interpolar

[in-ter-poh-ler]
adjective
connecting or being between poles: an interpolar flight.

Origin:
1865–70; inter- + polar

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Between two rotor poles, there is a small gap to minimize interpolar magnetic leakage.
The interpolar space is filled with a nonmagnetic metal to obtain a strong, smooth rotor.
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