- Jan 1, 1970
In response to my post about an anti-cogging core:
Jasen said:rotating inside a freomagnetic ring and in the gaps between the ringas I understand it he's decribing a setup where there's a magnet
and the magnet is wound the output coils.the core like in a way similar to a toroidial transformer but with theit seems to me that you could use a single continous coil wound around
ends shorted (to make it continuous) and tapped at equal spacing for
however many phases you want.
I'm trying to make clear sense of the second paragraph describing the
stator arrangement. The ring core has the coil wrapped around it in a
continuous closed loop (toroidal), and then tapped equadistantly for
Would these be true phases or taps to siphon off a percentage of the
total voltage induced in the coil?
If they are true phases, how is the common referenced in the closed
loop to complete the circuit for each phase?