One who, or that which, imparts motion; a source of mechanical power.
A prime mover; a machine by means of which a source of power, as steam, moving water, electricity, etc., is made available for doing mechanical work.
Causing or setting up motion; pertaining to organs of motion; -- applied especially in physiology to those nerves or nerve fibers which only convey impressions from a nerve center to muscles, thereby causing motion.
A device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy.
Movement of the body carried out by a combination of the brain, nervous system, and muscles.
neurons: neurons that connect with muscles and direct movements
the term used to describe things that cause movement, such as a muscle or nerve.
Use of the large and small muscles to move different parts of the body. Examples of motor skills are walking, holding and moving a pencil, or opening a door.
a device that 'wants' to turn at its designed speed, set by its designed operating frequency
an inductive element, and the current lags behind the voltage (remember, the inductor had the ability to store current )
a voltage controlled speed device
Also known as gear reduction motor, the motor is the primary output device for the RCX, providing the driving force for the robot.
Word used by student pilots and rednecks when referring to the engine.
Relating to the ability to move oneself.
Relating to the ability to move a part of or the entire body.
1) An engine. 2) The act of using an engine to move a boat.