A stator is a grouping of cylindrical windings that generate an electromagnetic field. The stator consists of a housing, a core, windings and bearing sleeve. The stator housing is the largest supplier of mechanical power to the entire electric motor. It holds the stator core, providing support for the rotor and shaft, and is the normal junction between the motor and its base. The stator core consists of a large sum of fine silicon steel laminations in which the stator windings become coiled GF3030AG. A lamination is a thin sheet of steel.

The stator core intensifies the magnetic field developed by the stator windings. The stator windings are insulated wire coils through which current can move. The stator windings generate the rotating electromagnetic fields to which the rotor responds. The coils are connected and arranged to suit the specific aspects of the stator and the relative stator poles. The bearing sleeve are metal plates that remain at each end of the engine. The bearing sleeve holds the shaft bearings and holds the rotor in the proper position inside the stator.

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