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Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0026

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_____ Electromagnetic Theory With our basic unified approach it is often difficult to distinguish between those aspects of electromechanics that may be considered research in the scientific sense and those that represent engineering applications. For example, there are many practical uses for a magnetohydrodynamic flow meter, yet the type of theoretical model needed in its study is also pertinent to an under- standing of the origin of the earth's magnetic field as it is generated by motion of the molten interior of the earth. In fact, a study of magnetohydrodynamics involves models that are germane to an engineering problem such as the levitation of a molten metal, an applied physics problem such as plasma confinement, or a problem of astrophysical interest such as the dynamics of stellar structures. The subject of electromechanical dynamics, as we approach it in the following chapters, provides a foundation for a range of interests that extends from the purely scientific to engineering applications
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