dontsendbubbamail wrote:Jermey Harris made me do it.
What is the best way to remove the varnish from the wires?[/b]
Use real Aspirin. First post, tip #27dontsendbubbamail wrote:... What is the best way to remove the varnish from the wires? ...
LRK was the original diy winding diagram introduced by Christian Lucas and Ludwich Retzbach in their ElektroModell magazine articles, back in 2000. It's easier to wind because you don't have to deal with neighbouring coils. dLRK uses less wire, due to the fact that the winding heads are smaller. But Kv is 10% higher.12p3phPMDC wrote:... LRK (interesting variant, uses less wire ...
For SPS/LRK you need on even number of statorpoles:12p3phPMDC wrote:... LRK ... possible with 12p not 9) ? ...
By a factor 1.8. If the powersignals were sinusoidal- instead of trapezoidal-shaped, the drop would be sqrt(3)=tan(60).12p3phPMDC wrote:... So, the Kv is supposed to drop considerably ...
12p3phPMDC wrote:Is it a 12 pole stator?
What kind of winding pattern are you gonna try...?
(thanks to Ron for posting all the winding info!)
LRK (interesting variant, uses less wire, possible with 12p not 9) ?
Distributed LRK ?
Are you gonna copy the original winding?
http://www.mwswire.com/dontsendbubbamail wrote:... Where is a good place to get the multi-strand wire that Turginy uses? ...
Christian Lucas, the 'L' in LRK, earns his money working on 'slightly' larger motor designs at www.magnet-motor.de (English).
Hook, line and sinker I'm pure evildontsendbubbamail wrote:The more I read the more I want to rewind the motor ...
Which leads to higher efficiencyron van sommeren wrote:Single strand gives you a better copper fill factor.
ron van sommeren wrote:Use real Aspirin. First post, tip #27dontsendbubbamail wrote:... What is the best way to remove the varnish from the wires? ...
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