I am not a physics guy, so not even the basic concept of a DC motor is easy for me. My question is as follows:
How do these parts of a motor affect its RPM and Torque?
I had my research a while ago so I filled out some of it; please correct if there is something wrong.
More turns - less RPM, more torque, less battery consumption Less turns - more RPM, less torque, more battery consumption More winds (number of wires) - less RPM, more torque, ? Less winds (number of wires) - more RPM, less torque, ? Thicker wire - ?, ?, ? Thinner wire - ?, ?, ? Stronger magnets - less RPM, more torque, ? Weaker magnets - more RPM, less torque, ? Bigger commutator - ?, ?, ? Smaller commutator - ?, ?, ?
Also, if you know any tutorials for a guy who has the brain of a six-year old boy regarding a DC motor, please let me know. Thanks and apologies for my English!
I'm working with constant voltage 2.4v (2 Ni-MH AA Batteries)