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Author Krause, Paul C.

Title Analysis of electric machinery and drive systems / Paul C. Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Scott D. Sudhoff.

Published New York : IEEE Press, [2002]
©2002

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 UniM Store Engin  621.31042 KRAU    AVAILABLE
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description xiv, 613 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series IEEE Press power engineering series.
IEEE Press power engineering series.
Notes Rev. ed. of: Analysis of electric machinery. c1995.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Chapter 1 Basic Principles for Electric Machine Analysis 1 -- 1.2 Magnetically Coupled Circuits 1 -- 1.3 Electromechanical Energy Conversion 11 -- 1.4 Machine Windings and Air-Gap MMF 35 -- 1.5 Winding Inductances and Voltage Equations 47 -- Chapter 2 Direct-Current Machines 67 -- 2.2 Elementary Direct-Current Machine 68 -- 2.3 Voltage and Torque Equations 76 -- 2.4 Basic Types of Direct-Current Machines 78 -- 2.5 Dynamic Characteristics of Permanent-Magnet and Shunt dc Motors 88 -- 2.6 Time-Domain Block Diagrams and State Equations 92 -- 2.7 Solution of Dynamic Characteristics by Laplace Transformation 98 -- Chapter 3 Reference-Frame Theory 109 -- 3.3 Equations of Transformation: Changes of Variables 111 -- 3.4 Stationary Circuit Variables Transformed to the Arbitrary Reference Frame 115 -- 3.5 Commonly Used Reference Frames 123 -- 3.6 Transformation Between Reference Frames 124 -- 3.7 Transformation of a Balanced Set 126 -- 3.8 Balanced Steady-State Phasor Relationships 127 -- 3.9 Balanced Steady-State Voltage Equations 130 -- 3.10 Variables Observed from Several Frames of Reference 133 -- Chapter 4 Symmetrical Induction Machines 141 -- 4.2 Voltage Equations in Machine Variables 142 -- 4.3 Torque Equation in Machine Variables 146 -- 4.4 Equations of Transformation for Rotor Circuits 147 -- 4.5 Voltage Equations in Arbitrary Reference-Frame Variables 149 -- 4.6 Torque Equation in Arbitrary Reference-Frame Variables 153 -- 4.7 Commonly Used Reference Frames 154 -- 4.8 Per Unit System 155 -- 4.9 Analysis of Steady-State Operation 157 -- 4.10 Free Acceleration Characteristics 165 -- 4.11 Free Acceleration Characteristics Viewed from Various Reference Frames 172 -- 4.12 Dynamic Performance During Sudden Changes in Load Torque 174 -- 4.13 Dynamic Performance During a 3-Phase Fault at the Machine Terminals 181 -- 4.14 Computer Simulation in the Arbitrary Reference Frame 184 -- Chapter 5 Synchronous Machines 191 -- 5.2 Voltage Equations in Machine Variables 192 -- 5.3 Torque Equation in Machine Variables 197 -- 5.4 Stator Voltage Equations in Arbitrary Reference-Frame Variables -- 5.5 Voltage Equations in Rotor Reference-Frame Variables: Park's Equations 200 -- 5.6 Torque Equations in Substitute Variables 206 -- 5.7 Rotor Angle and Angle Between Rotors 207 -- 5.8 Per Unit System 209 -- 5.9 Analysis of Steady-State Operation 210 -- 5.10 Dynamic Performance During a Sudden Change in Input Torque 219 -- 5.11 Dynamic Performance During a 3-Phase Fault at the Machine Terminals 225 -- 5.12 Approximate Transient Torque Versus Rotor Angle Characteristics 229 -- 5.13 Comparison of Actual and Approximate Transient Torque-Angle Characteristics During a Sudden Change in Input Torque: First Swing Transient Stability Limit 232 -- 5.14 Comparison of Actual and Approximate Transient Torque--Angle Characteristics During a 3-Phase Fault at the Terminals: Critical Clearing Time 239 -- 5.15 Equal-Area Criterion 242 -- 5.16 Computer Simulation 246 -- Chapter 6 Theory of Brushless dc Machines 261 -- 6.2 Voltage and Torque Equations in Machine Variables 261 -- 6.3 Voltage and Torque Equations in Rotor Reference-Frame Variables 264 -- 6.4 Analysis of Steady-State Operation 266 -- 6.5 Dynamic Performance 274 -- Chapter 7 Machine Equations in Operational Impedances and Time Constants 283 -- 7.2 Park's Equations in Operational Form 284 -- 7.3 Operational Impedances and G(p) for a Synchronous Machine with Four Rotor Windings 284 -- 7.4 Standard Synchronous Machine Reactances 288 -- 7.5 Standard Synchronous Machine Time Constants 290 -- 7.6 Derived Synchronous Machine Time Constants 291 -- 7.7 Parameters from Short-Circuit Characteristics 294 -- 7.8 Parameters from Frequency-Response Characteristics 301 -- Chapter 8 Linearized Machine Equations 311 -- 8.2 Machine Equations to Be Linearized 312 -- 8.3 Linearization of Machine Equations 313 -- 8.4 Small-Displacement Stability: Eigenvalues 323 -- 8.5 Eigenvalues of Typical Induction Machines 324 -- 8.6 Eigenvalues of Typical Synchronous Machines 327 -- 8.7 Transfer Function Formulation 330 -- Chapter 9 Reduced-Order Machine Equations 337 -- 9.2 Reduced-Order Equations 338 -- 9.3 Induction Machine Large-Excursion Behavior Predicted by Reduced-Order Equations 343 -- 9.4 Synchronous Machine Large-Excursion Behavior Predicted by Reduced-Order Equations 350 -- 9.5 Linearized Reduced-Order Equations 354 -- 9.6 Eigenvalues Predicted by Linearized Reduced-Order Equations 354 -- 9.7 Simulation of Reduced-Order Models 355 -- 9.8 Closing Comments and Guidelines 358 -- Chapter 10 Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical 2-Phase Induction Machines 361 -- 10.2 Analysis of Symmetrical 2-Phase Induction Machines 362 -- 10.3 Voltage and Torque Equations in Machine Variables for Unsymmetrical 2-Phase Induction Machines 371 -- 10.4 Voltage and Torque Equations in Stationary Reference-Frame Variables for Unsymmetrical 2-Phase Induction Machines 373 -- 10.5 Analysis of Steady-State Operation of Unsymmetrical 2-Phase Induction Machines 377 -- 10.6 Single-Phase Induction Machines 383 -- Chapter 11 Semicontrolled Bridge Converters 395 -- 11.2 Single-Phase Load Commutated Converter 395 -- 11.3 3-Phase Load Commutated Converter 406 -- Chapter 12 dc Machine Drives 427 -- 12.2 Solid-State Converters for dc Drive Systems 427 -- 12.3 Steady-State and Dynamic Characteristics of ac/dc Converter Drives 431 -- 12.4 One-Quadrant dc/dc Converter Drive 443 -- 12.5 Two-Quadrant dc/dc Converter Drive 460 -- 12.6 Four-Quadrant dc/dc Converter Drive 463 -- 12.7 Machine Control with Voltage-Controlled dc/dc Converter 466 -- 12.8 Machine Control with Current-Controlled dc/dc Converter 468 -- Chapter 13 Fully Controlled 3-Phase Bridge Converters 481 -- 13.2 3-Phase Bridge Converter 481 -- 13.3 180[degree] Voltage Source Operation 487 -- 13.4 Pulse-Width Modulation 494 -- 13.5 Sine-Triangle Modulation 499 -- 13.6 Third-Harmonic Injection 503 -- 13.7 Space-Vector Modulation 506 -- 13.8 Hysteresis Modulation 510 -- 13.9 Delta Modulation 512 -- 13.10 Open-Loop Voltage and Current Control 513 -- 13.11 Closed-Loop Voltage and Current Controls 516 -- Chapter 14 Induction Motor Drives 525 -- 14.2 Volts-Per-Hertz Control 525 -- 14.3 Constant Slip Current Control 532 -- 14.4 Field-Oriented Control 540 -- 14.5 Direct Rotor-Oriented Field-Oriented Control 544 -- 14.6 Robust Direct Field-Oriented Control 546 -- 14.7 Indirect Rotor Field-Oriented Control 550 -- Chapter 15 Brushless dc Motor Drives 557 -- 15.2 Voltage-Source Inverter Drives 558 -- 15.3 Equivalence of VSI Schemes to Idealized Source 560 -- 15.4 Average-Value Analysis of VSI Drives 568 -- 15.5 Steady-State Performance of VSI Drives 571 -- 15.6 Transient and Dynamic Performance of VSI Drives 574 -- 15.7 Consideration of Steady-State Harmonics 578 -- 15.8 Case Study: Voltage-Source Inverter-Based Speed Control 582 -- 15.9 Current-Regulated Inverter Drives 586 -- 15.10 Voltage Limitations of Current-Source Inverter Drives 590 -- 15.11 Current Command Synthesis 591 -- 15.12 Average-Value Modeling of Current-Regulated Inverter Drives 595 -- 15.13 Case Study: Current-Regulated Inverter-Based Speed Controller 597 -- Appendix A Trigonometric Relations, Constants and Conversion Factors, and Abbreviations 603.
Summary Complete with condensed, quick-reference treatments of necessary theoretical material, "Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems, Second Edition" is appropriate as a senior- and graduate-level text as well as an invaluable resource for electrical, mechanical, and systems engineers in the electric machinery and drives areas.
Other author Wasynczuk, Oleg.
Sudhoff, Scott D.
Krause, Paul C. Analysis of electric machinery.
Subject Electric machinery.
Electric driving.
ISBN 047114326X (alk. paper)