This lesson covers the concept of inductance in electromechanical systems, focusing on linear motion systems and rotational systems. It explains how inductance is used to derive an expression for the force that is excited in these systems. The lesson also discusses the importance of system geometry in determining inductance and the role of inductance in generating electromagnetic torque. It provides an example of a solenoid switch to illustrate these concepts. The lesson also covers the analysis of spring plunger system using Finite Element Method (FEM) simulations.

- Inductance plays a crucial role in electromechanical systems, influencing the force that is excited in these systems.
- The geometry of the system significantly impacts the inductance. In a magnetically linear system, inductance is a function of the geometry alone.
- In rotational systems, a change in inductance due to rotor position can generate electromagnetic torque.
- FEM simulations can be used to analyze and understand the behavior of electromechanical systems, including axis symmetric systems.

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