This lesson covers the process of calculating the inductances of a Switched Reluctance Machine (SRM) using an analytical approach. It explains the concept of flux paths and how to calculate the length of these paths. The lesson also discusses how to find the cross-sectional area with respect to the stator pole region and how to analyze the magnetic equivalent circuit. The lesson further explains how to calculate the reluctance and the flux with respect to the path. Finally, it provides a detailed explanation on how to calculate the inductance in aligned, unaligned, and intermediate positions.

- The inductance of a Switched Reluctance Machine (SRM) can be calculated using an analytical approach.
- The calculation involves understanding the concept of flux paths and calculating their lengths.
- The cross-sectional area with respect to the stator pole region is crucial in the calculation.
- The magnetic equivalent circuit analysis helps in understanding the flow of the leakage flux.
- The reluctance and flux with respect to the path are calculated to determine the inductance in aligned, unaligned, and intermediate positions.

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