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  • (adj): Marked by repeated turns and bends.
    Example: "Winding roads are full of surprises"
    Synonyms: tortuous, twisting, twisty
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on winding, windings:

Applications Of Capacitors - Motor Starters
... In single phase squirrel cage motors, the primary winding within the motor housing is not capable of starting a rotational motion on the rotor, but is capable of sustaining one ... To start the motor, a secondary winding is used in series with a non-polarized starting capacitor to introduce a lag in the sinusoidal current through the starting winding ... When the secondary winding is placed at an angle with respect to the primary winding, a rotating electric field is created ...
Toroidal Inductors And Transformers - Total B Field Confinement By Toroidal Inductors - E Field in The Plane of The Toroid
... be a distribution of potential along the winding ... This can be mitigated by using a return winding as shown on figure 8 ... With this winding, each place the winding crosses itself, the two parts will be at equal and opposite polarity which substantially reduces the E field generated in ...
Mush Winding
... Mush winding is a type of AC armature winding ... In mush winding the coil span should be odd ... The winding proceed till all the conductors are connected ...
Spiral Of Theodorus - Extension - Archimedean Spiral
... Just as the distance between two windings of the Archimedean spiral equals mathematical constant pi, as the number of spins of the spiral of Theodorus approaches infinity, the distance between ... is a table showing the distance of two windings of the spiral approaching pi Winding No ... Calculated average winding-distance Accuracy of average winding-distance in comparison to π 2 3.1592037 99.44255% 3 3.1443455 99.91245% 4 3.14428 99.91453% 5 3.142395 99.97447 ...
Self Winding Clock Company
... The Self Winding Clock Company was a major manufacturer of electro-mechanical clocks from 1886 until about 1970 ... The Self Winding Clock Company(SWCC) clock mechanisms were truly revolutionary because the spring that powers the clock was not wound by hand but with an electric motor ... The winding motor is attached to, and mounted below, the conventional clock works ...

More definitions of "winding":

  • (noun): The act of winding or twisting.
    Synonyms: wind, twist

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    The harlot’s cry from street to street
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