Question about Heating & Cooling
Electric motors all typically work the same way. A current is run threw a loop in this case the copper coils in the center. This produces a magnetic field. The field magnets surrounding the copper cause the center + shaft to rotate one way. Now normally once the copper center rotated to a certain point it would reverse direction. To keep this from happening the copper that contacts where the current comes in is designed such that it reverses the flow so the center part keeps rotating the correct direction. This flip flop of current repeats and thus your motor keeps rotating in one direction.
Posted on Jan 11, 2013
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