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  • Why Is A DC Motor Core Made Of Laminations

    Why Is A DC Motor Core Made Of Laminations

    A DC motor consists of two main components: a rotor and a stator. The rotor has a toroidal core with slots for holding the coils or windings. According to Faraday’s law, when the core rotates in a magnetic field, a voltage or electric potential is induced in the coil, an...
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  • Basics Of Stator And Rotor Structure Of 3-phase Asynchronous Motors

    Basics Of Stator And Rotor Structure Of 3-phase Asynchronous Motors

    An electric motor is a kind of electrical equipment that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. Most electric motors operate through the interaction between the motor’s magnetic field and electric current in a wire winding to generate force in the form of tor...
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  • 3 Benefits Of Stator Laminations

    A stator makes your engine even the world go round. During the rotation, the stator generates an electromagnetic field that flows from north pole to south pole and charges the engine’s battery. Have you even noticed that the stator core isn’t a piece of solid metal, but ...
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  • Technical requirements for stamping technology in the production of motor laminations

    What are motor laminations? A DC motor consists of two parts, a “stator” which is the stationary part and a “rotor” which is the rotating part. The rotor is composed of a ring-structure iron core, support windings and support coils, and the rotation of the iro...
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  • 3 Control modes commonly used in servo motor

    Servo motors are generally controlled by three circuits, which are three closed-loop control negative feedback PID control systems. PID circuit is the current circuit and implemented inside the servo controller. The output current from the controller to the motor is base...
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  • Differences between stepper motor and servo motor

    There are many types of motors available on the market, such as ordinary motor, DC motor, AC motor, synchronous motor, asynchronous motor, geared motor, stepper motor, and servo motor, etc. Are you confused by these different motor names? Jiangyin Gator Precision Mold Co...
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  • Growing demand for high-efficiency motors creates demand for novel motor lamination materials

    There are two types of motor laminations available on the market: stator laminations and rotor laminations. Motor lamination materials are the metal parts of the motor stator and rotor that are stacked, welded and bonded together. Motor laminate materials are used in the...
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  • Causes and preventive measures of burrs produced by motor core lamination

    Causes and preventive measures of burrs produced by motor core lamination

    The quality of core lamination of turbine generator, hydro generator and large AC/DC motor has a great impact on the quality of the motor. During the stamping process, burrs will cause turn-to-turn short circuit of the core, increasing core loss and temperature. Burrs wi...
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  • What are the materials used for the laminations in the stator and rotor of a motor?

    What are the materials used for the laminations in the stator and rotor of a motor?

    The rotor of a DC motor consists of a laminated piece of electrical steel. When the rotor rotates in the motor's magnetic field, it generates a voltage in the coil, which generates eddy currents, which are a type of magnetic loss, and eddy current loss leads to power los...
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  • The difference and role of motor stator and rotor

    The difference and role of motor stator and rotor

    The stator and rotor are the necessary parts of the motor. The stator is fixed on the housing and usually there are coils wound on the stator; the rotor is fixed on the chassis through bearings or bushings, and there are silicon steel sheets and coils on the rotor, the c...
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  • What is meant by stator and what is meant by rotor in generators?

    The internal structure of the generator is complex and varied. The fixed part of the generator is called the motor stator, on which two pairs of DC magnetic regulators are hung, noting that this is the main magnetic pole that is stationary; and the part that can rotate is called the armature core...
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  • Quick curing for backlack material

    Quick curing for backlack material

      The “quick curing” process jointly developed with Baosteel replaces the original welding and riveting process, which can reduce the NVH and iron loss of the driving motor of new energy vehicles and improve the efficiency;The curing time of a single iron core is 4-8min, which ...
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