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Calculate Motor Winding Turns

04/24/2011 12:51 PM

How to calculate number of turns per coil, diameter of wire and number of parallel wires for a motor rewinding for which current , voltage,Speed and power only available?

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Re: calculate motor winding turns

04/24/2011 1:05 PM

Ask your local rewind shop when you've got a real motor to rewind!

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Re: calculate motor winding turns

04/24/2011 2:18 PM

What? It took me three years of undergraduate schooling to have a chance at answering a question on electric motor design. Let me ask one simple question, do you know how to calculate the curl () of a multidimensional equation?

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Re: Calculate Motor Winding Turns

04/25/2011 7:04 AM

Go get a good text book on Electrical Machine Design (by M V Deshpande, preferably) and read it sincerely. You'll get the answers.

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