homopolar machine

homopolar machine

[¦hä·mə′pō·lər mə′shēn]
(electronics)
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Another state-of-the-art magnetless machine for the FESS is the homopolar machine, which not only offers the features of high-speed capability, high robustness and low cost, but also the merit of very low zero-torque spinning losses [52].
Probably not as noiseless as a homopolar machine with its constant current and magnetic field that remains uniform throughout the air gap.