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Linear induction machines II. Applications

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The history of linear induction back as the 19th century. Although have been practically forgotten for years, there appears to be a genuine revival of interest in them. Part I of this article dealt with the fascinating history of these ``unrolled'' motors and their theory of operation. The present installment, which concludes the article, deals with the unique advantages that such high-performance systems have for modern-day applications.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:8 ,  Issue: 3 )