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What is an electric motor?
An electric car motor works using a physical process developed at the end of the 19th century. This consists of using a current to create a magnetic field at the fixed part of the machine (the “stator”) whose displacement sets a rotating part (the “rotor”) in motion. We'll take a closer look at these two parts, and more, further down.

The principle of an electric motor
What's the difference between an engine and a motor? The two words are often used interchangeably. It's important, therefore, to differentiate them right from the start. Despite being employed as almost nowadays, when it comes to the automotive industry, a “motor” refers to a machine that converts energy into mechanical energy (and therefore motion), while an “engine” does the same thing, but specifically using thermal energy. When talking about converting thermal energy

What is an electric motor?
An electric car motor works using a physical process developed at the end of the 19th century. This consists of using a current to create a magnetic field at the fixed part of the machine (the “stator”) whose displacement sets a rotating part (the “rotor”) in motion. We'll take a closer look at these two parts, and more, further down.

The principle of an electric motor
What's the difference between an engine and a motor? The two words are often used interchangeably. It's important, therefore, to differentiate them right from the start. Despite being employed as almost nowadays, when it comes to the automotive industry, a “motor” refers to a machine that converts energy into mechanical energy (and therefore motion), while an “engine” does the same thing, but specifically using thermal energy. When talking about converting thermal energy