Thursday, June 14, 2018

The INDUCTION MACHINES DESIGN HANDBOOK SECOND EDITION ION BOLDEA SYED A. NASAR

The INDUCTION MACHINES DESIGN HANDBOOK SECOND EDITION ION BOLDEA SYED A. NASAR
CONTENTS:
1. INDUCTION MACHINES: AN INTRODUCTION
2. CONSTRUCTION ASPECTS AND OPERATION PRINCIPLES
3. MAGNETIC, ELECTRIC, AND INSULATION MATERIALS FOR IM
4. INDUCTION MACHINE WINDINGS AND THEIR MMFs
5. THE MAGNETIZATION CURVE AND INDUCTANCE
6. LEAKAGE INDUCTANCES AND RESISTANCES
7. STEADY-STATE EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT AND PERFORMANCE
8. STARTING AND SPEED CONTROL METHODS
9. SKIN AND ON–LOAD SATURATION EFFECTS
10. AIRGAP FIELD SPACE HARMONICS, PARASITIC TORQUES, RADIAL FORCES, AND NOISE
11. LOSSES IN INDUCTION MACHINES 
12. THERMAL MODELING AND COOLING
13. INDUCTION MACHINE TRANSIENTS
14. MOTOR SPECIFICATIONS AND DESIGN PRINCIPLES
15. IM DESIGN BELOW 100KW AND CONSTANT V AND f (Size Your Own IM)
PREFACE:
The well-being of an environmentally conscious contemporary world is strongly dependent on its efficient production and use of electric energy. Electric energy is produced with synchronous generators, but for the flexible, distributed, power systems of the near future, the induction machine as an electric generator/motor at variable speeds is gaining more and more ground. Pump storage hydroelectric plants already use doubly-fed induction machines up to 300MW/unit with the power electronic converter on the rotor side. On the other hand, the induction motor is the workhorse of industry due to its ruggedness, low cost, and good performance when fed from the standard a.c. power grid. The developments in power electronics and digital control have triggered the widespread usage of induction motor for variable speed drives in most industries. We can safely say that in the last decade the variable speed induction motor has already becomethe racehorse of industry.

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