Analysis of Electrical Machines - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080271743, 9781483190013

Analysis of Electrical Machines

1st Edition

Authors: Richard T. Smith
eBook ISBN: 9781483190013
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1982
Page Count: 240
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Analysis of Electrical Machines discloses the information essential for a holistic understanding of electrical machines. The title emphasizes the effective analysis of machine performance. The text first covers the basic transformer and magnetically coupled circuit theory concepts, and then proceeds to tackling commutator machines. Next, the selection deals with synchronous and induction machines. The text also talks about the transient analysis of noncommutator machines. The last chapter details the physical basis for machine inductance parameters. The book will be of great use to both student and practicing electronics engineers and technicians.

Table of Contents


Chapter I Introduction

1.1 Two-Winding Transformers

Example 1.1.1

Example 1.1.2

Example 1.1.3

Example 1.1.4

Example 1.1.5

1.2 Multi-Winding Transformers

1.3 Transients in Magnetically Coupled Windings; No Leakage

1.4 Transients in Magnetically Coupled Windings; Finite Leakage

1.5 Forces and Torques in Unsaturated Magnetic Systems

Example 1.5.1

Example 1.5.2

Example 1.5.3

Example 1.5.4

1.6 Saturated Magnetic Systems

Example 1.6.1

Problem Statements

Chapter 2 Commutator Machines

2.1 Commutator Machines

Example 2.1.1

Example 2.1.2

Example 2.1.3

Example 2.1.4

Example 2.1.5

Example 2.1.6

Example 2.1.7

Example 2.1.8

Example 2.1.9

Example 2.1.10

Example 2.1.11

Example 2.1.12

Example 2.1.13

2.2 Saturation

Example 2.2.1

Example 2.2.2

Example 2.2.3

Example 2.2.4

Problem Statements

Chapter 3 Synchronous and Induction Machines

3.1 General Equations of ac Machines in Park Coordinates

3.2 Park's Equations in Per Unit Form

Example 3.2.1

Example 3.2.2

3.3 Equivalent Circuits of Park's Equations

Example 3.3.1

Example 3.3.2

Example 3.3.3

Example 3.3.4

Example 3.3.5

3.4 Unbalanced Operation at Synchronous Speed, Steady State Analysis

Example 3.4.1

Example 3.4.2

Example 3.4.3

Example 3.4.4

3.5 Average Torque Under Steady State Unbalanced Terminal Conditions on a Synchronous Machine Using Symmetrical Components

Example 3.5.1

3.6 Saturation

Example 3.6.1

Example 3.6.2

3.7 Rotor Small Oscillations

Problem Statements

Chapter 4 Transient Analysis of Noncommutator Machines

4.1 Introduction

Example 4.1.1

4.2 Three-Phase Short Circuit of a Synchronous Machine

Example 4.2.1

Problem Statements

Chapter 5 Physical Basis for Machine Inductance Parameters

5.1 Fundamental Relationships for Reactances

Problem Statements

Epilogue The Tragedie of Machine

Appendix A—Matrices

Appendix B—d-q Relationships for Two or More Machines on the Same System Bus

Appendix C—Typical Machine Constants and Parameters

C.l Turbine Generator Constants

C.2 Typical Machine Parameters



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