The armature current upon symmetrical three phase short circuit of a synchronous machine(neglect armature resistance) (a) constitutes d-axis current only (b) constitutes q-axis current only (c) short circuit curreny cannot be divided into q and d-axis components (d) both d-axis and q-axis components?

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