pole face

pole face

[′pōl ‚fās]
(electromagnetism)
The end of a magnetic core that faces the air gap in which the magnetic field performs useful work.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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In another study, the cogging torque has been reduced by auxiliary slots inserted into pole face of the magnetizing yoke [14].
The force density of the linear actuator is enhanced by shaping and profiling the field at the pole face using a shaded pole technique [2,3].
Let us take the case of square pole face such that the armature core length equals pole arc.
Penguins that live near the South Pole face their own problems.
Wespack thyristors are encapsulated in a hermetic, 50mm (2") diameter pole face, press-pack package, while incorporating design features that diverge from conventional package design.
As visionary Native American activists like Albert live according to their traditional beliefs, indigenous youth from the South Pacific to the North Pole face nonstop pressures from Westernization and the pillaging of resources on their lands.
K, is then calculated knowing the diameter of the bias plate, the air gap between the flux plate and the suspension ring, and the effective thickness of the pole face.
where [A.sub.g] defines the swept pole face area (pole-arcs), and [l.sub.g] represents the radial length of the air-gap.