Basic Principle of Electric Motor Of 12 Volts DC Supply To 220V AC Output

Authors

  • Vincent E. Salas
  • Warren P. Prianes
  • Mark Anthony D. Lobo
  • Louise L. Quiambao
  • Jeremy G. Dionisio
  • Airon H. Epanto
  • Edgardo M. Santos
  • Louie G. Serrano

Keywords:

Electromagnetism, DC, AC, Electric Motor, Magnetic Fields.

Abstract

The magnetic attraction and repulsion is the fundamental principle underlying all motor operation. A motor requires a method of manipulating magnetic fields so that the magnets continue to attract and repel one another. This is due to the fact that once a magnet has attracted another magnet, it becomes motionless.  A device known as an electric motor is used to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy, as opposed to an electric generator. The application of the rules of electromagnetism, which indicate that a force is exerted anytime an electric current is present in a magnetic field, assures their proper operation. Motors comprise a huge number of distinct functioning parts in order to continue to rotate and provide power when it is necessary. Motors can be powered by direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC). The stator and the rotor are, respectively, the components of an electric motor. In a motor, the component that does not rotate is referred to as the stator, whilst the component that does revolve is referred to as the rotor. This study will focus particularly on the battery capacity of 12 Volts that can be delivered to DC motor that are coupled to Electric Motor that generate 220 Volts AC output.

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Published

2022-07-16

How to Cite

Vincent E. Salas, Warren P. Prianes, Mark Anthony D. Lobo, Louise L. Quiambao, Jeremy G. Dionisio, Airon H. Epanto, Edgardo M. Santos, & Louie G. Serrano. (2022). Basic Principle of Electric Motor Of 12 Volts DC Supply To 220V AC Output. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 3(07), 37–42. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/658

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