Electric Drive Dimensioning and Tuning

Recenze :
( 29 )
103 pages
Jazyk:
 English
This book is intended primarily for the university-level learners of an electromechanical profile, including the bachelor and master students majored in electrical engineering and mechatronics.
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Content

This book is intended primarily for the university-level learners of an electromechanical profile, including the bachelor and master students majored in electrical engineering and mechatronics. It will help also technicians and engineers of respective specialities who have completed the basics of electric drive. The proper choice of the driving equipment is discussed in the first three sections. In the last three sections, the control systems are discussed which implement motor speed, position, flux, and torque management, realise coordinated motion of multiple mechanisms, and convert information of the automatic process.

  • Designations
  • Indexes
  • Abbreviations
  • Preface
  1. Project Planning
    1. Project requirements
    2. Operating modes
    3. Motor dimensioning
    4. Design stages
  2. Load Calculations
    1. Moments of inertia
    2. Load calculation formulae
    3. Friction forces
  3. Mechanical Transmissions
    1. Travel functions
    2. Reflecting of forces and torques
    3. Elasticity forces
    4. Load gaps and backlashes
  4. Regulators and Filters
    1. Transfer functions and block diagrams of drive components
    2. Analogue regulators and filters
    3. Digital filters and regulators
    4. Static accuracy of electric drive
  5. Control Principles of Electric Drives
    1. Modal control and standard settings
    2. Sequential correction of simple objects
    3. Sequential correction of complex objects
    4. Cascading
  6. Tuning the Electric Drives
    1. Speed control
    2. Combined speed-current control
    3. Path control
    4. Electric drives with elastic load