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Table Of Contents

The Physics of the DC Motor
Rotational Dynamics
Gears
Feedback Control
2.1 Model of a DC Motor Servo System
2.2 Speed Estimation
2.2.1 Backward Diflerence Estimation of Speed
2.2.2 Estimation of Speed Using an Observer
2.3 Trajectory Generation
2.4 Design of a State Feedback Tracking Controller
2.5 Nested Loop Control Structure*
2.6 Identification of the DC Motor Parameters*
2.6. I Least-Squares Approxamation
2.6.2 Error Index
2.6.3 Parametric Error Indices
2.7 Filtering of Noisy Signals*
2.7.1 Filter Representations
2.7.2 Causality
2.7.3 Frequency Response
Low-Pass Filters with Linear Phase
2.7.5 Distortion
2.7.6 Low-Pass Filtering of High-Frequency Noise
2.7.7 Butterworth Falters
2.7.8 Implementation of the Filter
2.7.9 Discretization of Differential Equations
2.7.10 Digital Filtering
2.7.11 State-Space Representation
2.7.12 Noncausal Filtering
Appendix - Classical Feedback Control
Tracking and Disturbance Rejectioa
General Theory of Tracking and Disturbance Rejection
Internal Model Principle
Magnetic Fields and Materials
3.1 Introduction
The Magnetization M and Ampkre’s Law
3.3.3 Relating B to M
3.4 The Magnetic Intensity Field Vector H
3.4.1 The B-H Curve
3.4.2 Computing B and H in Magnetic Circuits
3.4.3 B is Normal to the Surface of Soft Magnetic Material
3.5 Permanent Magnets*
3.5.1 Hgsteresis Loss
3.5.2 Common Magnetic Materials
AC Machine Theory
Rotating Magnetic Fields
4.1 Distributed Windings
4.2 Approximate Sinusoidally Distributed B Field
4.2.2 Magnetic Field Distribution Due to the Stator Currents
4.3 Sinusoidally Wound Phases
4.3.1 Sinusoidally Wound Rotor Phase
4.3.2 Sinusoidally Wound Stator Phases
4.4 Sinusoidally Distributed Magnetic Fields
Sinusoidally Distributed Rotating Magnetic Field
4.5 Magnetomotive Force (mmf)
4.6 Flux Linkage
4.7 Azimuthal Magnetic Field in the Air Gap*
4.7.1 Electric Field Esa
Problems
The Physics of AC Machines
5.1 Rotating Magnetic Field
5.2 The Physics of the Induction Machine
Induced Emfs in the Rotor Loops
5.2.2 Magnetic Forces and Torques on the Rotor
5.2.3 Slap Speed
5.3 The Physics of the Synchronous Machine
5.3.2 Emfs and Energy Conversion
5.3.3 Synchronous Motor with a Salient Rotor
5.3.4 Armature and Field Windings
5.4 Microscopic Viewpoint of AC Machines*
5.4.5 Synchronous Machine
5.5 Steady-State Analysis of a Squirrel Cage Induction Motor*
5.5.1 Rotor Fluxes, Emfs, and Currents
5.5.2 Rotor Torque
5.5.3 Rotor Magnetic Field
Comparison with a Sinusoidally Wound Rotor
Mathematical Models of AC Machines
6.2 Leakage
6.3 Flux Linkages in AC Machines
Flux Linkages in the Stator Phases
6.3.2 Flux Linkages anthe Rotor Phases
6.4 Torque Production in AC Machines
6.6 Total Leakage Factor
6.7 The Squirrel Cage Rotor
6.8 Induction Machine With Multiple Pole Pairs
6.10 Mathematical Model of a PM Synchronous Machine
6.12 Torque, Energy, and Co-energy"
6.12.1 Magnetic Field Energy
Computing Torque From the Co-energy
Symmetric Balanced Three-Phase AC Machines
7.1 Mathematical Model of a Three-Phase Induction Motor
7.2 Steady-State Analysis of the Induction Motor
7.2.1 Steady-State Currents and Voltages
Steady-State Power Transfer anthe Induction Motor
7.4 Three-Phase, Sinusoidal, 60-HZ Voltages*
7.4.4 why 60 Hx?
Induct ion Mot or Control
8.1 Dynamic Equations of the Induction Motor
Mathematical Model of a PM Stepper Motor
9.4.3 High-Performance Control of a PM Stepper Motor
Appendices
Two-Phase Equivalent Parameters
Current Plots
Trapezoidal Back-Emf PM Synchronous Motors (BLDC)
10.1 Construction
10.2 Stator Magnetic Field Bs
10.3 Stator Flux Linkage Produced by Bs
10.4 Stator Flux Linkage Produced by BR
10.5 Emf in the Stator Windings Produced by BR
10.6 Torque
10.8 Operation and Control
10.9 Microscopic Viewpoint of BLDC Machines*
10.9.1 Axial Electric Field g~
10.9.2 Emf Induced in the ,%tor Phases
Trigonometric Table and Identities
Trigonometric Table
Trigonometric Identities
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Modeling and High Performance Control of Electric Machines

Modeling and High Performance Control of Electric Machines

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Modeling and High Performance Control of Electric Machines introduces you to both the modeling and control of electric machines. The direct current (DC) machine and the alternating current (AC) machines (induction, PM synchronous, and BLDC) are all covered in detail. The author emphasizes control techniques used for high-performance applications, specifically ones that require both rapid and precise control of position, speed, or torque. You'll discover how to derive mathematical models of the machines, and how the resulting models can be used to design control algorithms that achieve high performance. Graduate students studying power and control as well as practicing engineers in industry will find this a highly readable text on the operation, modeling, and control of electric machines.

An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.

An Instructor Support FTP site is also available.

Modeling and High Performance Control of Electric Machines introduces you to both the modeling and control of electric machines. The direct current (DC) machine and the alternating current (AC) machines (induction, PM synchronous, and BLDC) are all covered in detail. The author emphasizes control techniques used for high-performance applications, specifically ones that require both rapid and precise control of position, speed, or torque. You'll discover how to derive mathematical models of the machines, and how the resulting models can be used to design control algorithms that achieve high performance. Graduate students studying power and control as well as practicing engineers in industry will find this a highly readable text on the operation, modeling, and control of electric machines.

An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.

An Instructor Support FTP site is also available.

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