Linear-induction-motor meaning

The definition of a linear induction motor is an electric motor that produces and propels motion in a straight line.

An example of linear induction motor is a subway train.

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An electric motor that produces thrust in a direct line by means of the interaction of a moving magnetic field and the current induced by that field: distinguished from the rotary motion produced by a rotary engine.
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