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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[R.sub.[SIGMA]] is total resistance of the stator armature circuit.
where [B.sub.0] is static magnetic density and [B.sub.a] is dynamic magnetic flux induced by stator armature current.
The main components of the machine are shown in Figure 10(a): (a) the shaft, (b) the mover, (c) the linear ball bearing, (d) the stator armature and (e) the inductive position transducer.
In this structure stator armature winding is as permanent magnet synchronous motors and permanent magnetic are placed surface of the rotor.
where j = 1,3, 5, ..., k = 0, [+ or -]1, [+ or -]2, ..., [[omega].sub.s] is the rotating field speed of the stator armature winding, [p.sub.s] the pole-pair number of the stator armature winding, and [N.sub.mod] the number of segments of the MR for the DR-CMG machine or the number of poles of the FMP for the DRPMV machine.
[p.sub.s]: Pole-pair number of the stator armature winding.