Taking into account the simple fact that all electromechanical components interact with so-called electrical elements and components known as mechanical, it does not mean that electrical and mechanical devices are able to physically separate and act independently of each other. In this way, the energy is received or generated by the components, changing according to their nature and application of a specific equipment. The conversion factor of electromechanical energy can also provide storage, as well as the transfer of electric energy. The main mission of electromechanical engineering is the analysis of the principles of electromechanical energy conversion and the development of models for the components of electromechanical systems.
Electromechanics consists basically in the field of science and technology, where the analysis, design, development, production and maintenance of devices that integrate electrical and mechanical components in its mechanism are carried out. Examples of electromechanical devices include electric motors for appliances such as fans, refrigerators, washing machines and hair dryers, for example. All of these electrical devices have as main function to convert electrical energy into mechanical energy.