Design and Simulation of Electrical Machines with MATLAB


L. Ashok Kumar, PhD (Author) – Chairman of Indian Association of Energy Management Professionals and Joint Secretary of Institution of Engineers, Coimbatore, India
S. Albert Alexander, PhD (Author) – Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Kongu Engineering College, Erode, India
Y. Uma Maheswari, PhD (Author) – Technology Manager, Pramura Software Private Limited, Coimbatore, India

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments
BISAC: SCI063000; TEC008010

The technical aspect of electrical machines has gone through passionate scientific progression during the past several decades. Many inventions in strategy, apparatus, circuit, control and system have caused electrical machines to come forward as a major trend in recent years. This book describes promising technology with MATLAB/SIMULÏNK in electrical machines. It addresses the concept of electromechanical energy conversion and describes the beginning of various electrical machines, special electrical machines, electrical drives, and their applications using MATLAB/SIMULÏNK. This book also gives a condensed and extensive review of current trends and outcomes.

The ultimate goal of this book is to lay emphasis on engineering students to engage in energy conversion on up-to-date electrical applications. This book covers features of MATLAB/SIMULÏNK and its influence in various electrical machines like DC machines, induction machines, synchronous machines, special electrical machines, electrical drives, etc. The focus is to provide technical information to cover equipment based on modeling and design of circuits using MATLAB simulation.

This book is highly suggested as an introductory handbook and as a textbook for undergraduate and postgraduate engineers and as a reference book for researchers who are merely engrossed in design and investigation of electrical machines.


Table of Contents



Chapter 1. Introduction to MATLAB

Chapter 2. Introduction to Electrical Machines

Chapter 3. DC Machines Using MATLAB

Chapter 4. Induction Machines and Drives Using MATLAB

Chapter 5. Synchronous Machines and Drives Using MATLAB

Chapter 6. Special Electrical Machines Using MATLAB



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