A rotary electric motor drives a car’s wheels.
But, if you’re thinking of using an electromically driven motor to move the tires, you may be asking yourself, “How would that be done?”
That’s where an electromical drive comes in.
An electromechanic drive (also called an electromagnetically driven drive) is a drive that uses electromagnets to drive a device.
An electromagnetic drive is a device that can generate an electric field that moves a portion of a material.
An electric motor is a motor that uses a motor, usually an electromotive force (which is an electric current that moves along a wire or rod), to drive an axle.
The axle’s motion is controlled by an electric motor, which drives the axle.
An electro-magnetic drive, or EM drive, drives a motor by applying electric fields to the drive unit.