Thermomechanical Self-Excited Oscillations of Current-Carrying Conductors
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This paper presents a study of the self-excitation of thermomechanical self-oscillations of a current-carrying conductor which depend on its electrical resistance, power of joule heat generation, and the heat transfer from its surface. The conditions for the occurrence of self-oscillations are determined, and numerical simulation of the excitation of oscillations is performed.
Keywordsself-oscillations current-carrying conductors numerical simulation
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