#### Electric Machinery

Title: Electric Machinery

Author: A. E. Fitzgerald, Charles Kingsley Jr., Stephen Umans

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SOLUTIONS: 1 PROBLEM Chapter 1 Problem 1.1 Part (a): Rc = Rg = part (b): = part (c): = N = 1.016 10-2 part (d): L= Problem 1.2 part (a): Rc = lc lc = = 1.591 105 Ac r 0 Ac g = 1.017 106 0 Ac A/Wb = 6.775 mH I Wb NI = 1.224 10-4 Rc + Rg Wb lc lc = =0 Ac r 0 Ac g = 1.017 106 0 Ac A/Wb A/Wb Rg = part (b): = part (c): A/Wb NI = 1.059 10-4 Rc + Rg Wb = N = 8.787 10-3 part (d): L= = 5.858 mH I Wb 2...

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