hi to all, im doing a question on DC motors and i'm having some conceptual doubts. this is a seperately excited DC motor that operates at 1070rpm. a load will be attached to it such that the the new speed of the motor is 950rpm. i have found the new current that the motor will draw, which is 3.274A and also the new back emf that the motor will generate, which is 10.88V. now, i am going to find the rotational loss by the motor, i have used proportion method the find, using (950/1070)*(6.175W) = 5.482W. 6.175W is the rotational loss when the motor is operating without any load. this value of 5.482W is correct. however, i wondering why is it that this value of rotational loss is different from when i use (3.274A)*(10.88V) to find the rotational loss. this value would be 35.62W. notice the huge diff from the proportional method. why is it so? ): thanks.