A. a. 10.23 N-m
B. b. 34.37 N-m
C. c. 17.17 N-m
D. d. 19.08 N-m
This question was posed to me by my college professor while I was bunking the class.
My question is taken from EMF and Torque Production topic in division Circuit Model, Emf and Torque of DC Machines
For explanation I would say: DC Machine torque equation: T = ka*∅*Ia. Here, ka= ZP/(2πA), Z= total armature conductors, P= No. of poles, A= No. of parallel paths. For a wave winding A=2. So, substituting all the values in the torque equation we get torque equal to 34.37 N-m.