Thesis on single phase induction motor

This yields a concise illustration of the correspondence principle : this equation manifestly reduces to the classical Liouville equation in the limit ħ → 0. In the quantum extension of the flow, however, the density of points in phase space is not conserved ; the probability fluid appears "diffusive" and compressible. [2] The concept of quantum trajectory is therefore a delicate issue here. (Given the restrictions placed by the uncertainty principle on localization, Niels Bohr vigorously denied the physical existence of such trajectories on the microscopic scale. By means of formal phase-space trajectories, the time evolution problem of the Wigner function can be rigorously solved using the path-integral method [20] and the method of quantum characteristics , [21] although there are practical obstacles in both cases.)

Thesis on single phase induction motor

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