flux factor

flux factor

[′fləks ‚fak·tər]
(metallurgy)
A factor for assessing the quality of steelworks-grade silica refractories.
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where [[mu].sub.r] is the permanent-magnet's recoil relative permeability, [B.sub.r] the permanent-magnet residual flux density, [K.sub.d] the leakage flux factor, [K.sub.f] = [B.sub.gpk]/[B.sub.g] the peak value corrected factor of air-gap flux density in the AFPM machine's radial direction, and [K.sub.c] the Carter factor.
[sup.[mu]]r is the recoil relative permeability of the magnet, [B.sub.r] is the residual flux density of the PM material, [K.sub.d] is the leakage flux factor, [K.sub.c] is the Carter factor, [K.sub.f] = [B.sub.gpk]/[B.sub.g] is the peak value corrected factor of air gap flux density in radial direction of the AFPM motor.
where [[florin].sub.[GAMMA]q] is the flux factor being required by the quantum condition.
where [[mu].sub.r] is the magnet's recoil relative permeability, Br is the permanent-magnetmaterial-residual-flux density, [k.sub.d] is the leakage flux factor, [k.sub.C] is Carter factor, [k.sub.f] = [B.sub.gpk]/[B.sub.g] is the peak value corrected factor of the air-gap flux density in radial direction of the AFPM motor.
[[mu].sub.r] is the recoil relative permeability of the magnet, [B.sub.r] is the residual flux density of the PM material, [K.sub.d] is the leakage flux factor, [K.sub.c] is the Carter factor, [K.sub.f] = [B.sub.gpk]/[B.sub.g] is the peak value corrected factor of air gap flux density in radial direction of the AFPM motor.