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What the heck are you and D on about?

D says electrons don't flow through a wire, and you want me to define an electron that flows through a wire...I don't get it.

My question may have been too simple so I'll amp it up a bit...a charge carrier moving along a conductive material has the ability to create an electric field which influences a construction of metal and wires to create electromagnetism, and as long as the pulse-rate of charge and rotation rate of a magnet are in sync, an electric motor is operational.

Considering how such an electric motor works, one specific charge flowing through the material enters the motor housing from the outside, passes along the conductive material and effects an electric field as it continues, and then exits the motor housing because it isn't being used up at all...it is just flowing in and through and out, creating an electric field from its motion which means it's energy potential is not used up to create some kind of function needing energy to work, in such as powering light or heat or some other function. The charge carrier has done nothing but move and goes back into the grid from whence it came...yes?

Or is there no charge carrier exiting the entirety because it has disappeared?

If it has not disappeared, then can it be added back into the whole process and re-enter the motor housing and do another lap instead of being added back into the network that provided that charge carrier in the first place?

That would mean instead of paying for x over and over again, we pay for it once and then pay for 1 over and over again.

Yeah, I think that will do it. If that is a little bit easier because it is more complex, or if it still doesn't make sense, I'll really have to go into detail which may mean I write out about 3,000 words to make it even more complex but certainly full of details that express all kinds of things that will still get to a very simple question...

If it takes x amount of charge to fill the conductive material in order for an electric motor to operate, then wouldn't x + 1 be enough force to keep the motor operational, instead of x over and over again?

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A query about electricity 399 drew 18-Jan-20 22:11
Re: A query about electricity 104 D-Archer 19-Jan-20 09:35
Re: A query about electricity 88 Lost_In_Place 19-Jan-20 13:56
Re: A query about electricity 81 seasmith 19-Jan-20 19:48
Re: A query about electricity 83 drew 20-Jan-20 00:00
Re: A query about electricity 75 seasmith 20-Jan-20 04:16
Re: A query about electricity 64 D-Archer 20-Jan-20 19:43
Re: A query about electricity 61 drew 20-Jan-20 22:08
Re: A query about electricity 49 D-Archer 23-Jan-20 14:39
Re: A query about electricity 59 seasmith 21-Jan-20 04:31
Re: A query about electricity 58 drew 21-Jan-20 21:36
Re: A query about electricity 63 Sirhope 21-Jan-20 23:12
Re: A query about electricity 55 D-Archer 23-Jan-20 15:34
Re: A query about electricity 53 D-Archer 23-Jan-20 15:28
Drew electrical Query resolved 116 Sirhope 21-Jan-20 10:14
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 58 seasmith 22-Jan-20 20:15
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 53 Sirhope 23-Jan-20 05:43
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 53 seasmith 23-Jan-20 14:09
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 49 Sirhope 23-Jan-20 14:44
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 58 drew 23-Jan-20 09:34
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 58 D-Archer 23-Jan-20 15:27
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 52 seasmith 23-Jan-20 17:48
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 44 Sirhope 23-Jan-20 18:31
Re: Drew electrical Query resolved 46 D-Archer 25-Jan-20 09:41
Mod Caution > Sirhope Duplicate Topic Merged 45 Dr. Troglodyte 24-Jan-20 16:11
Re: A query about electricity 55 drew 25-Jan-20 00:16
Re: A query about electricity 54 seasmith 25-Jan-20 04:39
Re: A query about electricity 49 drew 25-Jan-20 21:55
Re: A query about electricity 52 D-Archer 27-Jan-20 13:10
Re: A query about electricity 46 drew 27-Jan-20 23:21
Re: A query about electricity 47 D-Archer 28-Jan-20 10:16
A chat to electrical engineers 53 drew 28-Jan-20 05:06
Re: A chat to electrical engineers 58 seasmith 28-Jan-20 17:22
Yeah, you guys had some great info... 55 drew 28-Jan-20 23:22
great info... 73 seasmith 30-Jan-20 00:08
A simplification for understanding 34 Race Jackson 29-Feb-20 07:31
Re: A simplification for understanding 45 D-Archer 29-Feb-20 09:53


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