Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery: Using MATLAB/SIMULINK

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 626 pages
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Electrical engineers can significantly improve the way they design power components and systems using the PC-based modeling and simulation tools discussed in this book. This book covers the fundamentals of electrical system modeling and simulation, using two of the industry's most popular software packages, MATLAB and SIMULINK. It also shows how to interpret the results and use them in the design process. The book reviews the basics of magnetics and line modeling. It covers a wide range of electrical components and systems, including: transformers, electric machines, three-phase induction machines, synchronous machines, and DC machines. This standalone book with accompanying website (at www.informit.com/title/0137237855) offer a complete treatment from background theory and models to implementation and verification techniques for simulations and linear analysis of frequently studies machine systems.

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    Contents

    INTRODUCTION
    1
    BASICS OF MAGNETICS AND LINE MODELING
    30
    TRANSFORMERS
    85
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    About the author (1998)

    DR. CHEE-MUN ONG is a professor of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.

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