10 Methods of Experimental Investigations

10.1 Experimental Verification of Theoretical Calculations

Owing to the complexity of real electromagnetic processes, especially those in constructional steel elements, along with various heating problems, it is difficult to develop a trustworthy theory and formulae for rapid and cost-effective industrial calculations and design methods, without permanent and versatile experimental verification of both initial assumptions and final results, like for instance measuring of rotational core losses in machine lamination [10.35].

Experimental verification of assumptions and results should be understood in a broader sense, that is, not only as laboratory tests. Often, an expensive laboratory experiment can ...

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