Lecture Set 0 - Lecture Set 0 ECE321/ECE595 S.D Sudhoff Electromechanical Motion Devices Spring 2012 Courses Meeting Together Courses ECE321

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Lecture Set 0 ECE321/ECE595 Electromechanical Motion Devices S.D. Sudhoff Spring 2012
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Courses Meeting Together Courses Ø ECE321 Live (57) {321L} Ø ECE321 Video (9) {321V} Ø ECE595 On Campus (3) {595C} Ø ECE595 Off Campus – Pro Ed (11) {595P} Differences Ø 321V and 595C will take exams elsewhere Ø 595P will take exams at designated sites Ø 595C/595P will have modified homework and exams 2
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What This Course is About Fundamental concepts related to the analysis of electromechanical devices Fundamental and quantitative understanding of the operating principals of electromechanical devices Some design considerations Concentration on the physics, the operating principals, and the modeling 3
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What This Course is Not About Not about how to pick electromechanical devices from a catalog Not about a technology survey Not about how to use an equation 4
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5 Background BSEE, Purdue, 1988 MSEE, Purdue, 1989 PhD, Purdue, 1991 P.C. Krause and Associates, 1991-1993 University of Missouri – Rolla, 1993-1997 Purdue, 1997 -
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6 Background Interests (Technical) Ø Electromechanical Devices Ø Power Magnetics Ø Applied Automatic Control Ø Evolutionary Computing / Optimization Techniques Ø Automated Design Interests (Non-Technical) Ø Distance Running (Marathon PR 3:13:41) Ø Amateur Astronomy (WVAS) Ø Stone Carving
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7 Course Objectives 1. Ability to Analyze/Design Electromagnetic Devices 2. Understand Principles of Electromagnetic Energy Conversion 3. Understand Time-Varying Transformations 4. Analysis/Understanding of DC, Brushless DC, Induction Machines 5. Analysis of Power Converters for DC Machines
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8 Topics Magnetically Coupled Circuits (7) Energy Conversion (6) VR Stepper Motors (3) DC Machines (4) DC/DC Power Converters (3) Rotating MMF (5) Reference Frame Theory (2) Brushless DC Machines (5) Transformers (1) Induction Machines (6) Exams (3)
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9 Course Text P.C. Krause and O. Wasynczuk, “Electromechanical Motion
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Lecture Set 0 - Lecture Set 0 ECE321/ECE595 S.D Sudhoff Electromechanical Motion Devices Spring 2012 Courses Meeting Together Courses ECE321

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