Electric Machines: Analysis and Design Applying Matlab

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McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Science - 530 pages
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This text contains sufficient material for a single semester core course in electric machines and energy conversion, while allowing some selectivity among the topics covered by the latter sections of Chapters 3-7 depending on a school's curriculum. The text can work for either a course in energy design principles and analysis with an optional design project, or for a capstone design course that follows an introductory course in energy device principles. A unique feature of "Electric Machines: Analysis and Design Applying MATLAB" is its integration of the popular interactive computer software MATLAB to handle the tedious calculations arising in electric machine analysis. As a result, more exact models of devices can be retained for analysis rather than the approximate models commonly introduced for the sake of computational simplicity.

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Cathey is a professor at the University of Kentucky.

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