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ELECTRIC MOTOR

INTRODUCTION A ELECTRIC MOTOR CONVERTS ELECTICAL ENERGY INTO MECHANICAL ENERGY .

PARTS OF ELECTRIC MOTOR .

WORKING OF AN ELECTRIC MOTOR .

STEPPER MOTOR .CATEGORIZATION 1.AC MOTOR 3.UNIVERSAL MOTOR 4.DC MOTOR 2.

ROTARY 2.APPLICATIONS 1.SERVO MOTOR 3.GENERATOR .SPACECRFT PROPULSIVE 5.LINEAR MOTOR 4.

CATEGORIZATION .

.DC MOTOR A DC motor is designed to run on DC electric power.

.AC MOTOR An AC motor is an electric motor driven by an alternating current.

.UNIVERSAL MOTOR A series-wound motor is referred to as a universal motor when it has been designed to operate on either AC or DC power.

.STEPPER MOTOR A stepper motor is a brushless. electric motor that can divide a full rotation into a large number of steps.

APPLICATIONS .

ROTARY Uses include rotating machines such as fans. turbines. drills. the wheels on electric cars .

. very often sold as a complete module.SERVO MOTOR A servomotor is a motor. which is used within a position-control or speed-control feedback control system.

LINEAR MOTOR A linear motor is essentially any electric motor that has been "unrolled" so that. it produces a straight-line force along its length. . instead of producing a torque(rotation).

SPACECRAFT PROPULSIVE MOTOR An electrically powered spacecraft propulsion system is any of a number of forms of electric motors which spacecraft can employ to gain mechanical energy in outer space. .

either part or all of their operational life. When mechanically driven magnetic electric motors produce power due to their back EMF.GENRATOR Many electric motors are used as generators. .

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