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  • noun Plural form of stator.

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  • The stationary airfoils, also known as a stators or vanes, turn and decelerate the fluid; preparing and redirecting the flow for the rotor blades of the next stage.

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  • The stationary airfoils, also known as a stators or vanes, turn and decelerate the fluid; preparing and redirecting the flow for the rotor blades of the next stage.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • Today's run on static electricity: immobile "stators" arrayed around a circular motor are electrically charged and tug the motor's gears, making them spin.

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  • Moving along, what is the function of the basal body + C-Ring + MS-Rings + the newly added stators?

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  • Its variable stators (which help control the airflow through the compressor blades) were controlled by movable linkages, but these stuck periodically (the solution was liberal application of WD-40).

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  • These engines look as if they were designed by the Mazda corporation, with many distinct mechanical parts made of proteins including rotors, stators, O-rings, bushings, U-joints and drive shafts.

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  • Because of the low power and subsequent minimal incidence of commutator sparking, universal motor stators dispense with interpole and compensation windings.

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  • Other Great Industries Dreisilker Electric Motors, Inc has an immediate opening for a skilled Winder for the second shift for winding stators and/or armatures for electric motors, transformers & special equipment.

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  • Secondly, ESLs cannot be driven to high SPLs like cone speakers because the membrane only moves a few millimeters between the stators, and most ESLs don't have a lot of surface area, including the one I was using as the center channel.

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  • Secondly, ESLs cannot be driven to high SPLs like cone speakers because the membrane only moves a few millimeters between the stators, and most ESLs don't have a lot of surface area, including the one I was using as the center channel.

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