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Electric Machinery by Fitzgerald, Kingsley and Umans

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  1. Feb 3, 2013 #1

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    http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0073660094/information_center_view0/about_the_authors.html

    Table of Contents
    http://highered.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/dl/free/0073660094/56004/contents.pdf

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    Chapter 1
    Magnetic Circuits and Magnetic
    Materials 1
    1.1 Introduction to Magnetic Circuits
    1.2 Flux Linkage, Inductance, and Energy
    1.3 Properties of Magnetic Materials
    1.4 AC Excitation
    1.5 Permanent Magnets
    1.6 Application of Permanent Magnet Materials
    1.7 Summary
    1.8 Problems

    Chapter 2
    Transformers
    2.1 Introduction to Transformers
    2.2 No-Load Conditions
    2.3 Effect of Secondary Current; Ideal Transformer
    2.4 Transformer Reactances and Equivalent Circuits
    2.5 Engineering Aspects of Transformer Analysis
    2.6 Autotransformers; Multiwinding Transformers
    2.7 Transformers in Three-Phase Circuits
    2.8 Voltage and Current Transformers
    2.9 The Per-Unit System
    2.10 Summary
    2.11 Problems

    Chapter 3
    Electromechanical- Energy-Conversion Principles
    3.1 Forces and Torques in Magnetic Field Systems
    3.2 Energy Balance
    3.3 Energy in Singly-Excited Magnetic Field Systems
    3.4 Determination of Magnetic Force and Torque from Energy
    3.5 Determination of Magnetic Force and Torque from Coenergy
    3.6 Multiply-Excited Magnetic Field Systems
    3.7 Forces and Torques in Systems with Permanent Magnets
    3.8 Dynamic Equations
    3.9 Analytical Techniques
    3.10 Summary
    3.11 Problems

    Chapter 4
    Introduction to Rotating Machines
    4.1 Elementary Concepts
    4.2 Introduction to AC and DC Machines
    4.3 MMF of Distributed Windings
    4.4 Magnetic Fields in Rotating Machinery
    4.5 Rotating MMF Waves in AC Machines
    4.6 Generated Voltage
    4.7 Torque in Nonsalient-Pole Machines
    4.8 Linear Machines
    4.9 Magnetic Saturation
    4.10 Leakage Fluxes
    4.11 Summary
    4.12 Problems

    Chapter 5
    Synchronous Machines
    5.1 Introduction to Polyphase Synchronous Machines
    5.2 Synchronous-Machine Inductances; Equivalent Circuits
    5.3 Open- and Short-Circuit Characteristics
    5.4 Steady-State Power-Angle Characteristics
    5.5 Steady-State Operating Characteristics
    5.6 Effects of Salient Poles; Introduction to Direct- and Quadrature-Axis Theory1
    5.7 Power-Angle Characteristics of Salient-Pole Machines
    5.8 Permanent-Magnet AC Motors
    5.9 Summary
    5.10 Problems

    Chapter 6
    Polyphase Induction Machines
    6.1 Introduction to Polyphase Induction Machines
    6.2 Currents and Fluxes in Polyphase Induction Machines
    6.3 Induction-Motor Equivalent Circuit
    6.4 Analysis of the Equivalent Circuit
    6.5 Torque and Power by Use of Thevenin’s Theorem
    6.6 Parameter Determination from No-Load and Blocked-Rotor Tests
    6.7 Effects of Rotor Resistance; Wound and Double-Squirrel-Cage Rotors
    6.8 Summary
    6.9 Problems

    Chapter 7
    DC Machines
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Commutator Action
    7.3 Effect of Armature MMF
    7.4 Analytical Fundamentals: Electric-Circuit Aspects
    7.5 Analytical Fundamentals: Magnetic-Circuit Aspects
    7.6 Analysis of Steady-State Performance
    7.7 Permanent-Magnet DC Machines
    7.8 Commutation and Interpoles
    7.9 Compensating Windings
    7.10 Series Universal Motors
    7.11 Summary
    7.12 Problems

    Chapter 8
    Variable-Reluctance Machines and Stepping Motors
    8.1 Basics of VRM Analysis
    8.2 Practical VRM Configurations
    8.3 CurrentWaveforms for Torque Production
    8.4 Nonlinear Analysis
    8.5 Stepping Motors
    8.6 Summary
    8.7 Problems

    Chapter 9
    Single- and Two-Phase Motors
    9.1 Single-Phase Induction Motors: Qualitative Examination
    9.2 Starting and Running Performance of Single-Phase Induction and Synchronous Motors
    9.3 Revolving-Field Theory of Single-Phase Induction Motors
    9.4 Two-Phase Induction Motors
    9.5 Summary
    9.6 Problems

    Chapter 10
    Introduction to Power Electronics
    10.1 Power Switches
    10.2 Rectification: Conversion of AC to DC
    10.3 Inversion: Conversion of DC to AC
    10.4 Summary
    10.5 Bibliography
    10.6 Problems

    Chapter 11
    Speed and Torque Control
    11.1 Control of DC Motors
    11.2 Control of Synchronous Motors
    11.3 Control of Induction Motors
    11.4 Control of Variable-Reluctance Motors
    11.5 Summary
    11.6 Bibliography
    11.7 Problems

    Appendix A
    Three-Phase Circuits
    A.1 Generation of Three-Phase Voltages
    A.2 Three-Phase Voltages, Currents, and Power
    A.3 Y- and Δ-Connected Circuits
    A.4 Analysis of Balanced Three-Phase Circuits;Single-Line Diagrams
    A.5 Other Polyphase Systems

    Appendix B
    Voltages, Magnetic Fields, and Inductances of Distributed AC Windings
    B.1 Generated Voltages
    B.2 Armature MMF Waves
    B.3 Air-Gap Inductances of Distributed Windings

    Appendix C
    The dq0 Transformation
    C.1 Transformation to Direct- and Quadrature-Axis Variables
    C.2 Basic Synchronous-Machine Relations in dq0 Variables
    C.3 Basic Induction-Machine Relations in dq0 Variables

    Appendix D
    Engineering Aspects of Practical Electric Machine Performance and Operation
    D.1 Losses
    D.2 Rating and Heating
    D.3 Cooling Means for Electric Machines
    D.4 Excitation
    D.5 Energy Efficiency of Electric Machinery

    Appendix E
    Table of Constants and Conversion
    Factors for SI Units
    Index
    I used the third edition authored by Fitzgerald, Kingsley and Alexander Kusko, 1971. It is a good introdution. The addition of power electronics is an improvement.
     
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