Armature (electrical engineering) | Wikipedia audio article

Armature (electrical engineering) | Wikipedia audio article

In electrical engineering, an armature is the power-producing component of an electric machine. The armature can be on either the rotor (rotating part) or the stator (stationary part) of the electric machine. The armature interacts with the magnetic field (magnetic flux) in the air-gap; the field component can comprise either permanent magnets, or electromagnets formed…

Armature (electrical) | Wikipedia audio article

Armature (electrical) | Wikipedia audio article

In electrical engineering, an armature is the power-producing component of an electric machine. The armature can be on either the rotor (rotating part) or the stator (stationary part) of the electric machine. The armature interacts with the magnetic field (magnetic flux) in the air-gap; the field component can comprise either permanent magnets, or electromagnets formed…

Armature Winding and Field Winding – Difference between Armature and Field

Armature Winding and Field Winding – Difference between Armature and Field

Winding can be classified in two types: armature winding and field winding. The armature winding is the main current-carrying winding in which the electromotive force or counter-emf of rotation is induced. The current in the armature winding is known as the armature current. The field winding produces the magnetic field in the machine. The current…