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The concept motor above uses the principle of energy recapture by use of secondary coils like a transformer. Also it can act like a generator when the input power is off and the rotor is powered by something as when a vehicle decelerates. This motor is intended for use as a powerplant for vehicles. Of course, more than one input assembly is envisioned per rotor for maximum rotor torque.
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