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field wind·ing

 (wīn′dĭng)
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field winding

(ˈwaɪndɪŋ)
n
(Electrical Engineering) the insulated current-carrying coils on a field magnet that produce the magnetic field intensity required to set up the electrical excitation in a generator or motor
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field′ wind`ing

(ˈwaɪn dɪŋ)

n.
the electrically conducting circuit, usu. a number of coils wound on individual poles and connected in series, that produces the magnetic field in a motor or generator.
[1890–95]
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Noun1.field winding - the electric coil around a field magnet that produces the magneto motive force to set up the flux in an electric machine
coil - reactor consisting of a spiral of insulated wire that introduces inductance into a circuit
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If power supply connected with magnetic field winding of DC Machine and rotor of the machine is turned by an external source of mechanical power, then a voltage will be induced in conductor of rotor, this voltage will be rectified in DC output by using machine's commutator, a magnetic field will produce around it which will disturb the original magnetic field from the poles this distortion of flux in DC machine is called Armature Reaction.
sub.q], [[lambda].sub.0] Flux linkages [[lambda].sub.f] Field winding flux linkage [[nu].sub.d], [[nu].sub.q], [[nu].sub.0] Stator voltages [i.sub.d], [i.sub.q], [i.sub.0] Stator currents [[nu].sub.f],[i.sub.f] Field windings voltage and current [L.sub.d], [L.sub.q], [L.sub.0] Synchronous inductances [L.sub.af] Mutual inductance between the field winding and phase a [L.sub.ff] Self-inductance of the field winding [R.sub.a], [R.sub.f] Armature and field winding resistance J Rotor moment of inertia [T.sub.m] Mechanical torque Table 2.
Series DC motors, as well as series universal motors, are electric motors with one voltage supply and a field winding connected in series with the rotor winding.
A synchronous machine is usually equipped with a three-phase symmetric winding system on the stator and with a field winding and a damping cage on the rotor (Fig.
With the field winding up to full pelt some 10km from the end the riders were apparently told in their earpieces that the 3km to go banner was going to become the finish, causing sudden panic in the blur of the peloton, although it was later claimed some riders were unaware of the alteration.
Hall-effect position sensors for monitoring of the voltage in the unenergized field winding are used to determine when to commutate.
The toroidal field winding facility is located on the premises of ASG, supplier to the European Domestic Agency and part of a European consortium that includes Iberdrola and Elytt.
The lack of slip rings, brushes and field winding losses have always been viewed as distinct advantages over that of conventional, wound field machines[5][8].
A synchronous generator may be excited by traditional current-carrying field winding or by permanent magnet system of high energy.