stator armature

stator armature

[′stād·ər ′är·mə·chər]
(electricity)
A stator which includes the main current-carrying winding in which electromotive force produced by magnetic flux rotation is induced; it is found in most alternating-current machines.
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In this structure stator armature winding is as permanent magnet synchronous motors and permanent magnetic are placed surface of the rotor.