The following Topics and Sub-Topics are covered in this chapter and are available on MSVgo:
In simple words, electrical devices that can convert the electrical energy to mechanical energy can be termed as an electric motor. Its working is based on Fleming’s left-hand rule that we will further read in this blog. You must have seen the mixer grinder converting the electrical energy into some form of mechanical energy. The grinder’s motor rotates, rotating the jar cranks at the bottom and hence crushing the ingredients. Similarly, a remote-controlled car also converts electrical energy into mechanical rotating energy with the analogue signal as input.
Aren’t electric motors fascinating devices? On MSVgo, you can learn about how electric motors work with the help of diagrams and animations. It is a vast video library where you can learn about electric motors by understanding the core concepts behind them and also explore interactive learning methods such as MCQ quizzes to solidify those concepts.