This lesson covers the fundamentals of motoring and generating principles, focusing on Fleming's left-hand and right-hand rule. It explains how a single conductor moving in a magnetic field can generate voltage and experience force. The lesson further elaborates on the concept of a conductor in motion, placed in a magnetic field, generating voltage and experiencing force. It also discusses the need for a prime mover in a generator mode of operation to maintain velocity and voltage. The lesson concludes with the formulation of a first-order differential equation to understand how velocity changes over time.

- A single conductor moving in a magnetic field can generate voltage and experience force.
- The conductor can generate voltage between its two ends and also experience force when it is moving.
- In the generator mode of operation, a prime mover or an external agency is required to maintain the velocity and voltage.
- The velocity of the conductor changes over time, which can be understood through a first-order differential equation.

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