The interaction of electromagnetic fields with media in motion is something you would like to know if you want to learn about the electromechanical dynamics. You should be equipped with the basics of classical mechanics and electromagnetic theory to understand it.
In this [course_title], you are provided with opportunities to develop your physical intuition when dealing with electromagnetic force. From this, you will understand the connection between physical reality and analytics models.
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Course Credit: MIT
|Chapter 1: Introduction||00:15:00|
|Chapter 2: Lumped Electromechanical Elements||00:30:00|
|Chapter 3: Lumped-Parameter Electromechanics||00:30:00|
|Chapter 4: Rotating Machines||00:45:00|
|Chapter 5: Lumped-Parameter Electromechanical Dynamics||01:00:00|
|Chapter 6: Fields and Moving Media||01:00:00|
|Chapter 7: Magnetic Diffusion and Charge Relaxation||01:00:00|
|Chapter 8: Field Description of Magnetic and Electric Forces||00:45:00|
|Chapter 9: Simple Elastic Continua||01:00:00|
|Chapter 10: Dynamics of Electromechanical Continua||01:00:00|
|Chapter 11: Introduction to the Electromechanics of Elastic Media||01:00:00|
|Chapter 12: Electromechanics of Incompressible, Inviscid Fluids||01:00:00|
|Chapter 13: Electromechanics of Compressible, Inviscid Fluids||00:30:00|
|Chapter 14: Electromechanical Coupling with Viscous Fluids||00:25:00|
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