Stator Coils

Stator Coils

The stationary part of an induction machine is commonly referred to as the stator. The active iron of the stator is call the stator core and consists of thin laminations that make up a rigid structure with slots around the periphery of the core. The copper windings or coils of the stator are installed into the core slots and connected into pole phase groups. The coils are made with one or more turns of round or shaped magnet wire with insulation between the turns and between the conductor and ground. The conductors may be one or more strands.

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