Windings

Some articles on windings, winding:

Resin Dispensing - Examples For Application of Dispensing - Soaking of Electrical Windings
... motors and in transformers, multiple layers of windings of fine copper wire are essential ... Because of the fine structure of the space between the windings and because of much undercut, soaking of such windings puts highest demands to the used dispensing device ...
Proximity Effect (electromagnetism) - Squared-field-derivative Method
... or litz wire transformers or inductors with multiple windings of arbitrary geometry with arbitrary current waveforms in each winding ... Find values of the B field due to each winding individually ... simple magnetostatic FEA model where each winding is represented as a region of constant current density, ignoring individual turns and litz strands ...
1ESS Switch - Scan and Distribute
... in principle to magnetic core memory except that the output was controlled by control windings analogous to the windings of a relay ... Specifically, the ferrod was a transformer with four windings ... Two small windings ran through holes in the center of a rod of ferrite ...
Liquidizer - Mechanical Operation
... the multiple speeds are often implemented using an universal motor with multiple stator windings and/or multitapped stator windings in a blender with electromechanical controls, the button (or other ... Each different combination of energized windings produces a different torque from the motor, which yields a different equilibrium speed in balance against the drag (resistance to rotation) of the blade assembly ...
Switched Reluctance Motor - Operating Principle
... The SRM has wound field coils as in a DC motor for the stator windings ... When power is delivered to the stator windings, the rotor's magnetic reluctance creates a force that attempts to align the rotor with the powered windings ... In order to maintain rotation, adjacent windings are powered up in turn ...

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