Electromechanical CouplingK,(b)Fig. 3.1.1 (a) A magnetic field electromechanical system; (b) its representation in termsof terminal pairs. Note that the coupling network does not include mechanical energystorages (M) or electrically dissipative elements (R).Because of the restriction of our treatment to quasi-static systems, thefields that give rise to forces in a particular element are electric or magnetic,but not both. Thus we can consider separately the forces due to electricfields and the forces due to magnetic fields.To illustrate how the coupling can be taken into account suppose theproblem to be considered is the magnetic field system shown in Fig. 3.1.1.The electromechanical coupling occurs between one electrical terminalpair with the variables
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