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Electric Machinery Sixth Edition by A. E. Fitzgerald & Charles Kingsley, Jr.
Ashish talpade

Electric Machinery Sixth Edition by A. E. Fitzgerald & Charles Kingsley, Jr.

Ashish talpade | 22-Feb-2016 |
Magnetic Circuits and Magnetic Materials , TRANSFORMERS , Electromechanical• Energy-Conversion Principles , Introduction to Rotating Machines , Synchronous Machines , DC MACHINES , Polyphase Induction Machines , Variable-Reluctance Machines and Stepping Motors , Single• and Two-Phase Motors , Introduction to Power Electronics , Speed and Torque Control ,

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Chapter 1
Magnetic Circuits and Magnetic
Materials 1
1.1 Introduction to Magnetic Circuits 2
1.2 Flux Linkage, Inductance, and Energy 11
1.3 Properties of Magnetic Materials 19
1.4 AC Excitation 23
1.5 Permanent Magnets 30
1.6 Application of Permanent Magnet
Materials 35
1.7 Summary 42
1.8 Problems 43
Chapter 2
Transformers 57
2.1 Introduction to Transformers 57
2.2 No-Load Conditions 60
2.3 Effect of Secondary Current; Ideal
Transformer 64
2.4 Transformer Reactances and Equivalent
Circuits 68
2.5 Engineering Aspects of Transformer
Analysis 73
2.6 Autotransformers; Multiwinding
Transformers 81
2.7 Transformers in Three-Phase Circuits 85
2.8 V oltage and Current Transformers 90
2.9 The Per-Unit System 95
2.10 Summary 103
2.11 Problems 104
Chapter 3
Electromechanical•
Energy-Conversion
Principles 112
3.1 Forces and Torques in Magnetic
Field Systems 113
3.2 Energy Balance 117
3.3 Energy in Singly-Excited Magnetic Field
Systems 119
3.4 Determination of Magnetic Force and Torque
from Energy 123
3.5 Determination of Magnetic Force and Torque
from Coenergy 129
3.6 Multiply-Excited Magnetic Field
Systems 136
3.7 Forces and Torques in Systems with
Permanent Magnets 142
3.8 Dynamic Equations 151
3.9 Analytical Techniques 155
3.10 Summary 158
3.11 Problems 159
Chapter 4
Introduction to Rotating
Machines 173
4.1 Elementary Concepts 173
4.2 Introduction to AC and DC Machines 176
4.3 MMF of Distributed Windings 187
4.4 Magnetic Fields in Rotating Machinery 197
4.5 Rotating MMF Waves in AC Machines 201
4.6 Generated Voltage 208
4.7 Torque in Nonsalient-Pole Machines 214
4.8 Linear Machines 227
4.9 Magnetic Saturation 230
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4.10 Leakage Fluxes 233
4.11 Summary 235
4.12 Problems 237
Chapter 5
Synchronous Machines 245
5.1 Introduction to Polyphase Synchronous
Machines 245
5.2 Synchronous-Machine Inductances;
Equivalent Circuits 248
5.3 Open- and Short-Circuit Characteristics 256
5.4 Steady-State Power-Angle
Characteristics 266
5.5 Steady-State Operating Characteristics 275
5.6 Effects of Salient Poles; Introduction to
Direct- and Quadrature-Axis Theory 281
5.7 Power-Angle Characteristics of Salient-Pole
Machines 289
5.8 Permanent-Magnet AC Motors 293
5.9 Summary 295
5.10 Problems 297
Chapter 6
Polyphase Induction
Machines 306
6.1 Introduction to Polyphase Induction
Machines 306
6.2 Currents and Fluxes in Polyphase Induction
Machines 311
6.3 Induction-Motor Equivalent Circuit 313
6.4 Analysis of the Equivalent Circuit 317
6.5 Torque and Power by Use of Thevenin's
Theorem 322
6.6 Parameter Determination from No-Load and
Blocked-Rotor Tests 330
6.7 Effects of Rotor Resistance; Wound and
Double-Squirrel-Cage Rotors 340
6.8 Summary 347
6.9 Problems 348
Chapter 1
DC Machines 357
7.1 Introduction 357
7 .2 Commutator Action 364
7.3 Effect of Armature MMF 367
7.4 Analytical Fundamentals: Electric-Circuit
Aspects 370
7.5 Analytical Fundamentals: Magnetic-Circuit
Aspects 374
7.6 Analysis of Steady-State Performance 379
7.7 Permanent-Magnet DC Machines 384
7.8 Commutation and Interpoles 390
7.9 Compensating Windings 393
7.10 Series Universal Motors 395
7 .11 Summary 396
7 .12 Problems 397
Chapter 8
Variable-Reluctance Machines and
Stepping Motors 407
8.1 Basics of VRM Analysis 408
8.2 Practical VRM Configurations 415
8.3 Current Waveforms for Torque Production 421
8.4 Nonlinear Analysis 430
8.5 Stepping Motors 437
8.6 Summary 446
8.7 Problems 448
Chapter 9
Single• and Two-Phase Motors 452
9.1 Single-Phase Induction Motors: Qualitative
Examination 452
9.2 Starting and Running Performance of SinglePhase
Induction and Synchronous Motors
455
9.3 Revolving-Field Theory of Single-Phase
Induction Motors 463
9.4 Two-Phase Induction Motors 470
9.5 Summary 488
9.6 Problems 489
Chapter 10
Introduction to Power
Electronics 493
10.1 Power Switches 494
10.2 Rectification: Conversion of AC to DC 507
10.3 Inversion: Conversion of DC to AC 538
10.4 Summary 550
10.5 Bibliography 552
10.6 Problems 552
Chapter 11
Speed and Torque Control 559
11.1 Control of DC Motors 559
11.2 Control of Synchronous Motors 578
11.3 Control of Induction Motors 595
11.4 Control of Variable-Reluctance Motors 613
11.5 Summary 616
11.6 Bibliography 618
11.7 Problems 618

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