Electric Drive Systems and Operation

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102 pages
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 English
This book is intended primarily for the secondary-level and university-level learners of an electromechanical profile.
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This book is intended primarily for the secondary-level and 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.

If you have completed the basics of electricity, electronics, mechanics, and computer science, the book will guide you in appreciation of applications built on the basis of electrical motors. In addition, you will know many electromechanical products and determine their important differences.

  1. Introduction
    1. A science of electric drive
    2. Electromechanical processes
    3. Efficiency of electric drive
  2. Common Properties of Electric Drives
    1. Power topologies of electric drives
    2. Control topologies of electric drives
  3. Characteristics of Electric Drives
    1. Dynamic characteristics
    2. Static characteristics
    3. Load characteristics
  4. Universal Model of Electrical Machine
    1. Park’s machine
    2. Coordinate transformation
    3. DC motor
  5. Synchronous Motor Drives
    1. Field-excited synchronous motor drive
    2. Synchronous servo drive
    3. Step motor drive
  6. Squirrel-Cage Induction Motor Drive
    1. Models of induction motor
    2. Performance characteristics
    3. Braking modes
  7. Special Types of Induction Motor Drives
    1. Pole-changing
    2. Wound rotor induction motor drive
    3. Double-phase operation
  8. Scalar Control of Induction Motors
    1. Voltage-frequency control
    2. Flux-frequency control
  9. Vector Control of Induction Motors
    1. Field-oriented control
    2. Direct torque control
    3. Tracking and positioning