There are provided a method for manufacturing an electrical steel sheet laminated core having reduced core loss and improved strength, and a laminated core produced by the manufacturing method.
The rotor proposed for electric motors including a laminated core (1) and a shaft (2) which extends out beyond the laminated core at each end and which is positively connected by means of insulating compound (3) to the laminated core.
The invention relates to a process for producing a laminated core (8) consisting of ferromagnetic material and/ or a unit containing said laminated core (8) and at least one other component (12, 13, 14).
The invention relates to an electric motor, assembly kit and to a method for the production thereof, comprising a housing part for receiving the stator laminated core, in particular a housing part for receiving the stator laminated core in a force fit.
A manufacturing apparatus and a manufacturing method for a laminated core which enable low-cost, short-time, and uniform thermobonding manufacture of a laminated core comprising a thermobonding type electromagnetic steel plate.
A stator (1) of an electric machine has a stator laminate stack (6), which extends, when viewed in the direction of an axis of symmetry (5) of the stator laminate stack (6), from a first to a second axial end side (8, 9) of the stator laminate stack (6).
The invention concerns a stator for an electric machine, comprising a plate stack and, at the end of the plate stack, an insulating plate which is connected to a switch plate.
Said rotor (6) is mounted in a bearing device (7) relative to the stator pack (4) so that the rotor (6) can be rotated about a rotational axis (8) relative to the stator pack (4).
Said stator pack (4) is thermally coupled to a cooling device (5) such that heat produced in the stator pack (4) is transferred in the cooling device (5).
A method for high speed spin winding a coil on a continuous lamination core.
Each electromagnet includes a lamination core assembly comprising a plurality of individual stacked laminations.
The laminated armature core (20) axially protrudes from the at least one magnet (24), which has the advantage that the electric machine (10) can be built smaller, resulting in significant cost cuts.
In the remaining region, the jacket plate (11) rests directly on the stator laminate stack (6).
Disposed at at least one end of the plate stack is an insulating plate.
Said electric machine (2) comprises a stator pack (4) and a rotor (6).