What parts are inside an alternator?
What is alternator and its parts?
What part of the alternator that produces the rotating magnetic field?
What is alternator rotor?
Do alternators spin?
Why does the rotor rotate?
What are alternator diodes?
What is the alternator pulley?
What are types of rotors used in alternators?
- Salient pole type.
- Cylindrical rotor type.
Why does a motor rotate?
Whats a rotor in a car?
What is cylindrical rotor?
What is damper winding?
: a short-circuited squirrel-cage winding placed in the pole faces and around the pole shoes of synchronous machines, the currents induced in the winding by the periodic variations in synchronous speed having the effect of a damper. — called also amortisseur.
What is field winding in alternator?
A field winding is the insulated current-carrying coils on a field magnet that produce the magnetic field needed to excite a generator or motor. As each coil is energized in turn, the rotor aligns itself with the magnetic field produced by the energized field winding.
What is meant by salient pole?
: a magnet pole that projects toward the armature of an electric machine — compare consequent pole.