Electromechanical Dynamics (Part 1).0017

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Contents 4 Rotating Machines 103 4.0 Introduction 103 4.1 Smooth-Air-Gap Machines 104 4.1.1 Differential Equations 106 4.1.2 Conditions for Conversion of Average Power 110 4.1.3 Two-Phase Machine 111 4.1.4 Air-Gap Magnetic Fields 114 4.1.5 Discussion 117 4.1.6 Classification of Machine Types 119 4.1.7 Polyphase Machines 142 4.1.8 Number of Poles in a Machine 146 4.2 Salient-Pole Machines 150 4.2.1 Differential Equations 151 4.2.2 Conditions for Conversion of Average Power 154 4.2.3 Discussion of Saliency in Different Machine Types 156 4.2.4 Polyphase, Salient-Pole, Synchronous Machines 157 4.3 Discussion 165 5 Lumped-Parameter Electromechanical Dynamics 179 5.0 Introduction 179 5.1 Linear Systems 180 5.1.1 Linear Differential Equations 180 5.1.2 Equilibrium, Linearization, and Stability
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Unformatted text preview: 182 5.1.3 Physical Approximations 206 5.2 Nonlinear Systems 213 5.2.1 Conservative Systems 213 5.2.2 Loss-Dominated Systems 227 5.3 Discussion 233 6 Fields and Moving Media 251 6.0 Introduction 251 6.1 Field Transformations 255 6.1.1 Transformations for Magnetic Field Systems 260 6.1.2 Transformations for Electric Field Systems 264 6.2 Boundary Conditions 267 6.2.1 Boundary Conditions for Magnetic Field Systems 270 6.2.2 Boundary Conditions for Electric Field Systems 277 6.3 Constituent Relations for Materials in Motion 283 6.3.1 Constituent Relations for Magnetic Field Systems 284 6.3.2 Constituent Relations for Electric Field Systems 289 6.4 DC Rotating Machines 291 A-PDF Split DEMO : Purchase from www.A-PDF.com to remove the watermark...
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