This lesson covers the torque equation and the sizing equation of a switched reluctance machine with respect to volume. It explains how to find the bore diameter and length of the core for a switched reluctance machine using the power equation. The lesson also discusses the mechanical torque developed by the machine and how torque is directly proportional to the magnetic loading and electric loading. It further explains figure of merits for switched reluctance machine. The lesson concludes with an example of how to calculate the inner diameter of the stator and length of the core.

- The torque developed by a machine is directly proportional to the magnetic loading and electric loading.
- Different types of machines can be compared based on output power, power density, torque density, power to weight ratio, and torque to weight ratio.
- The inner diameter of the stator and length of the core can be calculated using the power equation and the aspect ratio.
- The aspect ratio varies for different power applications and can be adjusted based on the requirements of the application.

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