This lesson covers the design principles of a switched reluctance machine, focusing on specifications like power, torque, speed, efficiency, electric loading, and magnetic loading. It explains the working principle of switched reluctance machines, which is based on electromagnetic attractions and repulsions of magnetic fields. The lesson also discusses the sizing equations used to analyze the volume product for a given power rating. It further elaborates on the torque equation and the structural view of a switched reluctance machine. The lesson concludes with an explanation of the power equation in relation to electric loading, magnetic loading, volume product, and rotor speed.

- The design of a switched reluctance machine is based on electromagnetic attractions and repulsions.
- The sizing equations are crucial in determining the volume product for a given power rating.
- The torque of a switched reluctance machine depends on the reluctance and torque equation.
- The power of a switched reluctance machine is directly proportional to the electric loading, magnetic loading, volume product, and rotor speed.
- The efficiency of the machine and the duty cycle also play a significant role in determining the output power.

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