It's 8P 24T which is an integer-slot winding.
Best to wind it as a single layer winding to get a winding factor of 1. That means the coil will span 3 slots.
See here for more information: https://www.emetor.com/windings/
I've been using one since they first came out, in the 1990's. Wouldn't be without it......Alan B wrote: ↑Mar 08, 2018 3:54 pmNo, these:
Looks like they use it in addition to a mouse.
"Motor constant as given by (9.11) ignores the winding end turns. Since the end turns create ohmic losses but do not produce torque, they directly diminish motor constant."
You can design to achieve parity re. airgap flux density. It's more that the benefits, if any, wouldn't be worth the trouble, for a motor like this....madin88 wrote:exactly! halbach motors usually have a high peak ETA and can do high RPM, but the torque is quite low (there is no stator iron)..