Early electric motor Historical artwork of one of the first fullscale practical electric motors one of several designed and built from by the German physicist and engineer Moritz von Jacobi The principle of the electric motor had been demonstrated by Michael Faraday in Jacobi moved to St Petersburg Russia in In financed by Tsar Nicholas I he built a boat that used electric batteries to power an electric motor to drive paddlewheels A similar arrangement is seen here with wires bottom connecting to the batteries and eight solenoids wires coiled around cylinders acting as electromagnets to turn wheels on the central shaft Artwork from A Travers lElectricite G Dary Paris
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