## Matrix and space-phasor theory of electrical machines |

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### Contents

Preface | 9 |

The principles of operation of the most important electrical | 15 |

Problems to Chapter 1 | 87 |

Copyright | |

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air-gap alternating current analysis angular speed application armature axis circulant matrix coefficients commutator machine commutator primitive machine commutator transformation complexor conductors considering const constant corresponding cylindrical d.c. machine Determine direct current eigenvalues eigenvectors electrical machines energy equivalent circuit flux density distribution flux linkage follows fundamental harmonic harmonics hysteresis impedance matrix induced e.m.f. induced voltage induction machine induction motor Laplace transforms leakage leakage inductance magnetic field method mutual inductance negative-sequence number of turns obtained periphery permeance phase windings phasor pole Problem produced pulsating quadrature quantities reactance reference frame resultant rotating field rotational voltages rotor angle rotor coils rotor currents rotor windings salient-pole short-circuit shown in Fig single-phase sinusoidal slip-ring primitive machine space vector spatial stationary stator and rotor stator coil steady-state symmetrical component transformation synchronous machine synchronous speed theory of electrical three-phase winding torque trans transient two-coil unified theory voltage equation zero zero-sequence