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We welcome you to the Official website of the Engineers’ Welfare Forum of WBPDCL.The aim of this website is to provide a common forum for discussion and exchange of views on various problems, technical and administrative working so far as these relate to or affect the Forum and its Members with a view to improving proficiency in Public Service.


In an effort to improve communication among engineers of WBPDCL, a FREE web site is hereby dedicated to all engineers. Via your free web site, you can  keep your  membership and the rest of the world aware of what you are working on. You can post your innovative technical acumen so that others can learn and implement for the improvement of WBPDCL as a whole.For further information, send email to our feedback page.

 

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Question Of The Week

Q.no- 102

Application of DC motors is generally restricted to a few load speed applications because of:

Cost of the motor is high
Problems with mechanical commutation
Maintenance problems
None of the above
Winner of Q.No 101

mrityunjoy biswas

( Click on name to see details. )

Previous week Q & A

Q.

A 4-pole 415 V 3-phase, 50 Hz induction motor runs at 1440 RPM at 0.88 pf lagging and delivers 10.817 kW. The stator loss is 1060 W, and friction & windage losses are 375 W. Calculate Efficiency.

Ans. 85

Prize winner may contact with Respective Zonal Secretary

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