## Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Working Principle of DC Motor (animation of elementary model)

Working Principle of DC Motor - Video gives an brief explanation in form of animation how does DC Motor works. Also you can view working principle on elementary model with poles, commutators, brushes, turns and what role in working principles has mechanical force.

PRINCIPLE OF DC MOTOR

This DC or direct current motor works on the main, when a current carrying conductor is placed in a magnetic field, it experiences a torque and has a tendency to move.

This is known as motoring action. If the direction of current in the wire is reversed, the direction of rotation is also reversed. When magnetic field and electric field interact they produce a mechanical force, and based on that the working principle of DC motor is established.

The direction of rotation of a this motor is given by Fleming's left hand rule, which states that if the index finger, middle finger and thumb of your left hand are extended mutually perpendicular to each other and if the index finger represents the direction of magnetic field , middle finger indicates the direction of current, then the thumb represents the direction in which force is experienced by the shaft of the DC motor.

Structurally and construction wise a direct current motor is exactly similar to a DC generator, but electrically it is just the opposite. Here we unlike a generator we supply electrical energy to the input port and derive mechanical energy from the output port

Working Principle of DC Motor (animation of elementary model)

Working Principle of DC Motor - Video gives an brief explanation in form of animation how does DC Motor works. Also you can view working principle on elementary model with poles, commutators, brushes, turns and what role in working principles has mechanical force.

PRINCIPLE OF DC MOTOR

This DC or direct current motor works on the main, when a current carrying conductor is placed in a magnetic field, it experiences a torque and has a tendency to move.

This is known as motoring action. If the direction of current in the wire is reversed, the direction of rotation is also reversed. When magnetic field and electric field interact they produce a mechanical force, and based on that the working principle of DC motor is established.

The direction of rotation of a this motor is given by Fleming's left hand rule, which states that if the index finger, middle finger and thumb of your left hand are extended mutually perpendicular to each other and if the index finger represents the direction of magnetic field , middle finger indicates the direction of current, then the thumb represents the direction in which force is experienced by the shaft of the DC motor.

Structurally and construction wise a direct current motor is exactly similar to a DC generator, but electrically it is just the opposite. Here we unlike a generator we supply electrical energy to the input port and derive mechanical energy from the output port