The working principle of the motor -- the action of the electric wire in the magnetic field

Update:06 Feb 2018

The motor transforms electrical energy into mechanical […]

The motor transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy, which mainly includes an electromagnet winding or a distributed stator winding for generating magnetic field, and a rotating armature or rotor. Under the action of the rotating magnetic field of the stator winding, it moves through the current in the effective edge of the stator winding and is subjected to the effect of the magnetic field. According to the principle of the invertibility of the motor, if the motor has no change in its structure, the motor is used as a motor and can be used as a generator. It is a machine that transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy. Usually the work part of the motor is rotated, the motor is called the rotor motor, and there is also a straight line motor, which is called a linear motor. The electric motor can provide a large range of power from the milliwatt to the kilowatt. Machine tools and pumps need motor drive; electric locomotives and elevators need motor traction. Electric fans, refrigerators, washing machines, and even all kinds of motor toys in the family life can not be separated from the motor. The motor has been used in all aspects of modern social life.