How a stator and how it acts on the engine

The stator piece and the basic engine and it consists of a three-phase winding which is distributed evenly around the electric motor housing, and acts so that the resulting magnetic flux becomes the voltage application in this stator winding and it produces a form of spatially sine wave, so that where possible and because it is an electromagnetic wave, these waves are produced by winding and has a sinusoidal function of space and time. See more about most popular baldors.

The application of AC voltage in the stator windings will produce a magnetic field in time due to the uniform separation of the stator winding and it will generate a resulting rotating magnetic field however it sounds made in the speed proportional to the frequency of the three-phase network.

The magnetic flux passing through the rotating electric motor stator will cross the gap and being time variant will induce an AC voltage three-phase voltage in the rotor winding, these windings if they are short circuit can damage the whole engine.