Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0018

Electromechanical - 7.0 Introduction 7.1 Magnetic Field Diffusion 7.1.1 Diffusion as an Electrical Transient 7.1.2 Diffusion and Steady Motion

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Contents 6.4.1 Commutator Machines 6.4.2 Homopolar Machines 6.5 Discussion Appendix A Glossary of Commonly Used Symbols Appendix B Review of Electromagnetic Theory B.1 Basic Laws and Definitions B.1.1 Coulomb's Law, Electric Fields and Forces B.1.2 Conservation of Charge B.1.3 Ampere's Law, Magnetic Fields and Forces B.1.4 Faraday's Law of Induction and the Potential Difference B.2 Maxwell's Equations B.2.1 Electromagnetic Waves B.2.2 Quasi-static Electromagnetic Field Equations B.3 Macroscopic Models and Constituent Relations B.3.1 Magnetization B.3.2 Polarization B.3.3 Electrical Conduction B.4 Integral Laws B.4.1 Magnetic Field System B.4.2 Electric Field System B.5 Recommended Reading Appendix C Mathematical Identities and Theorems Index Part II: Fields, Forces, and Motion 7 Magnetic Diffusion and Charge Relaxation
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Unformatted text preview: 7.0 Introduction 7.1 Magnetic Field Diffusion 7.1.1 Diffusion as an Electrical Transient 7.1.2 Diffusion and Steady Motion 7.1.3 The Sinusoidal Steady-State in the Presence of Motion 7.1.4 Traveling Wave Diffusion in Moving Media 7.2 Charge Relaxation 7.2.1 Charge Relaxation as an Electrical Transient 7.2.2 Charge Relaxation in the Presence of Steady Motion 7.2.3 Sinusoidal Excitation and Charge Relaxation with Motion 7.2.4 Traveling-Wave Charge Relaxation in a Moving Con-ductor 7.3 Conclusion xvii 292 312 317 Al B1 BI BI B5 B6 B9 B12 B13 B19 B25 B25 B27 B30 B32 B32 B36 B37 C1 1 330 330 335 338 347 355 364 370 372 380 392 397 401 A-PDF Split DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark...
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