axial winding

axial winding

[′ak·sē·əl ′wind·iŋ]
(materials)
A winding used in filament-wound fiberglass-reinforced plastic construction in which the filaments run along the axis at a zero helix angle.
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office in Dalton, Ga.) offers contact winding, axial with gap winding, and center-peripheral (mixed) axial winding capabilities.
In rotor ring design of the LSAFPM motor, the radial windings which produce torque in the synchronous state are considered as the end windings of the axial windings during the starting period.