Electric Drive – Definition

Rotary electric motors are the most common, they make the movement available as a rotation around an axis. Linear motors are the ones that produce a linear sense of motion.

From the structural point of view the electric motor T3533111S can be divided into two parts, the stator which is fixed, and the rotor, a moving part.

The moving parts of an engine will interact by the electromagnetic field produced by the engine power and this interaction results in a torque supplied to the rotor shaft or an electromagnetic force.

The motor is the element that transforms with high performance, the electrical energy that comes from the static converter, in mechanical energy that is necessary to transmit the mechanical movement to rotate the machine. Most engines work by the interaction between these electromagnetic fields, but there are engines driven by other electromechanical phenomena such as electrostatic forces

The structure of the electromagnetic part will depend on the type of motor. As for the functional is represented by circuit examples of the stator and rotor windings, and the structure of the mechanical part will be independent of the type of electric motor.