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 **Winding** or **coil** - a length of [[wire]] or [[conductor]] wound in a specific shape, in order to achieve specific [[magnetism|magnetic]], [[electricity|electric]] or [[electromagnetism|electromagnetic]] properties of such configuration.  **Winding** or **coil** - a length of [[wire]] or [[conductor]] wound in a specific shape, in order to achieve specific [[magnetism|magnetic]], [[electricity|electric]] or [[electromagnetism|electromagnetic]] properties of such configuration. 
  
-Each loop of a winding is known as a [[turn]], and the number of turns is one of the basic characteristics of a winding. In some literature[(South>[[https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Zc14AAAAQBAJ|CDX Automotive Publisher. South African Automotive Light Vehicle, Level 3, Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2013, ISBN 9781449697853]])] (especially older publications[(Southern>[[https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=wprmAAAAMAAJ|Southern Engineer, Vol. 31, W.R.C. Smith Publishing Company, 1919]], {accessed 2020-08-01})]) the "turns" are referred to as "coils", which can be confusing. In majority of designs the turns must be [[electrical insulator|electrically isolated]] from each other, as well as from the rest of the device (e.g. [[magnetic core]]). However, in some applications this is not required (e.g. in [[induction motor|induction]] and [[shaded-pole motor|shaded-pole motors]]).+Each loop of a winding is known as a [[turn]], and the number of turns is one of the basic characteristics of a winding. In some literature[(South>[[https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=Zc14AAAAQBAJ|CDX Automotive Publisher. South African Automotive Light Vehicle, Level 3, Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2013, ISBN 9781449697853]])] (especially older publications[(Southern>[[https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=wprmAAAAMAAJ|Southern Engineer, Vol. 31, W.R.C. Smith Publishing Company, 1919]], {accessed 2020-08-01})]) the "turns" are referred to as "coils", which can be confusing.  
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 +In majority of designs the turns must be [[electrical insulator|electrically isolated]] from each other, as well as from the rest of the device (e.g. [[magnetic core]] and the surrounding medium). However, in some applications this is not required (e.g. in [[squirrel cage rotor|squirrel cage rotors]] of [[induction motor|induction motors]] and [[shaded-pole motor|shaded-pole motors]]).
  
 The conductor in a power-related winding is typically required to carry a substantial amount of [[electric current]] (e.g. for generation of [[magnetic field]]), so it has to have a sufficient [[cross-section area]]. Conversely, sensing coils might carry only very small signal, so they can be made from very thin conductors.   The conductor in a power-related winding is typically required to carry a substantial amount of [[electric current]] (e.g. for generation of [[magnetic field]]), so it has to have a sufficient [[cross-section area]]. Conversely, sensing coils might carry only very small signal, so they can be made from very thin conductors.  
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-Winding on the [[rotor]] of a [[synchronous generator]]+Windings on the [[rotor]] of a [[synchronous generator]]: main windings around the [[salient pole|salient poles]] (in the middle) and [[exciter]] winding (on the right)
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