interleaved windings

interleaved windings

[¦in·tər¦lēvd ′wīn·diŋz]
(electricity)
An arrangement of winding coils around a transformer core in which the coils are wound in the form of a disk, with a group of disks for the low-voltage windings stacked alternately with a group of disks for the high-voltage windings.
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