# Motor selection

 How to select a motor for a load for which we do not have any load details (Torque speed curve & GD square). asked 4 months ago Pratik Jain3

 If you don't have any load details, you really cannot select an appropriate motor. answered 4 months ago Steven McFadyen 246

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