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Veltman, André

Fundamentals of Electrical Drives

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Electrical drives in general play a key role in power generation, household appliances, automotive and industrial applications. The rapidly expanding area of adjustable speed


Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Dedication v
Foreword xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xvii
Symbol Conventions xix
1. INTRODUCTION
1
1.1 Why use electro-mechanical energy conversion?
1
1.2 Key components of an electrical drive system
4
1.3 What characterizes high performance drives?
6
1.4 Notational conventions
8
1.5 Use of building blocks to represent equations
9
1.6 Magnetic principles
12
1.7 Machine sizing principles
22
1.8 Tutorials for Chapter 1
23
2. SIMPLE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
29
2.1 Introduction
29
2.2 Linear inductance
29
2.3 Coil resistance
32
2.4 Magnetic saturation
32
2.5 Use of phasors for analyzing linear circuits
33
2.6 Tutorials for Chapter 2
36
3. THE TRANSFORMER
45
3.1 Introduction
45
3.2 Ideal transformer (ITF) concept
45
3.3 Basic transformer
49
3.4 Transformer with magnetizing inductance
50
3.5 Steady-state analysis
53
3.6 Three inductance model
55
3.7 Two inductance models
57
3.8 Mutual and self inductance based model
60
3.9 Two inductance model with coil resistance
62
3.10 Tutorials for Chapter 3
64
4. THREE-PHASE CIRCUITS
75
4.1 Introduction
75
4.2 Star/Wye connected circuit
76
4.3 Delta connected circuit
80
4.4 Space vectors
84
4.5 Amplitude and power invariant space vectors
86
4.6 Application of space vectors for three-phase circuit analysis
89
4.7 Relationship between space vectors and phasors
99
4.8 Tutorials for Chapter 4
103
5. CONCEPT OF REAL AND REACTIVE POWER
121
5.1 Introduction
121
5.2 Power in single phase systems
121
5.3 Power in three-phase systems
129
5.4 Phasor representation of real and reactive power
136
5.5 Tutorials for Chapter 5
137
6. SPACE VECTOR BASED TRANSFORMER MODELS
149
6.1 Introduction
149
6.2 Development of a space vector based ITF model
149
6.3 Two-phase ITF based generalized transformer model
157
6.4 Tutorials for Chapter 6
160
7. INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL MACHINES
169
7.1 Introduction
169
7.2 Ideal Rotating Transformer (IRTF) concept
169
7.3 Conditions required to realize constant torque
178
7.4 General machine model
183
7.5 Tutorials for Chapter 7
186
8. VOLTAGE SOURCE CONNECTED SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES 193
8.1 Introduction
193
8.2 Machine configuration
193
8.3 Operating principles
195
8.4 Symbolic model
196
8.5 Generalized symbolic model
197
8.6 Steady-state characteristics
201
8.7 Tutorials for Chapter 8
209
9. VOLTAGE SOURCE CONNECTED ASYNCHRONOUS MACHINES
231
9.1 Introduction
231
9.2 Machine configuration
231
9.3 Operating principles
232
9.4 Symbolic model, simplified version
234
9.5 Generalized symbolic model
235
9.6 Steady-state analysis
237
9.7 Tutorials for Chapter 9
249
10. DIRECT CURRENT MACHINES 265
10.1 Introduction
265
10.2 Machine configuration
266
10.3 Operating principles
267
10.4 Symbolic model, simplified form
268
10.5 General symbolic DC machine model
272
10.6 Steady-state characteristics
276
10.7 Tutorials for Chapter 10
279
11. ANALYSIS OF A SIMPLE DRIVE SYSTEM 295
11.1 Introduction
295
11.2 Basic single phase uni-polar drive circuit
295
11.3 Basic single phase bipolar drive circuit
305
11.4 Control algorithm
307
11.5 Tutorials for Chapter 11
310
Appendices 327
A Concept of sinusoidal distributed windings
327
B Generic module library
333
References 341
Index 343
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Januari 2007
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