## Electromechanical Dynamics: Discrete systems |

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

Lumped Electromechanical Elements | 15 |

Electromechanical Coupling with Viscous Fluids 861 | 42 |

Copyright | |

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air gap Ampere's law amplitude angle armature assume boundary condition capacitor Chapter charge density circuit coefficient coenergy coil conductor conservation consider constant constituent relations constrained contour coordinate system coupling system current density damping defined differential equations displacement dynamics electric field system electric origin electrical terminal pairs electrical terminal relations electrically linear electromagnetic electromechanical electromechanical coupling electromechanical systems energy equations of motion example excitation expression fixed flux density flux linkage force density force of electrical frequency function Hence homopolar induction machines inertia integral lumped-parameter magnetic field system mass Maxwell's equations mechanical system mechanical terminal pairs motor moving mutual inductance node nonlinear obtain operation pendulum plates plunger polarization density position quasi-static reactance resistance result rotating machines salient-pole Section shown in Fig sinusoidal smooth-air-gap machine static equilibrium stator stator winding steady-state surface synchronous machine terminal voltage torque torsional spring two-phase variables vector write zero