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- n. Plural form of electromotor.
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In their Perspective, Junge and Nelson discuss two recent studies Meier et al., Murata et al. that shed light on the workings of rotary electromotors, one designed to drive the synthesis of the energy carrier molecule ATP, the other to pump sodium cations at the expense of ATP hydrolysis
For the various applications, types of electromotors are available which are optimally adapted to the purpose.
Gas and oil engines must always go at the same speed, and even with electromotors a control of their speed is awkward.
The feeders are generally worked by levers operated either by hand or foot, In quite recent times machinery has been applied to supersede the human blower, hydraulic, or gas, or oil engines, or electromotors being used.
I endeavoured at first to obtain two currents from two different electromotors, and passing them through the helices i and ii, tried to effect the disjunctions mechanically at the same moment.
The latest vehicle, Yosemite, a Ford Explorer converted to a 1.9L ICE with electromotors, outperformes a BMW X5 4.4 V8, on speed AND on fuel economy!!!
Combining the huge zero rpm torque of electromotors with the excellent high rpm performance of ICE's can give really quick cars.