What’s electromechanics?

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Electromechanics combines electrical, electronic, mechanical, and chemical systems. It is used in daily life, transportation, and energy generation. Medical electromechanics includes diagnostic and life support equipment. Magnetic bearings use electromagnets and computers to suspend a shaft. Continuum and particle electromechanics aim to develop new solutions for humanity, including new energy sources and environmental cleanup.

Electromechanics is a technology that covers electrical, electronic, mechanical and chemical systems. Advanced electromechanics covers physics, electromagnetism and combinations. The need for this technology arises from the electromechanical nature of most equipment used anywhere.
Electromechanical systems are used in all aspects of daily life, such as appliances, support services, transportation and massive energy generation. For example, maintaining a car requires knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and chemical technology. A car’s starting system requires a starter motor which is engaged by a starter solenoid in the engine’s flywheel for a brief moment. When the car starts, the starter motor is disengaged.

Medical electromechanical is a specialized field that includes diagnostic and life support equipment. Maintaining most medical diagnostic equipment, such as two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) imaging equipment, requires knowledge of electronics, as well as mechanical actuators and positioning systems. Knowledge of computers is usually required for preventive and corrective maintenance of equipment.

An electromechanical system that works like a balance is the magnetic bearing. The use of ball bearings to extend the life of rotating equipment against friction has been practiced for a long time. Magnetic bearing uses electromagnets and computers to suspend a shaft so it can rotate freely as held by a careful magnetic field. The magnetic field is usually a combination of permanent magnets and electromagnets. Ideally in its steady state, the electrical energy required to support the rotating shaft is zero, meaning the permanent magnet does all the work until correction is needed.

Many areas of electromechanics are just exploited. For example, the total confinement of matter in all its forms and states usually becomes a reason why some research and development efforts are halted. Continuum and particle electromechanics aims to develop a new technology that will help develop new solutions for humanity.

Continuum electromechanics deals with the relationships between electric and magnetic energy and fluids. It aims to produce new solutions using the untapped potential of various forms of energy and materials. Huge research and development opportunities are available using combinations of electrical, magnetic and chemical energy.

Particle electromechanics deals with the interaction between particles, energy and chemical systems. For example, total oil spill cleanup is done by nature at its own pace. Possible new solutions using particle electromechanics can help reverse contamination in the environment.

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