The Operation of Engines

The electric motor is essentially a machine that aims to convert electric energy into mechanical and the operation of these electric motors is based entirely on the principles of electromagnetism, since the conductors located in a magnetic field and crossed by an electric current will undergo the action of a mechanical force, called torque.

The electric motor is proven to be the most applied of all other types found, since it can be transported in a simple way, be economical, be easy to clean, easy to operate, and easy to build and adapt to different loads.

Nowadays, the machines do not produce energy, that is, they convert other types of energy, into mechanical energy, thus guaranteeing its operation. Taking into account the great precision of the ozone layer’s preservation of the emission of pollutant gases, the electric motors need to be used in automotive vehicles, in order to save energy.

Some pollutant gases, such as carbon dioxide, that emanate from exhaust fumes from industries and automotive vehicles, have a dangerous capacity for damage to the ozone layer.