From the Back Cover
Everything you need to use MATLAB and SIMULINK for interactive modeling.
With today's personal computers, students have the power to create simulations of electric machinery that allow them to study transient and control performance and test conceptual designs. The outcome of these simulations can reveal behaviors that may not have been readily apparent from the theory and design of the machines.
This book and its accompanying website (at www.informit.com/title/0137237855) offer a complete treatment from background theory and models to implementation and verification techniques for simulations and linear analysis of frequently studies machine systems. They include:
- Three- and single-phase transformers, modeling of core saturation.
- Three- and single-phase induction machines.
- Three- and six-phase synchronous machines, wound and permanent magnet field.
- DC machines: four-quadrant drive operation, starting, speed and torque control.
- Induction machine drives: volts/hertz control and field-oriented control Synchronous machines in power system studies: multi-machine system, shaft torsionals, excitation control.
- Synchronous machine drives: self-control and permanent magnet field.
Every chapter of Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery includes exercises and projects that can be explored using the accompanying software. A full chapter is devoted to the use of MATLAB and SIMULINK, and an appendix provides a convenient overview of key numerical methods used.
Dynamic Simulation of Electric Machinery provides professional engineers and students with a complete toolkit for modeling and analyzing power systems on their desktop computers.
About the Author
DR. CHEE-MUN ONG is a professor of Electrical Engineering at Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana.