Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0087

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Lmped-Parameter Electromechanics carry out the integration; that is, by first integrating on the mechanical variables and then on the electrical variables we can determine W, from the electrical terminal relations. Physically, this simply means that if we put the system together mechanically when no force is required we can account for all the energy stored by putting it in through the electrical terminal pairs. An example of a system in which there will be energy stored in the network and a force of electrical origin even with no external electrical excitation is the permanent magnet device of Example 2.1.3. In that example, however, it was shown that we could replace the permanent magnet with an externally excited terminal pair; hence this case imposes no restriction on our develop- ment. We can also study electric field systems using the conservation of energy. For the example in Fig. 3.1.2, with the electrical energy stored in the system denoted by We, the conservation of power can be written as dW,
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