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Part (a) depicts Eq. 32) assuming that the A. - i characteristic is available. In part (b), it is assumed that the iP - tj characteristic is available, and thus Eq. 33) is applicable. 21 Energy in magnetic structures. that we can thus obtain the incremental energy per unit volume denoted dW as an application of Eq. 34). Consider the case of a magnetic structure that experiences a change in state between the time instants 11 and 12. 35) 54 PRINCIPLES OF ELECTROMAGNETISM AND ELECTROMECHANICAL ENERGY Using Eq.
Using Faraday's law [Eq. 23)], we can write dA. 30) The units of power are watts (or joules per second). 31 ) Combining Eqs. 31), we obtain dW = idA. 32) Using Eq. 33) Yet another expression of dW can be obtained in terms of Band H. 34) provide us with three related interpretations of the energy taken by the magnetic structure in terms of its properties, as shown in Fig. 21. Part (a) depicts Eq. 32) assuming that the A. - i characteristic is available. In part (b), it is assumed that the iP - tj characteristic is available, and thus Eq.
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