Introduction to AC machine design by T.A lipo.
By T.A lipo:
THE MATERIAL IN THIS BOOK is derived from notes for a graduate level course on the design of AC electrical machines that I taught semi-annually at the University of Wisconsin since 1980. These notes were produced prior to this text in limited distribution form for teaching purposes over these many years. Upon retirement, the evolution of this material has now come to an end.
While given short shrift in most engineering curricula, electrical machine design remains one of the most challenging disciplines within electrical engineering. Since literally all of the significant texts dealing with this subject have long been out of print, it was decided to offer this material as a means to enable those interested in this subject to acquire the necessary basic knowledge.
It is the belief of the writer that, while the finite element method is a powerful analytic technique, the basic principles of machine theory cannot be taught well if finite elements are introduced too early. In this spirit, the subject of finite elements has been included only at the end of the book. Hopefully, with a deeper understanding of the basic principles garnered from this book, the student can go forth with modern mathematical tools such as finite elements and put them to work in a more enlightened manner.
It will be evident to the reader from the outset that the author has been deeply influenced by the writings of Alger, Liwschitz-Garik, and many others. Hopefully, sufficient new material exists to warrant the writer as being an “author” and not simply the “editor” of profound insights from these titans of the past.
My special thanks to four of my students, Michael Klabunde, Xiaogang Luo, Wenbo Liu, and Wen Ouyang, who made important contributions to Chapters 5, 6, 9, and 10, respectively. Also, I wish to thank Professor Katsuji Shinohara of Kagoshima University, Japan and his colleagues for their careful reading of an earlier version of this manuscript. Finally, special thanks to Rich Schiferl for his masterful editing of the final manuscript.
“by Thomas A. Lipo (Author)”.
Table Of Content:
⏩CHAPTER 1: MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
⏩CHAPTER 2: THE MMF AND FIELD DISTRIBUTION OF AN AC WINDING
⏩CHAPTER 3: MAIN FLUX PATH CALCULATIONS USING MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
⏩CHAPTER 4: USE OF MAGNETIC CIRCUITS IN LEAKAGE REACTANCE CALCULATIONS
⏩CHAPTER 5: CALCULATION OF INDUCTION MACHINE LOSSES
⏩CHAPTER 6: PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN
⏩CHAPTER 7: THERMAL DESIGN
⏩CHAPTER 8: PERMANENT MAGNET MACHINES
⏩CHAPTER 9: ELECTROMAGNETIC DESIGN OF SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES
⏩CHAPTER 10: FINITE-ELEMENT SOLUTION OF MAGNETIC CIRCUITS
➤Author: Thomas A. Lipo
➤Puplisher: University of Wisconsin
➤Puplication Date: December 1, 2013
➤Size: 14 MB
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