Induction Machines Handbook: Steady State Modeling and Performance (3rd Edition)

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book-author

Ion Boldea

publisher

CRC Press; 3rd edition

file-type

PDF

pages

443 pages

language

English

asin

B0899WN69W

isbn10

367466120

isbn13

9780367466121


Book Description

Induction Machines Handbook: Steady State Modeling and Performance; 3rd Edition; (PDF) provides a comprehensive treatment of steady-state induction machines (IM); the generally used electric motor (generator) in somewhat constant or variable speed drives; always lower energy consumption and higher productivity in fundamentally all industries; from home appliances; through robotics to wind energy conversion and e-transport.

Chapter 1 provides a detailed introduction from basic principles to topological classifications and most important applications and power ranges from tens of W to tens of MW. Then separate Chapters 2 and 4 deal in detail with particular issues; like

  • Losses
  • Thermal modeling
  • Electric windings and their MMF
  • Starting and speed control methods
  • Skin and on-load saturation effects
  • Magnetization curve and inductance
  • Leakage inductances and resistances
  • Single-phase induction machine basic
  • Magnetic; electric; and insulation materials
  • Steady-state equivalent circuit and performance
  • Field harmonics; parasitic torques; radial forces; noise
  • Single-phase induction motors: steady-state modeling and performance

Fully updated and revised to reflect the last decade’s progress in the field; this third edition adds new sections; like

  • Closed-slot IM saturation
  • Equivalent circuits for BDFIM
  • Rotor leakage reactance saturation
  • Control principles for doubly-fed IM
  • PM-assisted split-phase cage-rotor IM’s steady-state
  • The brushless doubly-fed induction machine (BDFIM)
  • Multiphase and multilayer tooth-wound coil windings
  • The origin of electromagnetic vibration by practical experience
  • Magnetic saturation effects on current and torque versus slip curves

The promise of renewable (wind and hydro) energy through cage-rotor and doubly-fed variable speed generators e-transport propulsion and i-home appliances makes this edition a state-of-the-art tool; conceived with several case studies and timely for both academia and industry.

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