Design of small electrical machines

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Wiley, Nov 15, 1994 - Computers - 260 pages
Designing electrical machines requires multi-disciplinary skills. Engineers must not only be expert in electromagnetic design, but also in selecting materials and choosing production techniques. Employing a range of examples, the author covers various design procedures from specification to performance prediction. Featuring:
  • Selection and specification of components and materials
  • Production techniques
  • Focus on both the electrical and mechanical construction aspects
  • Introduction to CAD
  • Detailed exploration of thermal design
  • Unified approach to permanent magnet and wound-field d.c. motor design
  • Design of 50 Hz and 400 Hz induction motors
  • Typical designs
This timely book highlights the latest advances in design techniques and materials. By presenting a self-contained and unified treatment, it will prove invaluable to both professional engineers and senior students.

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