I'm getting conflicted information about this so why not ask here.
To clarify beforehand: Under DC motor I understand a motor with 2 terminals where you apply DC voltage to get current flowing in 1 direction(some people use DC to describe 3-phase brushless motors) With AC motors I understand n-phase brushless motors with n amount of terminals where you apply a AC voltage in different phases on the different pairs of terminals.
I also know for a fact that mechanical resistance is proportional to electrical resistance so it's gets even more confusing knowing this.
Now for the actual question: I know that a type of motor can get damaged if stalled. I've also read that current is minimal when a certain other type of motor is stalled. Can I get a explanation which one is which and why?