>>7786458 I thought i was gonna learn you. Then i realized a synchronous motor is different than your standard AC induction motor. The process does take a bit more to wrap your head around. Here is the best vid i found. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80DKO7m4d7Y I think your question is how does power still become generated after the rotor gets up to speed with the "stator" magnets. I think the one thing this vid fails to mention is that there should be winding's on the outside of this whole arrangement. Those are the winding's that are actually getting their magnetic lines of force cut and transmitting the electricity. I want to say the main difference between the standard induction and synchronous motor. Is that once up to speed. The synchronous motor produces either smoother sine waves, more sine waves in a given time, or both. /sci/ i'm high, and i'm not an engineer. Someone please school us.
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