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electrical power tranfered to mechanical

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hellsnomad

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please help, I am researching about engineering science currently doing edexcel btec hnd level and i need some help please in describing how electrical power is transferred to mechanical power, need not considering low power signals (such as feedback signals). describe realtionships between voltage current torque speed.

help pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeee
tnku
 

microtexan

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currently doing edexcel btec hnd level :confused:

Have you ever heard of Electric Motors or Solenoids :rolleyes:
 

ke5frf

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You know, I like answering questions and helping, but this kind of question irks me.

First of all, your question is very broad and vague. If you have a specific question about a specific electromechanical concept, I think we'll be happy to help. But your question encompasses an entire FIELD of technology and can't be explained with a paragraph or two.

My advice. Go to a library. As far as I know they still have books at libraries.
If the library is out, use Goo-Gull. I'll even help with a keyword. "electromechanical"

Now, if a specific concept gives you trouble after reading some books and articles, please feel free to come get some help.
 
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