Gasoline generators are usually made up of components such as stators, rotors, end caps and bearings. The engine is a machine that converts chemical energy into mechanical energy. Its conversion process is actually the process of the working cycle. Simply by burning the fuel in the cylinder, it generates kinetic energy and drives the reciprocating motion of the piston in the engine cylinder. The connecting rod connected to the piston and the crank connected to the connecting rod drive a reciprocating circular motion around the center of the crankshaft to output power.
The stator consists of a stator core, a wire winding, a base, and other structural components that secure these sections. The rotor is composed of a rotor core (or magnetic pole, magnetic yoke) winding, a retaining ring, a center ring, a slip ring, a fan and a rotating shaft. The stator and the rotor of the generator are connected and assembled by the bearing and the end cover, so that the rotor can rotate in the stator to perform the movement of the cutting magnetic line, thereby generating an induced potential, which is led out through the terminal and connected in the loop, and a current is generated.