magnetomotive

magnetomotive

(mæɡˌniːtəʊˈməʊtɪv)
adj
(General Physics) causing a magnetic flux
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According to the equilibrium equation of magnetomotive force of the transformer, if the core loss current is neglected, there's
After operation, the current in the winding and, accordingly, its magnetomotive force (MMF) are reduced, but the armature of the electromagnet remains in the final (brought) state, since, at small gaps, the traction force is usually superfluous even at small values of MMF.
Cinthio et al., "Combined Magnetomotive ultrasound, PET/CT, and MR imaging of [sup.68]Ga-labelled superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles in rat sentinel lymph nodes in vivo," Scientific Reports, vol.
It is assumed that the windings are distributed sinusoidal, so that all higher spatial harmonics of the magnetomotive force can be neglected.
magnetomotive force) iUlenda iU transformatoriaus magnetines Uerdies medPiagos ir oro tarpuose veria apvijas (Ouyang, Zhang 2015; Holguin et al.
Space harmonics in the armature winding magnetomotive force (MMF) distribution and time harmonics in the current waveform, together with the harmonics in the air gap permeance function due to slotting, create field components which do not rotate in synchronism with the rotor.
In addition, the least magnetomotive force strategy was investigated to enhance the availability of winding currents and to decrease the torque ripple and stator vibration [19].
Space-fundamental air-gap magnetomotive force (MMF) distribution [F.sub.ag1] for the series motor windings connection (Fig.
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:
In Figure 2, [R.sub.l1,2] denotes the magnetic reluctance of the rod within each loop formed by GMM and PM patches alternatively; [R.sub.g] and [R.sub.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