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DEFINATION OF MATRICES
Matrix:
A rectangular array of mn quantities aij containing m rows and
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Canonical matrix:
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some definite rule. [Length of a matrix = total number of leading 1]
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Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis of
PermanentMagnet Motor Drives ,
Part I: The PermanentMagnet
Synchronous Motor Drive
power density when compared to the IM or the wound
Brushless DC Motor Drive for Tread Mill Application
JinWoo Ahn, HyunSo0 Song, DongHee Lee*
Dept. of ECE, Kyungsung University
NanKu, Busan 608736,KOREA
*OTISLG, Changwon, KOREA

A b s m d Io this paper, BLDC motor and its conhoUer are
developed for
A Mill Motor Inching Drive Using a Three Pulse Cycloconverter with
Double Integral Phase Control.
Greg Hunter and Vic Ramsden
Faculty of Engineering
[Jniversity of Technology, Sydney
New South Wales
gregh @eng.uts.edu.au
http:/www .eng.uts.edu.au/gregh
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Mathematical Problems
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NCET Class Notes
10MAT11
Chapter 1
LESSON 1 : Successive Differentiation
In this lesson, the idea of differential coefficient of a function and its successive
derivatives will be discussed. Also, the computation of nth derivatives of some standard
functi
Limit, Continuity and Differentiability
From reference Calculus 10th edition by Howard Anton.
Exercise set1.1 (110) and related example
Exercise set 1.2 (332) and related example
Exercise set 1.3 (940) and related example
Exercise set1.5(1122, 29
MATH 259
Arif Sirs Suggestion
Howard Anton:
Chapter 1:
Exercise: 1.1 to 1.8 (1.8 not done at class)
The topics were both covered by Halim sir and Arif sir.
Chapter 3:
Try to do all the theorem related math.
Exercise: 3.1, 3.2, 3.3 and 3.4 (VERY IMPORTAN