flux linkage


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flux linkage

[′fləks ‚liŋk·ij]
(electromagnetism)
The product of the number of turns in a coil and the magnetic flux passing through the coil. Also known as linkage.
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Control switching table is used to select the voltage command based on the present zone of the flux linkage that can be determined by the angle.
In the actual rotor reference, the flux linkage equations of the CPPM machine can be described as [13]:
Mathematical modeling of magnetic field is important for electromagnetic machines, as it could be used to predict output performance, such as flux linkage, field energy and force generation [13-15].
Therefore derivatives of flux linkage with respect to time taking into account this dependence has the form
The static flux linkage curves of the motor, which provides important information about the electromagnetic characteristics of the motor b.
f] is flux linkage of permanent magnet excitation, [L.
rq]: q-axis component of rotor flux linkage permanent magnet flux
There is no current controller needed in DTC, because it selects the voltage space vectors according to the errors of flux linkage and torque.
The magnetic characteristic is drawn between flux linkage versus current for various rotor positions.
Magnetization characteristics of the SRM define the relationship between the flux linkage and the current for any rotor position.
The implementation of the double stator topology eliminates the flux linkage that increases the output of the PMG as shown in Table 2.