This lesson covers the fundamental concepts of motor and generator operations. It delves into the analysis of a single conductor motor and generator, explaining the arrangement and operations in detail. The lesson also discusses the effects of closing a switch in a circuit, leading to current flow and the generation of an electrodynamic force. It further explains how this force causes the conductor to move, generating a voltage across its ends. The lesson concludes by demonstrating how the velocity and current change over time, following specific equations.

- A single conductor motor and generator operate based on the principles of electromagnetism.
- Closing a switch in a circuit leads to current flow, which generates an electrodynamic force. This force causes the conductor to move.
- A moving conductor in a magnetic field generates a voltage across its ends.
- The velocity and current of the conductor change over time, following specific equations.

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