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Shaahin Filizadeh is the editor of Electric Machines and Drives Control and Simulation eBook
1. Physics of Electric Machines.
2. Principles of Alternating Current Machines.
3. Principles of Direct Current Machines.
4. Induction Machine Modeling.
5. Steady State Induction Machine Drives.
6. High-Performance Control of Induction Machines.
7. High-Performance Control of Synchronous Machines.
8. Power Electronic Circuits for Electric Motor Drives.
9. Simulation-Based Design of Electric Drive Systems.
Electric machines play crucial, yet often quiet and unnoticed, roles in our modern lives. The electricity that we have come to expect as an indispensable commodity is generated using electric generators.
A large number of modern conveniences we enjoy are powered by electric motors of different forms and sizes. It is hard to imagine a world without electric machines and what they do to make our lives easier (Electric Machines and Drives Principles Control Modeling and Simulation).
For a long period of time, the study of electric machines was a major portion of electrical engineering programs. In the past two or three decades,
however, this subject was given less than its fair share of attention, while subjects such as digital and computer systems filled up large portions of curricula in many universities.
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In recent years, electric machines have been used in radically new and exciting applications and in large scales, for example, in renewable energy generation schemes and electric and hybrid vehicles.
These new developments and advances in power electronics and control systems have given electric machines a much deserved new life.
This Electric Machines and Drives Principles Control Modeling and Simulation book aims to engage the student in the subject of electric machines and drives by laying a strong foundation rooted in physical principles of operation of these systems.
The Electric Machines and Drives Principles Control Modeling and Simulation book comprises nine chapters and three appendices. The first two chapters are devoted to the underlying physical principles of electric machines.
The laws of induction and interaction are described and their fundamental roles in electric machines are demonstrated through numerous examples.
Chapter 3 is devoted to dc machines. Principles of their operation are described followed by a simple dynamic model that is then used to develop speed and torque control strategies. Chapters 4 through 6 are devoted to induction machines.
Modeling, steady state–based drives, and high-performance drives are presented with particular attention to the underlying physics of the machine. Chapter 7 deals with modeling and highperformance control of permanent magnet synchronous machines.
Chapter 8 presents elements of power electronics used in electric drive systems. Computer simulation is an indispensable tool in the study of modern electric machine and drive systems.
They have evolved well beyond traditional analysis tools; computer tools are now increasingly used as tools for design as well.
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Chapter 9 deals with simulation-based optimal design of electric motor drive systems. The material in Appendix A on numerical simulation of dynamical systems is important. It allows the student to develop their own simulation code of electric machines and experiment with their computer models.
The material in this Electric Machines and Drives Principles Control Modeling and Simulation book can be taught, with minor variations, in one semester to a senior undergraduate or a graduate class.
Depending on the background of the students and whether or not they have been exposed to power electronic circuits prior to taking this course, the instructor may drop Chapter 8 or supplement it with additional material (e.g., on dc–dc converters).
Chapter 9 can be dropped if it is felt that its focus does not fit the theme of a particular course outline. It is strongly recommended that simulation tools be incorporated in teaching of the material in the Electric Machines and Drives Principles Control Modeling and Simulation book.
The supplied simulation cases can be used as a base and can be supplemented through simulation assignments and small projects.
A great deal of learning in this Electric Machines and Drives Principles Control Modeling and Simulation book occurs in the end-of-chapter problems. They are designed to pick up on the points presented in chapters and develop them further or introduce additional aspects.