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'Salient' means to 'stick out', so salient poles stick out from the machine's shaft, as opposed to shafts which are slotted to contain its windings.
just like a regular lacrosse stick. when you have the ball you choke up and leave shaft on the bottom. when you're defending someone, you have your bottom hand at the butt of the stick and hold your top hand in a comfortable position
shaft, pole, pivot, stem
Of course! But obviously only if it is cold outside. Anything that is wet and warm will stick to a frozen pole!
'Salient' means 'sticking out', so if the pole sticks up from the rotor shaft, then it is a salient pole machine.
Smoke pole, bang stick, thunder stick.
It Is "Pole Vault".
batten, billet, boom, crossbar, crosspiece, ingot,lever, paling, pig, pole, rail, rib, rule, shaft, slab,spar, spoke, stake, stick, streak, strip, stripe,stroke
You lean in, stick your tongue out, and use your tongue mussels to lick the object. (a pole)
Magnet does not stick to the opposite of the magnet because one side of the magnet is called south pole and another side is called north pole .And south pole is suppose to stick north to north and south to South