But I am doing position control, can you please explain what i have asked.hi,
unless you want to do some position control, then it makes no difference. the voltage will be positive and negative - in best case - according a sine shape.
Klaus
I have referred another website and the original document the representations are correct only. It is only current at a particular instant, not sure what is wrong. Please help.But I see a little mistake in your picture.
a, c´, b, a´, c, b´ .. is correct. But the marking on <a> should be a dot and tthe marking at <a´> should be an X .. to get equal 120° aligned sine waveform.
Klaus
Right.Based on the magnetic field is my representation of North and South pole correct. The magnetic field originates at North pole and ends at South pole?
Is not accurate; magnetism arises due to flow of charge or current. But yes, ferromagnetism, para and dia-magnetism are all intimately connected with the electron spin. Nuclear magnetism is primarily due to nuclear spin.Magnetism arises from electron spin.
The diagram is wrong because it does not show the lines of forces within the magnet. Magnetic lines of forces are closed and continuous. You may please look up any standard book and see the drawings of the lines of forces for a solenoid.if see the bar magnet there is North and south pole and the field lines start from N and end at S
Now i understand why you said this as per the below waveformBut I see a little mistake in your picture.
a, c´, b, a´, c, b´ .. is correct. But the marking on <a> should be a dot and tthe marking at <a´> should be an X .. to get equal 120° aligned sine waveform.
Klaus
Magnetic field always has a loop. This comes from maxwell's equation V.B =0. (V is the gradient operator) This equation says that divergence of magnetic field is 0.I am trying to understand the basics of magnetic field, if I know this answer i have one more clarification to ask
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Based on the magnetic field is my representation of North and South pole correct. The magnetic field originates at North pole and ends at South pole?
See your post #10.One of the currents is always in the negative direction and the other two positive to get a 120 Deg waveform. Hence one of them should be "." and other two ...