I've come across the equation VI = Tw (voltage times current is equal to torque times angular velocity); because power in (voltage and current) is equal to power out (torque and angular velocity). This equation can be changed to T = (V*I)/w. This shows me that an increase in current AND voltage would create an increase in torque; and that a decrease in angular velocity would create an increase in torque. Am I right? Or do I just not understand this stuff at all?
I'm trying to figure out how to create the greatest torque possible WITHOUT changing the other physical properties of the electric motor.