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Electromechanical Machinery Theory and Performance

Professor Thomas Howard Ortmeyer

Description

Electromechanical Machinery Theory and Performance presents a detailed explanation of electromagnetic machines, giving specific focus on transformers and AC rotating machines that can be used in the preservation and transference of energy and power. This book is developed for students at both graduate and undergraduate level, and can be used by practicing engineers as well. The book explores different machines, transformers and converters that have become an essential part in the efficient use of both energy and power. It includes examples and numerical exercises that will enable students and engineers to efficiently practice and use certain calculations. Aimed as a one-semester course, this book gives a detailed analysis of modern machines and their application.

About Editors

Thomas Ortmeyer began his career at Commonwealth Edison Company in the Operations Analysis Department. He then returned to Iowa State University to pursue graduate studies. Upon completion of his PhD, he joined the electrical and computer engineering department faculty at Clarkson University, where he is currently a Research Professor. At Clarkson, he has taught many courses in power engineering. He is currently involved in research in the areas of power distribution, distributed generation interconnection, microgrids and power system protection. He is a Life Fellow of IEEE.

Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Energy and Power

Chapter 2. Magnetic Circuits

Chapter 3. Single Phase Transformers

Chapter 4. Three Phase Transformer Banks

Chapter 5. Rotating AC Machine Basics

Chapter 6. Synchronous Machine Performance

Chapter 7. Induction Machines

Chapter 8. Power Electronic Converters and Speed Control of AC Machines

Bibliographic

Hardback ISBN: 9780750316606

Ebook ISBN: 9780750316620

DOI: 10.1088/978-0-7503-1662-0

Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing

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