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    General Motors

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    existence to the automobile. Also this industry was the largest single customer for many raw materials but now With analysts debating whether or not the American economy is already in a recession, the big three automakers in the US especially General Motors are sharply scaling back production. The facts described by Danny Hakim in an article (G.M. Sees a Loss Near $1 Billion; Stock Falls 14%) published in NYtimes on March 17, 2005 say that announcement by GM about losses of almost a billion dollars for

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    An armature rotates inside a magnetic field[3] in a DC motor[1].Based on the fact of the fundamental operating principle of a DC motor that whenever a current carrying conductor is placed inside a magnetic field, the conductor experienced mechanical force. All kinds of DC motors work on the same principle. Hence for developing a DC motor, it is important to establish a magnetic field. The magnetic field is established by means of a magnet[2].The magnet can be any sorts for instance it might be electromagnet

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    What is an induction motor? Induction motors by the name, are AC motors in which they rely on the induction that occurs due magnetic field to produce torque in order to generate motion. So there is no force intervention in the starting or while operating the induction motor, as the main purpose of the induction motor is to convert electrical energy to mechanical energy, in order to operate other machines or appliances. The three phase induction motors are easily constructed and easily handled. The

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    The Electric Motor

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    2. Theory Electric Motor is an essential machine in almost all industries for their manufacturing work,having this much importance motor has an issue which is very big in electricity distribution and industrial view point,that is motor draw more current in its starting upto five to six times from its nominal value. This problem is resolve by the use of the device called Electric motor starter. Next section mainly concern tha what is starter. 3. Motor Starter A larger motor require some switching

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    MOTOR BASICS BASIC COMPONENTS * Armature - Sometimes called a rotor. This is the part that spins. The armature can be either a permanent magnet or an electromagnet. * Stator - This is the part that doesn't move. The rotor spins in the magnetic field contained in the stator. HOW WORKS A MOTOR? The force that that turns the armature comes from the magnetic field of the armature trying to line up with the external magnetic field of the stator. This force is called torque. This

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    SCM-Variation Gravity-Centrifugal-Power-Motor Objectives At chapter Swing-Circuit-Motor (SCM) above, a design was worked out corresponding to build-up of a loop-swing. There, two axis were demanded (system- and excenter-axis) and two ´wheels´ did turn within each other. So this will be a rather difficult technical construction. By this chapter now shall be examined, how effect of building-up mechancal oscillations could be realized easier. So only one axis should be neccessary, nevertheless masses

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    The Physics of an Electric Motor

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    The Physics of an Electric Motor An electric motor is a device used to convert electric energy into rotational kinetic energy. There are two different types of electric motors, and each has there own use. The different types are direct current and alternating current motors. Each of these motors will be analyzed in the following. To understand how this motor works, we must understand the relationship between electricity, and magnetism or simply put electromagnetism. Direct electric current

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    I have written this science research paper to help people understand more about the electric motors and their operation. The electric motor transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy, which in turn makes motion possible. To better understand electric motors, one should first understand the basics of electric motors operation, electromagnetics. One can create an electromagnet by running an electric current through a wire which in turn will create a magnetic field. An electromagnet may

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    General Motors/UAW

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    GM/UAW What Can We Expect? In the past, General Motors (GM) has been the top seller of the three major automakers and had one of the strongest unions in the United States. Today, GM is decreasing in rank due to other automakers. The moral among the members of the United Auto Workers (UAW) is diminishing. If things continue on this current path, GM may be of the pass. Even with all the discounts GM is advertising, this may not be enough to pull them out of their financial burden. Could the answers

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    Throughout this motor learning and motor control course I have learned so much. I can honestly say that with everything I have learned I will be able to put to use in my life and coaching career. A lot of what I learned was terms that dealt with the body and how it moves like motor learning, control, development, learning, skills, abilities, error, retention, and so much more. Motor learning involves the study of the acquisition of motor skills and motor control is the study of how the neuromuscular

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