Generalized AC Machines for the Design of Motion Control Devices
Let us take for our preliminary analysis a classical AC electrical machine of generalized architecture (see Figs. 2.1 and 2.2). We call this system generalized because its architecture consists of all of the basic electro-mechanical components, from which partial combinations would define the basic complex of prior art and specific AC electro-motive and motion sensing devices. These representations can be derived from the generalized electro-magnetic system of Figs. 2.1 and 2.2, We will use the abbreviation GEM for generalized electrical machines.
KeywordsRemote Control System Rotary Cylinder Excitation Coil Signaling Coil Control Coil
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