Hybrid Car – More Fun with Less Gas

A question about coil winding - Page 3

register ::  Login Password  :: Lost Password?
Posted by Michael B on December 5, 2009, 5:42 pm
 



Thanks for noting that. A coil of multistrand uninsulated wire would
be essentially a single turn, certainly not very functional.

Posted by Jim Wilkins on December 5, 2009, 6:30 pm
 



http://www.mwswire.com/mfilar.htm

There isn't much benefit and considerable practical difficulty with
winding more than one strand at a time. A single wire can be packed
tightly enough to resist the magnetic force between adjacent wires,
but a looser winding may vibrate like a cheap fluorescent light
ballast.

If you can't set up a winding jig how to do you expect to build a
balanced, low friction motor?

jsw

Posted by harry on December 5, 2009, 8:50 pm
 


Apart from a winding jig (important I agree) you need a "paying on
device" to ensure the wire is laid on parallel and close.  Especially
if contemplating lots of turns.   This really hard to construct.
In days of yore, motors had salient poles, which were relatively easy
to wind the coils for. However, it leads to inefficient distribution
of the magnetic flux.  The coils for a distributed winding are a much
harder job.

Posted by Josepi on December 6, 2009, 3:13 am
 

This is about his winding jig motor.

LOL



If you can't set up a winding jig how to do you expect to build a
balanced, low friction motor?

jsw



Posted by Josepi on December 6, 2009, 12:26 am
 

Perhaps you could give an example of multistrand wire where each strand is
insulated and where would something like that be used.

Wire implies only one conductor, stranded or single. Cable can be
multiconductor.

Next, tell us how this multiconductor wire could be made into multiple
turns.





This Thread
Bookmark this thread:
 
 
 
 
 
 
  •  
  • Subject
  • Author
  • Date
please rate this thread