# In a single-phase repulsion motor, torque is developed on the rotor when the brush axis is fixed

In a single-phase repulsion motor, torque is developed on the rotor when the brush axis is fixed

### Right Answer is: At an angle with the stator field axis

#### SOLUTION

In a single-phase repulsion motor, torque is developed on the rotor when the brush axis is fixed at an angle with the stator field axis. Since the brushes are movable on the commutator surface, they can be placed at right angles to the stator pole axis, along the stator pole axis, or at an angle with the stator pole axis.

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