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i want good amount of detaild info abt the working of machine parts

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i want good amount of detaild info abt the working of machine parts
Welocome to the dance.

I guess I don't understand your question. Do you want to know about parts that are made on a machine, do you want to know about the machines that make the parts, and what parts are we talking about.

Both motors and generators are electrical, electric motors, and gen made to make electricity.

So the first thing is make your question a little clearer.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_motor all the info you could ever hope for.

A generator and an electric motor are basically the exact same thing except one makes mechanical energy from electrical energy and the other makes electrical energy from mechanical energy.

Most of the time you can modify an electric motor, hook it up to a gas or diesel engine, and it will act like a generator.


Here is a 3 phase electric motor converted into a generator.

http://youtu.be/zYH-Vup_R0M
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