This lesson covers the relationship between the mechanical and electrical angle in a two-pole machine and the concept of flux linkage in the stator winding. The lesson also discusses the concept of leakage flux and its impact on the self-inductance. It further explains the impact of the number of machine poles on the electrical variation. It also covers the concept of a distributed winding in a 3 phase machine and MMF distribution for it. The lesson concludes with the explanation of the self-inductance and flux linkage of a distributed stator winding.

- The self-inductance of a coil is derived from the relationship between the mechanical and electrical angle in a two-pole machine.
- The flux linkage in the stator winding is crucial in determining the self-inductance.
- Leakage flux can impact the self-inductance of a coil, and it occurs at various locations in the machine.
- The number of machine poles can affect the electrical variation, which in turn impacts the self-inductance.
- The self-inductance of a distributed stator winding can be determined by considering the number of turns and the flux linkage.

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