the DC motor, a particle brake, a

tachometer, a torque sensor, a control unit, and a data acquisition system. A simple

schematic of the experimental setup is provided in Figure 2.

Take a look at the mounted hardware, there is a magnetic particle brake attached between

the motor and the tachometer. A constant voltage will drive the motor from the bench

power supply. A clamp attached to the particle brake will be attached to the cantilever

force transducer that you calibrated. The particle brake will be controlled from the

computer via the power amplifier. The computer will use CVI to generate the signal to

the particle brake. The voltage will incrementally step up creating an incrementally

larger drag torque on the rotor. After each step up on the particle brake voltage signal,

adequate time will pass to allow the system to reach steady-state conditions. Voltage

levels will then be taken from the load cell and the tachometer, which are then translated

into torque and speed, respectively. The CVI program automatically converts the

tachometer signal to speed in rad/sec from the calibration coefficient supplied by the

manufacturer, namely 0.5V/1000rpm. You will need to use the torque calibration

coefficient that you experimentally derived last time to convert the load cell signal to

torque.

Experiment:

1. Find the lab handout you used for the last experiment. Locate the resistor and

capacitor values you used for the differential amplifier and rebuild the circuit.

2. Connect the load cell to the power supply and the op-amp circuit and balance the

Wheatstone bridge just like last time.

3. Make sure the power supply is off. Connect the motor to the 5V power supply

and ground.

4. Connect the bench power amplifier input to AO_CH0 and AO_GND using a

banana to BNC cable. Connect the power amplifier output to the particle brake.

5. Connect the output from your circuit to AI_CH0. Connect the tachometer to

AI_CH1.

6. Start the CVI program entitled DYN. Turn on the power supply and click the

START button on the user interface. Save the data to disk. The first column will

be speed, and the second column will be voltage from the load cell amplifier

circuit, which you will need to convert to torque.

7. Sensors are normally quite noisy. You may choose to take several sets of data

and average the results or ignore outliers.

8. Use Excel or Matlab to convert the load cell data to torque. Plot the torque-speed

curve for the lab DC motor operated at 5V.

Questions:

1. Estimate the stall torque of the motor from your data.

3. Determine the maximum output power of the motor from your data.

4. Are the preceding estimates accurate? Explain at least three significant sources of

error.

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