Über den Autor
André Veltman is a Senior Lecturer at Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, the Netherlands and runs his own consulting company, Piak electronic design b.v.
Duco W.J. Pulle is a consultant with Zener Electric, Australia and a former Associate Professor of Lund University, Sweden.
Rik W. De Doncker is Professor and director of the Institute for Power Electronics and Electrical Drives (ISEA) at RWTH-Aachen University, Germany.
Dedication. Foreword. Preface. Acknowledgments. Symbol conventions.
1. INTRODUCTION. 1.1 Why use electro-mechanical energy conversion? 1.2 Key components of an Electrical drive system. 1.3 What characterizes high performance drives? 1.4 Notational conventions. 1.5 Use of building blocks to represent equations. 1.6 Magnetic principles. 1.7 Machine sizing principles. 1.8 Tutorials for Chapter 1.
2. SIMPLE ELECTRO-MAGNETIC CIRCUITS. 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Linear inductance. 2.3 Coil resistance. 2.4 Magnetic saturation. 2.5 Use of phasors for analyzing linear circuits. 2.6 Tutorials for Chapter 2.
3. THE TRANSFORMER. 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Ideal transformer (ITF) concept. 3.3 Basic transformer. 3.4 Transformer with magnetizing inductance. 3.5 Steady-state analysis. 3.6 Three inductance model. 3.7 Two inductance models. 3.8 Mutual and self inductance based model. 3.9 Two inductance model with coil resistance. 3.10 Tutorials for Chapter 3.
4. THREE-PHASE CIRCUITS. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Star/Whye connected circuit. 4.3 Delta connected circuit. 4.4 Space vectors. 4.5 Amplitude and power invariant space vectors. 4.6 Application of space vectors for three-phase circuit analysis. 4.7 Relationship between space vectors and phasors. 4.8 Tutorials for Chapter 4.
5. CONCEPT OF REAL AND REACTIVE POWER. 5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Power in single phase systems. 5.3 Power in three phase systems. 5.4 Phasor representation of real and reactive power. 5.5 Tutorials for Chapter 5.
6. SPACE VECTOR BASED TRANSFORMER MODELS. 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Development of a space vector based ITF model. 6.3 Two-phase ITF based generalized transformer model. 6.4 Tutorials for Chapter 6.
7. INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRICAL MACHINES. 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Ideal Rotating Transformer (IRTF) concept. 7.3 Conditions required to realize constant torque. 7.4 General machine model. 7.5 Tutorials for Chapter 7.
8. VOLTAGESOURCECONNECTEDSYNCHRONOUS MACHINES. 8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Machine configuration. 8.3 Operating principles. 8.4 Symbolic model. 8.5 Generalized symbolic model. 8.6 Steady-state characteristics. 8.7 Tutorials for Chapter 8.
9. VOLTAGESOURCECONNECTEDASYNCHRONOUS MACHINES. 9.1 Introduction. 9.2 Machine configuration. 9.3 Operating principles. 9.4 Symbolic model, simplified version. 9.5 Generalized symbolic model. 9.6 Steady-state analysis. 9.7 Tutorials for Chapter 9.
10. DIRECT CURRENT MACHINES. 10.1 Introduction. 10.2 Machine configuration. 10.3 Operating principles. 10.4 Symbolic model, simplified form. 10.5 General symbolic DC machine model. 10.6 Steady-state characteristics. 10.7 Tutorials for Chapter 10.
11. ANALYSIS OF A SIMPLE DRIVE SYSTEM. 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Basic single phase uni-polar 'drive' circuit. 11.3 Basic single phase bipolar 'drive' circuit. 11.4 Control algorithm. 11.5 Tutorials for Chapter 11.
Appendices. A Concept of sinusoidal distributed windings. B Generic module library.
The purpose of this book is to familiarize the reader with all aspects of electrical drives. It contains a comprehensive user-friendly introductory text.