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a non-interference motor What is a 'non-interference' motor (for a car)?
Feb 14, 2011 10:44 AM
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Due to the magnetic field that builds up inside an electric motor, and the fact that this field oscillates in time, the Maxwell's equation predict a variable electric field as a consequence; this will in turn cause interference to nearby radio equipments (TVs, computers, cell phones, etc.) If the motor has an adequate metallic shielding that adverse effect would be greatly reduced, thus the term non-interference. Other methods are also available, as trying to confine the magnetic field to a very small space. The Maxwell's equations are the ground for predicting all (non quantistic) electromagnetic phenomena; Maxwell published his work in 1862 and they are still perfectly valid!
February 14, 2011
In doubt, use a bicycle ;)
February 14, 2011
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