leakage flux

leakage flux

[′lēk·ij ‚fləks]
(electromagnetism)
Magnetic lines of force that go beyond their intended path and do not serve their intended purpose.
(nucleonics)
The number of neutrons which pass outward through a unit area at the surface of a reactor core in a unit time, and are not reflected back into the core.
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It is difficult to evaluate the effect of the leakage flux mathematically because it depends on various factors: the position of the windings relative to each other; the position of the windings in the transformer; the distance between the winding.
This particular arrangement considerably compensates both the side pull and skew leakage flux [1], [2].
sigma]] is the coefficient taking into the magnetic leakage flux.
Leakage flux results in energy being alternately stored in and discharged from the magnetic fields with each cycle of the power supply.
Its advantage is to increase leakage flux but also increase the q-axis inductance, the armature reaction and the polar angle, so that it reduces the electromagnetic torque.
This is increasing with load and multitude of sources, such as surface and slot conditions, leakage flux, and another name is additional load losses, it should be 10%-20% of motor rating Stray load losses: [P.
In the aligned position, the flux consists of the main flux under two poles and the leakage flux beside the poles as follow:
At P5 the leakage flux is substantial; while, the flux density in the middle of the air gap, point P6, reaches a local maximum.
The condition monitoring technique which would be suitable for the assessment of health and diagnosis of various faults of induction motor are axial leakage flux monitoring technique and current monitoring technique.
As mentioned earlier, there should be minimum leakage flux during the forward voltage scan (Lower Leak Flux: [[OMEGA].
There was a parameter giving the quantity of leakage flux density.