Stator

The stator is the stationary part of a rotor system or a siren, found in an electric generator, electric motor, siren, or biological rotors.

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Other articles related to "stator, stators":

Propulsor
... It also has a rotor element and a stator ... The stator concentrates the thrust in axial direction and reduces energy wasted in the tangential flow (therefore eliminating torque on the hull) ... The number of blades in the rotor stator will typically be two different prime numbers to avoid standing waves ...
Liquidizer - Mechanical Operation
... gearbox, the multiple speeds are often implemented using an universal motor with multiple stator windings and/or multitapped stator windings in a blender with ...
Stator - In Sirens - Tone Variations
... By placing a second stator over the main stator and attaching a solenoid to it, one can repeatedly close and open all of the stator ports thus creating a tone called a pulse ... Hi/Lo or Pulse, one can manually open the stator ports for short dits and long dahs as in Morse code ...
High-shear Mixer - Principles of Work - Ultra-high-shear Inline Mixers
... takes place in a single or multiple passes through a rotor–stator array ... the product to higher shear and a larger number of shearing events than a standard inline rotor–stator mixer, producing an exceptionally narrow particle-size distribution ... To achieve this, the machine is equipped with stators with precision-machined holes or slots through which the product is forced by the rotors ...
Rotor–stator Interaction - Noise Emission of A Rotor–stator Mechanism
... A rotor wake induces on the downstream stator blades a fluctuating vane loading, which is directly linked to the noise emission ... We consider a B blades rotor (at a rotation speed of ) and a V blades stator, in a unique rotor–stator configuration ... are also, not depending on the number of blades of the stator ...