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1 Educational Innovations Next Generation Science Standards: SS-11 World s Simplest Motor MS-PS2-3 Ask questions about data to determine the factors that affect the strength of electric and magnetic forces. MS-PS2-5 Conduct an investigation and evaluate the experimental design to provide evidence that fields exist between objects exerting forces on each other even though the objects are not in contact. MS-PS3-5 Construct, use, and present arguments to support the claim that when the motion energy of an object changes, energy is transferred to or from the object. In the Take Apart Lab, devices that are disassembled could be evaluated using the Engineering Design standards: MS-ETS1-2 Evaluate complete design solutions using a systematic process to determine how well they meet the criteria and constraints of the problem. MS-ETS1-3 Analyze data from tests to determine similarities and differences among several design solutions to identify the best characteristics of each that can be combined into a new solution to better meet the criteria for success. (especially if several different types of machines that do a particular job are disassembled) HS-PS3-2 Develop and use models to illustrate that energy at the macroscopic scale can be accounted for as either motions of particles or energy stored in fields. Background By definition, a motor is: A rotating machine that transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy. (Merriam-Webster.com) Electric motors convert the electric energy from an AC (house electric lines in the US carry AC, or Alternating Current) or DC power sources (the electricity produced by solar cells, batteries, and other sources, DC or Direct Current, is also how home electricity is delivered in Europe and many other parts of the world) to mechanical energy. 5 Francis J. Clarke Circle Phone (888) Bethel, CT Fax (203) Educational Innovations, Inc.

2 This discussion and experimentation relies on the student having at least minimal understanding of several concepts, including: Energy Transformation Magnetic Forces Electrical Currents Use these short video clips to explain magnetism, magnetic forces, electric currents, and motors. NeoK12 has free explanations, games and quizzes about magnetic fields and electricity, (and more) all at the upper elementary/middle grades level of understanding. View the What is the magnetic field video clip (2:29 minutes) at: Try the experiment to view the magnetic field lines seen on the video. You will need white paper, iron filings, and several different magnets for each group. Make sure to record your findings and to draw pictures of what you observe in your science notebooks! View the How does electricity create a magnet video clip (4:57 minutes) at: Try to create your own electromagnet as described in the video. You will need staples, a piece of paper, a length of fine copper wire, and several batteries for each group. Make sure to record your data and findings and to draw pictures of what you observe in your science notebooks! So, How do motors work? The transformation of electrical energy to mechanical energy is best seen in a short video such as NeoK12 s 2:20 minute video about How to build a simple motor, and how it works at

3 Building a Motor 1. Define Motor First discuss the definitions of the following motor parts. Students will use these cards after they build their simple motor. Motor A rotating machine that transforms electrical energy into mechanical energy. Armature (or rotor) The moving part of the motor, usually with windings of wire in coils. This part becomes the electromagnet. ** Armature comes from the same word root as Arm - does the armature look kind of like an arm? Axle Mechanical energy from the motor makes this part that looks like a stick spin to do work Field Magnet A magnet with a north and south pole that creates a magnetic force ** Cars have axles that connect the wheels. Do you think that car axles have something to do with motors? Power Supply An AC (alternating current, like the electricity from your household plugs) or DC (direct current, like the electricity from a solar cell, or dry cell batteries ) Commutator and Brushes Attached to the axle, the commutator lets the electric field of the electric current flip changing the direction that the electrons flow. Brushes are the metal or carbon connections between the commutator and the armature. These let the current flow from the power source to the electromagnet/rotor. ** When motors were first made, brushes really were like what we think of as a brush, but these wore out too quickly, so they were changed to solid or mesh surfaces, instead of brush-like fingers! Stator The part of the motor that stays still, or stationary. The magnets are usually in this part, but the wire winding might be instead. 2. Build World s Simplest Motor

4 3. Identify the parts of the Simplest Motor using the word cards. 4. Looking for Motors a. What is the job of a motor? It converts electricity to mechanical energy to make something move (and to do work). b. Name some different motors - think about things that are plugged in, or use batteries, that make something move - those movements are caused by motors. c. What motors did you use today? This list might include many things, such as water pumps, electric toothbrushes, clocks, toasters, microwave ovens, hair dryers, vehicles, elevators, computers and printers, etc. d. Search the classroom, school, home for other examples of motors After discussing different things with motors, and identifying the motors in the classroom, this could be a scavenger hunt in the school. It could also be a takehome assignment - Have students set up their own search list paper, heading the paper with the definition of a motor and some examples. (This will help clarify for parents what the student is looking for!) Motors found in schools adapted from Yahoo! Answers 1. Heating Fans (HVAC heater for rooms has exhaust, ventilation at least). 2. Air Conditioners have several; ventilation fans (moving cold air to rooms), compressor (moves coolant around) 3. Kitchens have many: Food Slicer, Mixer, Blender, Coffee makers, etc. 4. Vending machines (to move product and to keep drinks cold). 5. The flagpole if it is automated. 6. Roof vents. 7. Copy Machines use motors to move paper. 8. Printers use motors to move paper. 9. Computers have cooling fans for the CPU. 10. Hard Drives have electric motors. 11. The bathroom: in the fan air dryers there is one, in the automated towel dispensers or faucets are others. 12. The maintenance department usually has a drill, saws-all, and circular saw. Each is a motor.

5 13. The wood shop has a Band saw, Planer, Belt Sander, Table Saw, and Handheld sander. The metal shop has a circular grinder, air compressor and Pneumatic pumps driven by motors. 14. Every analog clock on the wall 5. Do a Take-Apart Lab In a Take-Apart Lab, students have the opportunity to disassemble common household items. Besides being fun, this lets kids discover the inner mystery of machines, identify how that machine works, and in this case, identify where motors are used to help that machine do its task. For the Take-Apart Lab, there are several important cautions. 1. Items have sharp edges. So do tools! 2. Do not break or bend something to take it apart. Use the screws, tabs or other fastenings. 3. Use a tool for its intended purpose. Screwdrivers are not hammers! Students should be instructed in the correct use of tools! 4. Have soap and water and Band-Aids available for any small cuts and scrapes 5. Do not take apart anything that is dangerous, including items on the following list: What not to take apart: DO NOT take apart TV sets or computer monitors! Even when unplugged, they can have high voltages stored in the capacitor. DO NOT take apart smoke detectors: many use a radioactive element inside. DO NOT take apart items with oil filled capacitors (may have PCB contaminated oil) such as: Air Conditioners, Copy Machines, Dehumidifiers, Fluorescent Light Ballasts, Mercury Vapor Lamps, Microwave Ovens. See resource note at the end of this lesson to help identify capacitors. DO NOT take apart Oil-filled Space or Portable Heaters - The issue with these items is not the presence of a PCB capacitor, but the presence of PCBs in the actual oil inside of the heater. This condition is present in a very few manufacturers products, however, PCB levels present in these can be quite serious. DO NOT take apart Submersible Well Pumps DO NOT take apart Air Conditioners or refrigerators with high pressure Freon DO NOT take apart wall thermostats (older models of dial thermostats contain mercury)

7 Identification of Capacitors (Source: A. Starting Capacitors Starting or electrolytic capacitors are used to assist a single-phase electric motor in starting. These components are used for short periods of time during operation of the motor. Consequently, starting capacitors do not need to dissipate heat and are, therefore, primarily dry capacitors. Starting capacitors are most easily identified by black plastic casing or outer shell. If the capacitor is dry, the casing is not hermetically sealed or totally enclosed, but generally contains a porous plug at one end. B. Running Capacitors Running or oil-filled capacitors are designed to stay in a motor circuit for the entire cycle of operation. The oil helps to dissipate the heat in the capacitor during operation and maximizes the running efficiency of a motor. Running capacitors are identified by rectangular or oval metal casings. An oil-filled capacitor manufactured after 1979 may have "NO PCBs" stamped on its casing. These are filled with oil which does not contain PCBs and may be treated as a starting capacitor for disposal purposes Resources How Stuff Works How Electric Motors Work at NeoK12 s 2:20 minute video about how to build a simple motor, and how it works. (plus a lot of other kid-level How and Why type videos) Guide for removal, storage, and disposal of PCB small capacitors 50 Dangerous Things: Deconstruct an Appliance

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