Electromagnetic torque, Electrical Engineering

The torque produced by each conductor in the field will be: 

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where A is the area of the armature winding in the magnetic field, Ia is the current in armature winding, and B is the flux density which is proportional to the current of filed winding If 

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where km = the 'machine constant'. 

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