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The main structure of the generator
Dec 21, 2018

Generators are usually made up of stator, rotor, end cover and bearing components.

The stator consists of a stator core, a wire wrap winding, a chassis, and other structural parts that fix these parts.

The rotor consists of a rotor iron core (or magnetic pole, magnetic choke) winding, a ring, a central ring, a sliding ring, a fan and a rotating shaft. The stator and rotor connection of the generator is assembled by the bearing and the end cover, so that the rotor can rotate in the stator and do the movement of the cutting magnetic line, thus producing the inductive potential, which is elicited by the terminal and connected to the circuit, resulting in an electric current.


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