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What do EV trucks & cars do with their electric motors?

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You will discover when you open the handbook that many electric car owner’s manuals lack thorough descriptions of brushless motor operation. Our language has gotten acclimated to combustion engines through the years since they have been there for a long time. An engineer from one of Detroit’s Big 3 engineering companies who is linked to one of these engineering firms may stroll into a room and chat about automobile components and performance with a car enthusiast.

 

Electric motors are now more widely accepted than only physicists and engineers. Here is a brief yet well-written explanation.

  • Think of a windmill with five blades that are wrapped with copper wire. The technique is carried out with the blades at rest.
  • One inch outside the blades, a revolving circle is present, with half of it polarised by North magnets and the other half by South magnets. The magnets seem to be divided rather than a full circle as a consequence of the gaps that were cut between them.
  • The process of turning the windmill blades on and off is comparable to flicking a light switch. When the blade is turned on, a magnetic polarisation takes place, attracting the magnet around the circle. Once the blade has passed, the switch is switched off, and the windmill’s subsequent blade receives power.

Keeping the circle spinning is the aim, but there is more to it than that. The wheels and other parts of the vehicle receive the kinetic energy that is transmitted from the circle to them. By locating the sweet spot, one may determine the ideal rotation speed. Sensors provide electricity to the vehicle’s central computer while the windmill blades rotate at a rate set by the computer. Although there are numerous ways a brushless DC power motor might differ, these are the guiding principles.

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