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Fundamentals
1.1 Introduction
1.2 The Sinusoidal Assumption
1.2.1 Winding Interaction with Spatial Flux Density Dis- tribution
1.2.2 Winding Interaction with Temporal Flux Density Variation
1.4 Other Important Assumptions
1.4.1 Properties of Three Phase Sinusoidal Windings
1.5 Torque Expressions
1.5.1 Torque of a Simple Reluctance Machine
1.5.2 Linear Torque Model
1.5.3 The Ellipse Diagram for co-energy
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Model for the Doubly Fed Machine
2.2.1 Zero saliency case
2.2.2 One degree of saliency case
2.2.3 Torque expression
2.3 Commutator Machines
2.4 The Primitive Machine Concept
2.4.1 Use of the Primitive Machine - the DC Machine
2.5 Summary
3.1 Introduction
3.2 dq Models
3.2.1 Stationary Frame Transformations
3.2.2 Rotating Frame Transformations
3.2.3 Example: SYNCREL Linear dq Model
3.3 Space Vector Model
3.3.1 Current Space Vectors
3.3.2 Flux Linkage Space Vector
3.3.3 Voltage Space Vector
3.3.4 Example: SYNCREL Space Vector Model
3.3.5 Space Vector Power Expression
3.3.6 Example: Space Vector Expression for SYNCREL Torque
3.3.7 Relationship Between Space Vectors and dq Models
3.4 Steady State Model
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Vector Models for Induction Machines
4.2.1 Flux Linkage Expression
4.2.2 Magnetising Current
4.2.3 Power and Torque Expressions
4.2.4 The Space Vector Model of the Induction Machine
4.3 A Heuristic Explanation of Vector Control
4.4 Special Reference Frames
4.4.1 The Magnetising Flux Linkage Reference Frame
4.4.2 The Rotor Flux Linkage Reference Frame
4.4.3 Stator Flux Linkage Reference Frame
4.5 Derivation of Rotor Flux Oriented Vector
4.6 Structure of a Rotor Oriented Vector Drive
4.6.1 Indirect Rotor flux Oriented Controller
4.6.2 Direct Rotor Flux Oriented Controller
4.7 Magnetising Flux Orientation
Calculation of Inductances
A.1 Calculation of Inductances
A.1.1 Self Inductances
A.1.2 Mutual Inductances
A.1.3 Summary
Winding Functions
B.1 Introduction
B.2 Ideal Sinusoidal Winding
B.2.1 Conventional inductance calculation
B.2.2 Alternative inductance calculation
B.3 Non-sinusoidal winding
B.3.1 Inductance Using Basic Principles
B.3.2 Inductance Using Winding Functions
B.4 Flux Linkage Expression
B.6 Conclusion
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