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Applications in the Analysis and Design of Electrical Machines

  • R. Magureanu
  • N. Vasile
  • M. Tiba
  • D. Homentcovschi
  • L. Kreindler
Part of the Topics in Boundary Element Research book series (TBOU, volume 6)

Abstract

Electrical machines are by far the most important electromechanical convertors capable of transforming electrical energy into mechanical energy and vice versa, operating both as motors and as generators.

Keywords

Permanent Magnet Magnetic Flux Current Sheet Boundary Element Method Electrical Machine 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Magureanu
  • N. Vasile
  • M. Tiba
  • D. Homentcovschi
  • L. Kreindler

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