An electric motor uses electrical energy to produce mechanical energy. The reverse process, that of using mechanical energy to produce electrical energy, is accomplished by a generator or dynamo. Traction motors used on locomotives and some electric and hybrid automobiles often perform both tasks if the vehicle is equipped with dynamic brakes. Electric motors are found in household appliances such as fans, refrigerators, washing machines, pool pumps, floor vacuums, and fan-forced ovens. They are also found in many other devices such as computer equipment, in its disk drives, printers, and fans; and in some sound and video playing and recording equipment as DVD/CD players and recorders, tape players and recorders, and record players. Electric motors are also found in several kinds of toys such as some kinds of vehicles and robotic toys.
An electric motor converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Most electric motors operate through interacting magnetic field and current carrying conductors to generate force but a few use electrostatic forces.
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The electric motor changes electric energy into mechanical energy.
Power plants (fueled by elements) produce the electrical energy that circuits to an outlet that you can charge an electric motor with a plug that is wired to an electric motor. Or if it is a vehicle with an electric motor, you electrically charge car batteries that produce the current to the electric motor.
just do revers process of the motor.
Because that is the purpose on an electric motor.
A electric motor is a device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.
An electric motor converts electrical energy to kinetic energy.
The Electric motor was invented in 1821 by Michael Faraday.
An electric motor can power anything that needs mechanical torque.
the voltage tolerance of a standard electric motor is
There are many electric motors on a Lincoln, need to know the year and which electric motor you are looking for.
Yes, it has one electric motor and one gas powered engine. The engine creates electric power to turn the electric motor.
It is both, an electric motor runs a hydraulic pump.
Electric motor parts are pieces of electric motors. Some examples of electric motor parts are: bearings, carbon brushes, gasket materials, pumps, soft starters, and terminal boxes.
Yes it would be unlikely an electric motor coincidentally exactly matched the resistance of an electric heater.
An electric motor for example
A electric car uses either a DC or AC motor. Typically they use DC motors.
A real "electric motor" doesn't - but those things called electric motors are really magnetic motors.
Not sure what you are asking. DIY = Do it yourself. If you already have an AC electric motor what are you planning to change it into?
Induction motor is an AC electric motor which uses electromagnetic induction to induce the electric current in the rotor to produce torque.
Yes they typically have both a gasoline powered motor and an electric motor as well.
An electric motor converts electrical energy to mechanical energy.
The part that rotates inside of an electric motor is called the rotor.
An electric motor is exactly that, using electricity to power itself. A hybrid motor is a mix between the conventional internal combustion engine and an electric motor, running on the electric when possible and switching to conventional when not.