Permanent magnet DC motor re-design by FEMM

Grmela, P.
Mach, M.
Hajek, V.
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Citation Formats
P. Grmela, M. Mach, and V. Hajek, “Permanent magnet DC motor re-design by FEMM,” 2011, p. 666, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: