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How to wind a brushless motor (number of windings per stator)

How to wind a brushless motor (number of windings per stator)

How to wind a brushless motor (number of windings per stator)

I'm searching for information/procedure and also calculations/equations on how to correctly wind a stator on a (general or DC 3-phase) brushless motor? I.e. how to wind a copper wire X number of times around the stators, and thus get the desired performance/force that is required?

Thanks in advance!

RE: How to wind a brushless motor (number of windings per stator)

Enrol in a course of electrical engineering.
Search YouTube for step by step instructions by someone who has already done the calculations.
You can start by studying a simple electromagnet. By knowing the physical shape of a magnetic core (Generally iron), the magnetic characteristics or the core iron and the dimensions of the magnetic circuit (iron plus air gap) you may determine the maximum usable Amp-Turns.
From that, you may determine the flux density and the attractive force of the electromagnet under steady state DC current..
Applying that to a motor application gets a lot more complicated.

Ohm's law
Not just a good idea;
It's the LAW!

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