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Constructal Analysis of Thermal Flows in Electrical Machines

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Abstract

This paper presents an analysis of how the constructal theory could be applied to construction in optimizing the mass and volume of electrical machines, taking as essential fluid flow of heat produced by the energy losses developed within them.

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