Analysis of electric machinery
IEEE Press, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 564 pages
"An IEEE Press Classic Reissue.This advanced text and industry reference covers the areas of electric power and electric drives, with emphasis on control applications and computer simulation. Using a modern approach based on reference frame theory, it provides a thorough analysis of electric machines and switching converters. You'll find formulations for equations of electric machines and converters as well as models of machines and converters that form the basis for predicting and understanding system-level performance. This text is appropriate for courses at the senior/graduate level, and will also be of particular interest to systems analysts and control engineers in the areas of electric power and electric drives."
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