### Definition of Rotor coil

1. Noun. The rotating armature of a motor or generator.

Exact synonyms: Rotor
Generic synonyms: Armature
Group relationships: Electric Motor, Generator, Turbine
Antonyms: Stator

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### Literary usage of Rotor coil

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1. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1919)
"14 only one stator coil, S, is shown, and one rotor coil, R. Imagine that the stator ... The rotor coil will then have an alternating current induced in it. ..."

2. The Principles of Electric Wave Telegraphy and Telephony by John Ambrose Fleming (1916)
"17 only one stator coil, S, is shown, and one rotor coil, R. Imagine that the stator ... The rotor coil will then have an alternating current induced in it. ..."

3. Radio Engineering Principles by Henri Lauer, Harry Leonard Brown (1919)
"... the rotor current is made larger by tuning the rotor circuits to the frequency / of the rotor current. This is done by closing the rotor coil R, Fig. ..."

4. An Elementary Manual of Radiotelegraphy and Radiotelephony for Students and by John Ambrose Fleming (1916)
"Also let the stator coil be ^7T short-circuited or completed by an inductive-capacity circuit tuned to a frequency 2n, and let the rotor coil have also a ..."

5. An Elementary Manual of Radiotelegraphy and Radiotelephony for Students and by John Ambrose Fleming (1916)
"\/LC Let us suppose that the angular velocity of the armature or rotor coil is p, and that the inductive-capacity circuit completing tn it is tuned for a ..."

6. A Treatise on the Theory of Alternating Currents by Alexander Russell (1906)
"... we can write <I>2 = Z2^2-^2, where N2 is the number of turns of the rotor windings, and we suppose also that »z2 is the number of turns in a rotor coil. ..."

7. A Treatise on the Theory of Alternating Currents by Alexander Russell (1906)
"... also that i)2 is the number of turns in a rotor coil. Let us suppose that all the rotor coils of one phase are in series and form a closed circuit. ..."

8. A Short Course in the Testing of Electrical Machinery for Non-electrical by John Harold Morecroft, Frederick William Hehre (1921)
"The self-induction of a rotor coil is o.ooi of a henry. The resistance of the rotor coil is 0.05 ohm. What is the impedance of the coil at full load ? ..."