A motor rated for 3S (11.1 V) has an internal resistance of 0.12 ohm. The maximum current is 22 A.
11.1 V / 0.12 ohm = 92.5 A
Doesn't this mean that by supplying a 11.1 V three phase current, the motor will burn up instantly? How does an electronic speed control (ESC) prevent the current from exceeding 22 A?