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The stator is a stationary part of rotating machines such as electric motors, generators, turbines and others. It is the stationary part of these machines that surrounds the rotor and provides the necessary magnetic or electric field to enable their operation.


In an electric motor, the stator is the outer part that forms a fixed circuit for the rotating rotor. The stator is usually made of a ferromagnetic material and contains windings that are supplied with an electric current. As electric current passes through the stator windings, a magnetic field is created that interacts with the rotor, causing it to rotate and producing mechanical output power.

In a generator, the stator is the internal part that contains the windings through which the generated electric current passes. As the rotor rotates inside the stator, the changing magnetic field induces electrical energy in the stator windings, which results in the production of electrical energy in the generator.

In a turbine, the stator is the part that serves to control the flow of gas or liquid that interacts with the rotating rotating rotor. The stator blades enable the transfer of energy from the gas or liquid stream to the rotor and thus the generation of the turbine's mechanical output power.

All in all, the stator is an important part of rotating machines that is stationary and serves to provide the necessary magnetic or electric field to enable the machine to operate and transfer energy between the stationary and moving parts.

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