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Unformatted text preview: ECE 430 Exam #2, Fall 2010 Name: M
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resistance of 1.5 Ohms. a) Write down Xsa(isa,isb,ir,6), ksb(isa,isb,ir,6), and N(isa,isb,i,,6) by inspection using inductance
parameters LS, L, and M. You may use sinusoidal approximations for position effects as
appropriate and you should assume the positive polarity for the ﬂux linkages and voltages is
on the “X” mark of each coil. (9 points) b) Find an expression for the torque of electrical origin in the positive 9 direction in terms of the ~ currents, 6, and the mutual inductance between stator and rotor (M). (8 points) Let if = 8 A (DC). If de/dt = 1207: rad/s, what are the voltages vsa(t) and vsb(t) when isa=isb=
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magnetically linear systems. c) Why is the integral for energy stored in the coupling ﬁeld done along a constant x (or theta)
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ﬁeld”, and EFM stands for “Energy From the Mechanical system into the coupling ﬁeld”. Consider the following to be point a: x = O, i = 0, 7» = 0. a) Find the EFE and EF M as the system is moved along constant x from point a to point b
which has i = 5 Amps. b) Find the EFE and EFM as the system is moved along constant 9» from point b to point c
which has x = 0.02 meters. 0) Find Wm at point c d) Find the EFE and EFM as the system is moved along constant x from point c to point d
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The movable mass of the electromechanical system of problem 3 has a mass of 0.5 kg. The
electrical system is producing a current of 4 Amps (DC) and the wires have a total resistance of 3
Ohms. There is an external force equal to 200 Newtons being applied in the positive x direction
and the mass is stationary under these conditions. a) What is the equilibrium value of x for the condition described above (constrained to be
positive)? b) Describe as best you can what happens if the applied voltage is suddenly changed from 12
Volts to 24 Volts (DC). c) Solve the electrical and mechanical dynamic equations of motion using Euler’s method for
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