SinglePhaseElectroMagneticConverterSingle phase electro magnetic converter 
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The single phase winding has an effective number of turns, and a respective orientation of the winding, . The current in winding is .
The total complex magnetic potential difference of the single phase winding is determined by:
In this equation the magnetomotive force is aligned with the orientation of the winding.
The voltage induced in the winding depends on the cosine between the orientation of the winding and the angle of the complex magnetic flux. Additionally, the magnitudes of the induced voltages are proportional to the respective number of turns. This relationship can be modeled by means of
The single phase electromagnetic converter is a special case of the MultiPhaseElectroMagneticConverter
effectiveTurns 
Value: Type: Real Description: Effective number of turns 

orientation 
Value: Type: Angle (rad) Description: Orientation of the resulting fundamental wave V_m phasor 
N 
Value: effectiveTurns * Modelica.ComplexMath.exp(Complex(0, orientation)) Type: Complex Description: Complex number of turns 
pin_p 
Type: PositivePin Description: Positive pin 


pin_n 
Type: NegativePin Description: Negative pin 

port_p 
Type: PositiveMagneticPort Description: Positive complex magnetic port 

port_n 
Type: NegativeMagneticPort Description: Negative complex magnetic port 
V_m 
Type: ComplexMagneticPotentialDifference Description: Complex magnetic potential difference 


Phi 
Type: ComplexMagneticFlux Description: Complex magnetic flux 

N 
Type: Complex Description: Complex number of turns 
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