electrodynamic machine

electrodynamic machine

[i‚lek·trō·dī′nam·ik mə′shēn]
(electricity)
An electric generator or motor in which the output load current is produced by magnetomotive currents generated in a rotating armature.
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A few electrodynamic machines, such as Unholtz-Dickie's LS Series Horizontal Thrusters, have a stroke up to 24"long.