from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The stationary part of a motor, dynamo, turbine, or other working machine about which a rotor turns.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The stationary part of a motor or other machine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The stationary member of an electrical machine, as of an induction motor.
- n. The case inclosing a turbine wheel; the body of stationary blades or nozzles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The stationary element of an electric machine, more particularly of an induction-motor.
- n. An immovable element of a machine which is also its armature.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. mechanical device consisting of the stationary part of a motor or generator in or around which the rotor revolves
The vehicle also comes with a hand-wound stator and increased winding density for lower resistance and higher peak torque (the stator is the stationary part of an electric generator or electric motor).
The stator is the stationary coil in an electric motor in which the rotor, attached to the drive shaft spins.
Duke Energy said the protest in a South C.rolina parking lot shouldn't slow the three-month trip to move the equipment, called a stator, from a port in the southern part of the state to a power generating plant under construction near C.iffside, N.C. The part had been parked in a lot near Greenville for about a week when four protesters scaled a fence around 8: 45 a.m.
The excitation current for the exciter is provided by a DC current to the exciter stator which is generated by the output power of the main generator.
Tamron's USD works with the high-frequency ultrasonic vibrations that are produced by a ring called a 'stator'.
The vehicle also comes with a hand-wound stator and increased winding density for lower resistance and higher peak torque (the stator is the stationary part of an electric generator or electric motor.
From the ultrasonic bath we proceeded to the chamber vacuum sealer, the ultra-high-pressure homogenizer, the rotor-stator homogenizer -- well, just see the gallery.
The December experiment shows a more or less conventional DC motor with a permanent magnet rotor and a stator wound with toroidal coils; this is an odd choice since toroidal wound coils produce a small external magnetic field and so make very inefficient motors.
Then he could be harnessed to a copper coil situated in a magnetic stator where his spinning from one position to another would generate much needed electricity for the power grid.
The containment fields have a stator backup—so instead of keeping the gravity on, the stator is maintaining antimatter containment.