Electromechanics – An Overview

The study of electromagnetic waves in terms of their attributes is called Electromechanics. It is an empirical science which is used to design, analyze and/or predict a certain situation. An Electromechanical is composed of the relationship between the frequency of a wave and its wavelength, the ratio of speed to the distance between two moving bodies, the mass of the source of energy, the force applied by the source, and the difference in the velocity of two objects as measured from known points.

If the wave is not of the same wavelength, the force between the source and the object is called local force. If the source is closer to the target than the target, it will be referred to as Far Field and the source will have the same velocity as the target. If the source is further away than the target, the wave will have a different wavelength and the force will be called Toroidal or U-field. These waves are called Wave Types and the U-fields are also called Scalar Field.

The Far Field, when applying a force, produces heat which may also damage materials if it is too much. On the other hand, the U-field produces waves called Electromagnetic Pulses which give off a small impulse and cause the suspension of matter. Electrical waves produce heat.

For good Applications of Electromechanics, the one dimensional energy particles must have Part-Wave Energy and the other types of particle must have Part-Particle Energy. The combination of energies are called Part-Particle Energy and Part-Part-Wave Energy. The energy of the Part-Particle Energy can be altered through a wavefront control.

For example, in machining or manufacturing industries, it is very important to have periodic energy measurement, calculated measurements, and periodic or local energies. A periodic energy measurement is considered as periodic if it happens on a time basis. On the other hand, the angular measurement of the wave is continuous.

In steady state, there is neither uniform energy nor periodic measurement. These measurements, except the periodic measurement, are used in many applications of Electromechanics.

Thus, a periodic energy measurement is important for the Measurement of RF energy or radiated energy and the periodic measurement is important for the measurement of Shock Wave Particles (SWPs). For example, for smooth and machined parts, which are hard to produce, heat is transferred and thus one needs to measure the motion of the parts, thus a periodic energy measurement is very important.

The point of reference of the periodic measurement, either in free space or in the electromagnetic spectrum, determines the quantity s(t), or the time the power is emitted. The frequency of the source is of no significance since it can be changed.

Moreover, the polarization of the source is also of no importance since the polarization can be reversed as well. The only significant factor is the velocity and the constant energy.

Since the source is on the surface of the electrical or magnetic surface, it is termed a magnetized source. In Electromechanics, the source of electromagnetic energy is the one producing the energy and the wave and is referred to as a Wave. The sources can be energy, magnetic or mechanical and can be in either gas liquid or solid form.

The application of the wave as a force is called a Wave Field. This application of the wave is called a Force Field. The use of Electromechanics as a science is important because it combines science with engineering.

The whole range of Applications ofElectromechanics is extensive and useful. The field has applications in agriculture, manufacturing, civil engineering, wireless communication, nuclear physics, the high voltage industry, robotics, scientific research, aerospace, and even communication networks. There are so many forms of applications of Electromechanics and each of them plays a significant role in our daily lives.