Sunday, August 12, 2018

DESIGN OF ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES BY Juha Pyrhonen, Tapani Jokinen, Valeria Hrabovcov

DESIGN OF ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES BY Juha Pyrhonen, Tapani Jokinen, Valeria Hrabovcov

Chapter 1 Principal Laws and Methods in Electrical Machine Design
Chapter 2 Windings of Electrical Machines
Chapter 3 Design of Magnetic Circuits
Chapter 4 Flux Leakage
Chapter 5 Resistances
Chapter 6 Main Dimensions of a Rotating Machine
Chapter 7 Design Process and Properties of Rotating Electrical Machi
Chapter 8 Insulation of Electrical Machines
Chapter 9 Heat Transfer
Electrical machines are almost entirely used in producing electricity, and there are very few electricity-producing processes where rotating machines are not used. In such processes, at least auxiliary motors are usually needed. In distributed energy systems, new machine types play a considerable role: for instance, the era of permanent magnet machines has now commenced.
About half of all electricity produced globally is used in electric motors, and the share of accurately controlled motor drives applications is increasing. Electrical drives provide probably the best control properties for a wide variety of processes. The torque of an electric motor may be controlled accurately, and the efficiencies of the power electronic and electromechanical conversion processes are high. What is most important is that a controlled electric motor drive may save considerable amounts of energy. In the future, electric drives will probably play an important role also in the traction of cars and working machines. Because of the large energy flows, electric drives have a significant impact on the environment. If drives are poorly designed or used inefficiently, we burden our environment in vain. Environmental threats give electrical engineers a good reason for designing new and efficient electric drives. Finland has a strong tradition in electric motors and drives. Lappeenranta University of Technology and Helsinki University of Technology have found it necessary to maintain and expand the instruction given in electric machines. The objective of this book is to provide students in electrical engineering with an adequate basic knowledge of rotating electric machines, for an understanding of the operating principles of these machines as well as developing elementary skills in machine design. However, due to the limitations of this material, it is not possible to include all the information required in electric machine design in a single book, yet this material may serve as a manual for a machine designer in the early stages of his or her career. The bibliographies at the end of chapters are intended as sources of references and recommended background reading. The Finnish tradition of electrical machine design is emphasized in this textbook by the important co-authorship of Professor Tapani Jokinen, who has spent decades in developing the Finnish machine design profession. An important view of electrical machine design is provided by Professor Valeria Hrabovcov ´ a from Slovak Republic, ´which also has a strong industrial tradition 


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