Magnetic Reluctance


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magnetic reluctance

[mag′ned·ik ri′lək·təns]
(electromagnetism)

Magnetic Reluctance

 

Usually called simply reluctance, magnetic reluctance is a quantity characterizing a magnetic circuit (seeRELUCTANCE).

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GMM] denotes the corresponding section area; in GMM, the nonlinearity of its magnetic reluctance is counted by employing a B(H) curve achieved from practical tests.
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The principle operation of SRM is grounded on the tendency of an electromagnetic system to obtain a constant equilibrium position minimizing magnetic reluctance.

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