Diesel generator-the structure of the brushless generator, the stator sector. The stator consists of the stator core, stator windings and the base. The stator core and stator windings are the sectors where the induced potential and current occur, which is called the armature.
The stator core is each component of the magnetic circuit of the synchronous generator. In order to reduce the cost of eddy current, the core is usually laminated with silicon steel sheets coated with insulating paint on both sides. The embedded armature winding is used; the stator winding is composed of a coil wound with high-strength polyester enameled copper wire, and the coil is embedded in the core slot according to the necessary technical conditions.
When the three-phase winding is assembled, the response is said to be embedded and the electrical phase angle is different from each other. The machine base is a support for the generator, which is used to change the armature and support the rotor with the front and rear covers. Both sides of the machine base There is an outlet box, and a terminal board is installed in the box to facilitate the communication power.