iron loss


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iron loss

[′ī·ərn ‚lȯs]
(electromagnetism)
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Using FEM, fluxes in a motor, torque produced by the motor and iron loss of the motor can be calculated in detail based on the physical size of the motor, and various parameters of the materials used.
Motor losses are losses in stator windings, mechanical losses and iron losses. The past several years saw the development of a number of loss optimization methods for regulated PMSM drives.
The FEA based iron loss [23], copper loss [24], and PM loss [25] scaling techniques are utilized to obtain the loss distribution under the driving duty cycle in a timely manner.
During this period of life there is an increased need for iron, combined with iron loss and undernourishment, which is why this age is known as "hematologically vulnerable age".
As has been confirmed by experiment results, the compressive stress acts on the electrical steel sheet can deteriorate the magnetic properties and increase the iron loss [7-10].
Inevitable iron loss by human adolescent, with calculations of requirement for absorbed iron.
The aim of this paper is to show how to optimize the design of the induction machine slots with regard to dynamic iron loss reduction considering a convenient choice of the slot openings.
Although no increased risk of gastrointestinal (GI) malignancy has been observed in APS patients so far, (5) treatment with acetylsalicylic acid (ASA) and oral anticoagulants may increase bleeding and iron loss in patients with subclinical GI disease.
Robert Kane: Identifying uncomplicated iron deficiency due to inadequate intake, poor absorption, or excess iron loss (hemorrhage) is straightforward with a good clinical history including details of diet, prior gastroduodenal surgery (including gastric banding), pica, stool character (think celiac disease), and the traditional measures of iron saturation and ferritin.
Caused by an imbalance between iron intake and iron loss, symptoms include pale skin and thinning hair.
[18.] Roshen, M., "Iron loss model for permanent-magnet synchronous motors," IEEE Trans.
A: Girls start their periods when they go through puberty, which is usually during the teenage years, and with blood loss comes iron loss. It's important to ensure you have adequate iron from a variety of foods to avoid the unpleasant physical effects of iron deficiency.