magnetomotive

magnetomotive

(mæɡˌniːtəʊˈməʊtɪv)
adj
(General Physics) causing a magnetic flux
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According to expressions (1) and (2) and predefined parameters of the half-period of rotating magnetomotive force (Fig.
magnetomotive force) iUlenda iU transformatoriaus magnetines Uerdies medPiagos ir oro tarpuose veria apvijas (Ouyang, Zhang 2015; Holguin et al.
The leakage inductance is proportional to magnetomotive force between the windings that acts in air gap of core [5] (Fig.
Since the current is adjustable in every stator slot, there is a large number of degrees of freedom in order to shape the air gap magnetomotive force (MMF).
The following expression can be derived according to Ampere's circuital law that the magnetomotive force around a closed path is equal to the total current enclosed by the path:
w] denote, respectively, the magnetic reluctance of the air gap from GMM bar to wall and the reluctance of wall; MMF denotes magnetomotive force provided by PM; based on Ampere's Law, the above parameters could be expressed as
One reason is the harmonic contents of the stator's magnetomotive force (MMF); a second reason is the addition of spatial harmonic content due to the slots [4].
Compared with photoacoustic imaging, magnetomotive photoacoustic imaging is capable of enhancing imaging contrast by 2 to 3 orders of magnitude, and this contrast-enhancement technique has the potential to be expanded to other imaging techniques to aid in the early diagnosis of cancer.
Contrary to the classical d-q model, this theory can take into account all of the winding magnetomotive force space harmonics.
In another new chapter, the winding function approach is used to establish the rotating air-gap magnetomotive force and machine inductances, including end-turn widening effects.
Calculation methodology of the harmonic magnetomotive force and its relationship with the sequence components slot fem (2)
The magnetomotive force can be written in simplified form: