induction motor winding styles, which is better.

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  1. l0vot

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    I'm planning on re-winding an induction motor, I'm trying to figure out the best winding style for a 3600RPM single phase induction motor, for the sake of simplicity (and curiosity), I'm making both the run winding and auxiliary winding identical. There are 3 winding styles I have found so far. I would like to know which one would work the best, images related
     
  2. l0vot

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    no replies, so I guess I will go with #2, for now. I still want to know for future reference.
     
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  3. Kermit2

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    I can't quite make out the windings of the first pic.
    #2 and 3 show a concentric winding and an over lapped winding.
    The concentric winding will concentrate the field in the center, while the overlapped winding will have a lower peak magnetic field, but it will be stronger than the concentric winding across a larger arc of the stator.
     
  4. MaxHeadRoom

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    This is the 4 pole winding from the motor winding bible.
    Max.
     
  5. l0vot

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    I see. overlapping winds seems to be the best, it uses one coil size for all of the coils too which makes winding easier. Thank you.
     
  6. l0vot

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    That image has the poles, but not the winding style for the poles. Thanks anyways.
     
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