This lesson covers the concept of flux density distribution along the air gap of a machine. It explains how to calculate the B distribution and the assumptions made during the process. The lesson also discusses the Ampere circuital law and its application in finding the field around a conductor. It further explains the concept of reluctance and its implications in a magnetic circuit. The lesson then delves into the calculation of the value of H at different points in space and the resulting flux density waves. Towards the end, the lesson discusses the generation of AC voltage and the conditions required for generating sinusoidal induced voltage.

- The flux density distribution along the air gap of a machine can be calculated using the Ampere circuital law.
- The permeability of iron is assumed to be very large compared to air, and linearity is assumed for the calculations.
- The value of H at different points in space remains constant, resulting in a rectangular flux density wave.
- The generation of AC voltage requires a sinusoidal distribution of B. The shape of the voltage waveform against time will be the same as the distribution of B along the distance.

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