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Loss and Mass Porraer Lo¡ç P1 osb 76
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Design Criticisms n e ¡\coleJ lanF el¡oQ ne g\so{e4 ÊC r^gi"g ne3\eoleer le.tcase , e fu\es-oÇ-'lr¡,¡*( Únr=l I 77
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ManualDesign Approach
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F ormal D e s i gn Optim ization Evolutionary Environment frtâbÞ lorr Gon slra;Þ S*altç.'d cû.r qt,'ú&J 6 !*nûe,\v '; It v1.o C{)tìo p¡trarrì(:lers EYaluat¡on Opl¡on I D¡Yersity Control Cr¡rc{ gffidin 53 Scct¡aet¡ .1.16225 AE{Ênm .3259{ Scaling Maling Crossover M¡grat¡on I El¡tism I> l)loltrnq paramclcrs t9
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Another Design Trade-Off 80
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Lunar Rover Propulsion Drive Pareto-OptimaI Front 300 250 Pareto-Optimal Front 150r r r r r r I I I I r 05101528253035404550 Mass, Kg 3 .J; o (f J 200 81
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Lecture Set 2 Energy Conversion S.D. Sudhoff Spring 2012
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Reading o Techniques -for Analysis of E I ectromecltanic al Sy s t ems > Section 5.1 . 1-5. 1.9 >See course web page 2
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Overall GoaI o V/e know how to >(1) flux linkage in terms of cuffent and position >(2) cuffent in terms of flux linkage and pqgt¡ Ci-- ññ )-3 IJsing either (1) or (2), we can find arr expression for force or torque for an electromechanical device ! No other l,-- informatíon needed. çe r-l i -- lo*x ?"? .- Cøn¿
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Magnetic System Descriptions o For single winding systems, we may describe our magnetics (ignoring hysteresis) with one of the following ÞForm 1: ¡ - ft( 1,*) ÞForm2: ,L - "f¡( i,x ) (F;e\á E¡",tù i =jÐ þÌx (co- 1? Enerãï\ t{i - tÒ+¿<. 4
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Magnetic System Descriptions o For multi-winding systeffis, \Me may describe our magnetics (ignoring hysteresis) with one of the following ÞForm 1: ^- veôor ÞForm çå ?a\/sqs 3¿a\or (o¡ Form 2 is most common for both single and multi-winding systems 2 ü1 ooe e\g'*e$ P Un t¡irnditg
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Energy o Physical definition t Wy =W"+W* 'lu*\'e liael b î ui gt ¡ü'?f X (çor*Jtr ã) o Energy into the coupling fi tç¿ t =-14 Id F t\ö¡€|." -.i'zt!ñ
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