Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for Electric Motors
Electric motors convert electrical energy into mechanical energy, usually in the form of
rotational motion. In simple terms, they are devices that use electric power to generate motive
power. These motors are classified into AC motor and DC motor. DC motors take direct current
while AC motor takes alternative current.
Electric motors are used to convert electricity into mechanical energy to power the necessary
Electric motor designs can vary quite a lot. Generally, they have the following three main parts: a
rotor, a stator, and a commutator. These parts used electromagnetism's attractive and repulsive
forces, causing the motor to spin continually.