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Driving Principle of a Motor (1)

Driving Principle of a Motor (1)

A motor is rotated by the repulsion/attraction between the magnet and the magnetic field generated when the current flows in the coil.
The motor is rotated using the repulsive force from one end of the magnetic poles and the attractive force from the other end of the magnetic poles.
Then, by controlling the current direction of the coil wound around the stator, the magnetic field of the stator is switched in order and the rotor (with permanent magnet) is rotated.

Chapter 2 Driving Principle of a Brushless Motor

Driving Principle of a Motor (2)
Brushed DC Motors and Brushless Motors
Sequence of a Brushed DC Motor
Sequence of a Brushless Motor
Relation Between a Pole, a Phase, and a Slot
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