GE 1/2 Hp Electric Motor Converted From 110 to 220 Volts?

that's almost impossible to do safely a rewind would cost more than a new motor, it's only small , if it's a squirrel cage it will overheat if it's armature and brushes the copper wire insulation may not cope with the higher voltage

1. Where can I buy a small electric motor?

bypass to wal mart drop a hundred dollars on a trolling motor and 40 for the battery and characteristic exciting you may prefer a bracket if the back is not flat. yet do no longer placed a 10 horse in the back of your canoe

2. Bike with an electric motor that you can also pedal?

They are called mopeds. Not sure where you can get them

3. Can a electric motor with an alternator become a semi self sustained system?

no, every physical process has an efficiency. The maximum efficiency of a certain cycle is called a carnot cycle. In the law of thermodynamics that would mean in ideal conditions it could occur (no friction no net entropy). The thing is its like the massless frictionless pulley in physics.. it does not exist. Also the amount of energy (work heat) in can not exceed the amount of energy out due to law of conservation of energy

4. What are the losses in a electric motor due to?

Wire losses, Eddy currents, hysteresis in the magnetic material, friction and windage

5. When wiring an electric motor will it change directions when switching the wires around?

Add another gear off of the motor so it will make it spin in the opposite direction? a simple thought but a lot harder to do. Or get another motor entirely because it may be wired to run "backwards" either way you have the power running through it. hope that helps

6. What's that noise I hear when the plane is at the gate? It sounds like an electric motor under load.?

I think that you are hearing the motor that is extending or retracting the flaps. Usually you do not really notice it because it is done during flight when the engines sort of drown it out or right after landing and you just do not really notice it because of all of the excitement. Look at the wing the next time that you hear the sound and I bet you will see the flaps moving. It could also be the cargo door motor but I do not really think so

7. I need to run 750kva alternator with Electric motor - how much kw motor do I need to run 750 kva alternator?

You are 'running' a losing game by doing things this way because the Physics' Law of Conservation of Energy proves you can not generate more power than it takes from an electric motor to generate. That's why they use gasoline and diesel powered engines to run generators. You could use a 20 horsepower motor to run this generator set, but it will cost you more in electricity than what you will produce. It's like running a refrigerator with the door open, the room in which the fridge sits would warm up because you are using more energy to cool that air than the cool air will benefit

8. What would be the best electric motor for a small go kart? topspeed 30mph, not too expensive?

jr. the wieght of the driver and vehicle are part of the calculation and what are you goung to use to power your electric motor?roughly 5 hp electric motor but to get it to oporate you would need many car batterys and thats a lot of weight

9. Does an electric motor turn faster if you increase the voltage?

I believe that a contributing factor to the rpms of an electric motor is the frequency

10. Would an electric motor with a torque of 30,000,000 ft-lb, a diameter of 3.5 inches, and a length of 8 inches be possible?

Well, since you did not say what the output RPM has to be, I will say that it might be theoretically be possible to build a drivetrain (lots of reduction gears) for a small motor to put out, hundreds, perhaps, thousands of ft-lb of torque.I do not know how big an output shaft would be needed for 30 million ft-lbs, but I am sure it would be way too big to fit in your theoretical space, no matter what material it was made of.With a big enough to lever, you could move the earth. ..Would an electric motor with a torque of 30,000,000 ft-lb, a diameter of 3.5 inches, and a length of 8 inches be possible?Would a electric motor with a torque of 30,000,000 ft-lb, a diameter of 3.5 inches, and a length of 8 inches be possible?.

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The second locks it in EV mode and runs off the power stored in the battery pack until it is depleted, while the third does the opposite, turning off the main battery and engaging hybrid drive.Why not just use the battery first all the time?Well, as the specs above indicate, when it's in EV mode the C-Max Energi has significantly less power on tap than it does in hybrid mode, so if you're in a hurry it might leave you wanting.That's not to say it's the snail it kind of resembles. If you're foot rarely meets the floor, you'll be quite satisfied with the EV performance. It's pretty lively out of the blocks, and can handle highway duties just fine up to its limited, battery-powered top speed of 85 mph, all in an almost disappointing silence. 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