Modeling And High Performance Control Of Electric Machines

Author: John Chiasson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471722342
Size: 17.36 MB
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Modeling and High Performance Control of Electric Machines introduces you to both the modeling and control of electric machines. The direct current (DC) machine and the alternating current (AC) machines (induction, PM synchronous, and BLDC) are all covered in detail. The author emphasizes control techniques used for high-performance applications, specifically ones that require both rapid and precise control of position, speed, or torque. You'll discover how to derive mathematical models of the machines, and how the resulting models can be used to design control algorithms that achieve high performance. Graduate students studying power and control as well as practicing engineers in industry will find this a highly readable text on the operation, modeling, and control of electric machines. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department. An Instructor Support FTP site is also available.

Electrical Control For Machines

Author: Kenneth B. Rexford
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 0766861988
Size: 12.46 MB
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This book is ideal for industrial machine designers, plant maintenance personnel, or non-technical personnel such as marketers and managers in explaining state-of-the-art processes and machine control devices, circuits and systems for all types of industries. This valuables resource is designed to accommodate all levels of learners who wish to understand how industrial machines and processes are controlled for maximum efficiency, safety and quality. This one-of-a-kind book includes thorough explanations of how electrical and electronic components function in typical motion, pressure, temperature, sequential, safety and quality control systems for understanding the design and installation of electrical control systems. It also offers an introduction to the operation, configuration and programming of programmable logic controllers. Each chapter covers system design and troubleshooting techniques as they are applied to real world applications.

Control Of Machines

Author: S. K. Bhattacharya
Publisher: New Age International
ISBN: 812241818X
Size: 20.99 MB
Format: PDF
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Control Of Machines Is One Of The Most Important Functional Areas For Electrical And Mechanical Engineers Working In Industry. In This Era Of Automation And Control, Every Engineer Has To Acquaint Himself On The Design Installation, And Maintenance Of Control Systems. This Subject Must Find Its Place As A Compulsory Applied Engineering Subject In Degree And Diploma Curriculum.Some Progressive States And Autonomous Institutions Have Already Introduced This Subject In Their Curriculum. In This Book, Static Control And Programmable Controllers Have Been Included Keeping In View The Latest Developments In Modern Industry. Relay And Static Control Have Been Dealt With In Details. Most Of The Control Circuits Included In This Book Have Been Taken From Indian Industry. A Chapter Has Been Devoted To Protection Of Motors And Troubleshooting In Control Circuits.The Chapter On Plc Has Been Made Very Elaborate To Deal With All Aspects Of Logic Controllers. Review Questions Have Been Included At The End Of Each Chapter. The Explanations Of Circuits And Design Procedure Of Control Circuits Have Been Made Very Simple To Help Students Understand Easily. Students, Teachers And Shop Floor And Design Office Engineers Will Find This Book A Very Useful Companion.

Electric Machines And Drives

Author: Shaahin Filizadeh
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781439858073
Size: 14.66 MB
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Electric machines have a ubiquitous presence in our modern daily lives, from the generators that supply electricity to motors of all sizes that power countless applications. Providing a balanced treatment of the subject, Electric Machines and Drives: Principles, Control, Modeling, and Simulation takes a ground-up approach that emphasizes fundamental principles. The author carefully deploys physical insight, mathematical rigor, and computer simulation to clearly and effectively present electric machines and drive systems. Detailing the fundamental principles that govern electric machines and drives systems, this book: Describes the laws of induction and interaction and demonstrates their fundamental roles with numerous examples Explores dc machines and their principles of operation Discusses a simple dynamic model used to develop speed and torque control strategies Presents modeling, steady state based drives, and high-performance drives for induction machines, highlighting the underlying physics of the machine Includes coverage of modeling and high performance control of permanent magnet synchronous machines Highlights the elements of power electronics used in electric drive systems Examines simulation-based optimal design and numerical simulation of dynamical systems Suitable for a one semester class at the senior undergraduate or a graduate level, the text supplies simulation cases that can be used as a base and can be supplemented through simulation assignments and small projects. It includes end-of-chapter problems designed to pick up on the points presented in chapters and develop them further or introduce additional aspects. The book provides an understanding of the fundamental laws of physics upon which electric machines operate, allowing students to master the mathematical skills that their modeling and analysis requires.