Electric motors

Electric motors

Electric motors are present in many areas of our everyday lives. Let's learn about the different types.


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DC motor

DC motors consist of a permanent magnet and a coil within the magnet, with electric current flowing in it.

Generating alternating current

Electric current can be generated by rotating an armature loop in a magnetic field.

Generators and electric motors

While generators convert mechanical energy into electrical energy, electric motors convert electrical energy into mechanical energy.


Capacitors store electrical energy in the form of electric charge.

Electric bell

Mechanical bell that functions by means of an electromagnet.

Dynamo (intermediate)

A dynamo converts mechanical energy into direct current.


One of the most important components of the microwave oven is the magnetron, which produces the microwaves.

Nikolo Teslo laboratorija (Šorehamas, Jungtinės Amerikos Valstijos)

Šis fizikas, išradėjas ir elektros inžinierius, kuris daugiausiai dėmesio skyrė elektrotechnikai, nenuginčijamai galėtų vadintis vienu ryškiausių antros...


A transformer is a device used for converting the voltage of electric current.

Electric car

The Tesla Model S is one of the first commercially available electric cars.

Environmentally friendly vehicles

Combining a conventional internal combustion engine propulsion system with an electric propulsion system reduces emission.

How does it work? - Hair dryer

This animation demonstrates the structure and operation of hair dryers.

How does it work? - Laser printer

The animation demonstrates how laser printers work

Maglev Trains

One of the most modern means of transport is the Maglev, capable of travelling at speeds of over 400 km/h.

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