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1 Survey
2 Basics
2.1 Fundamental equations
2.1.1 First Maxwell Equation (Ampere’s Law,)
2.2 Reference-Arrow systems
2.3 Average value, rms value, efficiency
2.4 Applied complex calculation on AC currents
2.5 Methods of connection (three-phase systems)
2.6 Symmetrical components
3 Transformer
3.1 Equivalent circuit diagram
3.2 Definition of the transformation ratio (ü)
3.2.1 ü=w1/w2, design data known
3.2.2 Complete phasor diagramm
3.2.3 ü=U10/U20, measured value given
3.3 Operational behavior
3.3.2 Short-circuit
3.3.4 Parallel connection
3.4 Mechanical construction
3.4.1 Design
3.4.2 Calculation of the magnetizing inductance
3.4.3 Proportioning of R1 and R‘2
3.4.4 Calculation of the leakage inductances
3.5 Efficiency
3.6 Growth conditions
3.7 Three-phase transformer
3.7.1 Design, Vector group
3.8 Autotransformer
4 Fundamentals of rotating electrical machines
4.1 Operating limits
4.4.3 Stationary stability
5 DC Machine
5.1 Design and mode of action
5.2 Basic equations
5.3 Operational behaviour
5.3.1 Main equations, ecd, interconnections
5.3.2 Separately excitation, permanent-field, shunt machine
5.3.3 Series machine
5.3.4 Compound machine
5.3.5 Universal machine (AC-DC machine)
5.3.6 Generator mode
5.3.7 DC machine supply with variable armature voltage for speed adjustment
5.4 Permanent magnets
5.5 Commutation
5.5.1 Current path
5.5.2 Reactance voltage of commutation
5.5.3 Commutating poles
5.6 Armature reaction
5.6.1 Field distortion
5.6.2 Segment voltage
5.6.3 Compensating winding
6 Rotating field theory
6.1 General overview
6.2 Alternating field
6.3 Rotating field
6.4 Three-phase winding
6.5 Example
6.6 Winding factor
6.6.1 Distribution factor
6.6.2 Pitch factor
6.6.3 Resulting winding factor
6.7 Voltage induction caused by influence of rotating field
6.7.2 Induced voltage, slip
6.8 Torque of two rotating magneto-motive forces
6.9 Frequency condition, power balance
6.10 Reactances and resistance of three-phase windings
7 Induction machine
7.1 Design, method of operation
7.2 Basic equations, equivalent circuit diagrams
7.3 Operational behaviour
7.3.1 Power balance
7.3.2 Torque
7.3.3 Efficiency
7.3.4 Stability
7.4 Circle diagram (Heyland diagram)
7.4.1 Locus diagram
7.4.2 Parametrization
7.4.3 Power in circle diagram
7.4.4 Operating range, signalized operating points
7.4.5 Influence of machine parameters
7.5.1 Increment of slip
7.5.2 Variating the number of pole pairs
7.5.3 Variation of supply frequency
7.5.4 Additional voltage in rotor circuit
7.6 Induction generator
7.7 Squirrel-cage rotors
7.7.1 Particularities, bar current – ring current
7.7.2 Current displacement (skin effect, proximity effect)
7.8 Single-phase induction machines
7.8.1 Method of operation
7.8.2 Equivalent circuit diagram (ecd)
7.8.3 Single-phase induction machine with auxiliary phase winding
7.8.4 Split-pole machine
8 Synchronous machine
8.1 Method of operation
8.3 Equivalent circuit diagram, phasor diagram
8.5 Solitary operation
8.5.2 Regulation characteristics
8.6 Rigid network operation
8.6.1 Parallel connection to network
8.6.2 Torque
8.6.3 Operating ranges
8.6.4 Current diagram, operating limits
8.7 Synchronous machine as oscillating system, damper windings
8.7.1 without damper windings
8.7.2 with damper winding
8.8 Permanent-field synchronous machines
8.8.1 Permanent excited synchronous motor with starting cage
8.8.2 Permanent-field synchronous motor with pole position sensor
9.1 Stepping motor
9.2 Switched reluctance machine
9.3 Modular permanent-magnet motor
9.4 Transverse flux machine
9.5 Linear motors
9.5.1 Technology of linear motors
9.5.2 Industrial application opportunities
9.5.3 High speed applications
10 Appendix
10.1 Notations
10.2 Formular symbols
10.3 Units
10.4 Literature reference list
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