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In particular, the upper line intersects the −fe curve at 1 and 1′; the lower line intersects at 2 and 2′. Stable operation occurs at only points 1 and 2. The system will not operate stably at points 1′ and 2′. This can be explained by assuming the system is operating at one of these points (1′ and 2′) and then show that any system disturbance whatsoever will cause the system to move away from these points. If, for example, x increases slightly from its value corresponding to point 1′, the restraining force f − K(x − x0) is larger in magnitude than −fe, and x will continue to increase until the system reaches operating point 1.
Electromechanical Energy Conversion 25 for the infinitesimal change of field energy. 3-58). 3-15). Electromechnical systems with more than one mechanical input are not common; therefore, the additional notation necessary to include multiple mechanical inputs is not warranted. Moreover, the final results of the following derivation may be readily extended to include multiple mechanical inputs. 3-58). 3-58) rather than selecting a relationship from a table. However, for the sake of completeness, derivation of the force equations will be set forth and tabulated for electromechanical systems with one mechanical input and J electrical inputs.
Therefore, either λ and x or i and x may be selected as independent variables. 3-23). 3-28) Electromechanical Energy Conversion 19 In the derivation of an expression for the energy stored in the field, dx is set equal to zero. 3-28). 3-29) where ξ is the dummy variable of integration. 3-29) gives the energy stored in the field of a singly excited system. 3-31) i = i(λ , x ). 3-37) or i (λ , x ) = Let us evaluate Wf (i,x). 3-39) for this magnetically linear system. The field energy is a state function, and the expression describing the field energy in terms of system variables is valid regardless of the variations in the system variables.