2 edition of Induction machines for special purposes found in the catalog.
Induction machines for special purposes
E. R. Laithwaite
|Statement||by E. R. Laithwaite.|
|Series||Newnes international monographs on electrical engineering and electronics|
|LC Classifications||TK2785 .L27|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 337 p.|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||66073065|
Author of Electric Energy, Induction machines for special purposes, Propulsion without wheels, Force, All things are possible, A history of linear electric motors, Invitation to engineering, Engineer through the looking-glass. The knowledge was ripe for the invention of the induction machine which has two fathers: Galileo Ferraris () and Nicola Tesla (). Their induction machines are shown in Figure and Figure Figure Ferrari’s induction motor () Figure .
Electrical Machines is designed for the students of electrical and allied engineering programs to explain the principle, construction, and working mechanism of various AC and DC Machines. The book begins with introductory chapters on electromechanical conversion theory, which forms the underlying principle of machines. Charles Hubert's Electric Machines: Theory, Operating Applications and Controls 2. Stephen Chapman's Electric Machinery Fundamentals Hubert's book is thorough but very long winded, and Chapman's book elaborates on a bit more of the math, as well as covering some details missed by Hubert's book, including the double (or multiple) squirrel cage.
Part of the Macmillan Engineering Evaluations book series (MECS) Abstract In the early years of the 20th century, when rotating electrical machines had become established and made to perform satisfactorily, it was realised that these machines could be made in a different form which would use or produce motion in a straight line, instead of the Cited by: There are many good answers, I will try to keep up with them. If you want to have a quick read on Electrical Motors. I will suggest you to read Electric Machinery Fundamentals by Stephen Chapman. My next suggestion will be Electrical Machinery by.
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As a life time student Induction machines for special purposes book sometimes a teacher of Electrical Engineering - with a special emphesis on Electrical Machines, I have referred to this book several times. It was originally published by GORDON AND BREACH.
The two-page Appendix to Chapter 4 on "BEHREND AND TESLA" in that book IS WORTH IT WEIGHT IN GOLD. The book is worth it weight in Cited by: The currents will interact with the rotating field to produce a torque, and this is the basic principle of the induction motor.
This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Preview. Induction Machines for Special Purposes (London: Newnes, ). Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised recommendations. Cite. Chapter 1 INDUCTION MACHINES: AN INTRODUCTION ELECTRIC ENERGY AND INDUCTION MOTORS • Better and better analytical models for steady state and design purposes • The orthogonal (circuit) and space phasor models for transients typical frequency converter with a special induction motor series are shown on Figure Induction Machines for Special Purposes by E.
Laithwaite,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. principle-of-three-phase-induction-motor/ Per-phase equivalent circuit • Motor Slip • R 1 and R 2: stator and rotor winding resistances • X 1 and X 2 Induction Machines Author: Yahia Baghzouz Created Date: 4/23/ PM File Size: 1MB.
The Induction Machines Design Handbook, Second Edition satisfies this need, providing a comprehensive, self-contained, and up-to-date reference on single- and three-phase induction machines in constant and variable speed applications. Picking up where the first edition left off, this book taps into the authors’ considerable field experience.
They might be used for different purposes, but all induction machines operate on the same basic principles. There are two main types of induction machines used to transmit electrical energy and perform work: transformers, and AC induction order to understand how they work, first you need to understand the principle of induction.
InductionAuthor: Cole Ferguson. What is an Induction Motor. An induction motor (also known as an asynchronous motor) is a commonly used AC electric an induction motor, the electric current in the rotor needed to produce torque is obtained via electromagnetic induction from the rotating magnetic field of the stator winding.
The rotor of an induction motor can be a squirrel cage rotor or. Wound-rotor induction machines are relatively uncommon, being found only in a limited number of specialized applications. On the other hand, the polyphase induction motor shown in cutaway in Fig.
has a squirrel-cage rotor with a winding consisting of conducting bars embedded in slots in the rotor iron and short-circuited at each end by File Size: 2MB. Induction motors are, in general, supplied from single-phase or three-phase a.c. power grids. Figure Start-run capacitor single phase induction motor (Source ABB) Single-phase supply motors, which have two phase stator windings to provide selfstarting, are used mainly for home applications (fans, washing machines, etc.): to 3 kW.
A typical. Purpose of induction An effective induction ensures that new staff can quickly learn the University’s policies, processes and practices.
"The term ‘induction’ is generally used to describe the whole process whereby employees adjust or acclimatise to. There are machines available to operate from three phase or single phase electrical input.
In this module we will be discussing the three phase induction machine. Single phase machines are restricted to small power levels.
2 The Rotating Magnetic Field The principle of operation of the induction machine is based on the generation of a rotatingFile Size: KB. 9 Single-phase Motors and Special Machines Single-phase supply is mainly used for lighting purposes in offices, shops, schools, houses.
Besides lighting purposes, it has tremendous uses in our day-to-day life. - Selection from Electrical Machines, 2nd Edition [Book]. The design and performance of induction motors were improved during the Twentieth to Century, reaching maturity around the late s.
Further improvements date principally concern the use of modern construction material, specially for winding isolation, and deeper knowledge of certain phenomena regarding harmonics and noise reduction, more Reviews: 1. LINEAR INDUCTION MOTORS CONTROLS.
RECOMMENDED READING. FAQ. Recommended Reading. Induction Machines for Special Purposes E R Laithwaite George Newnes, London, ISBN: Handbook of Electrical Machines S A Nasar McGraw-Hill Book Company, ISBN: X.
The similarities and differences of induction machines, compared to the latest PM machines and wound-field synchronous machines, is a common theme. The material in this course is the engineering material you can't find in a book, and you can't get from software use or training.
An induction motor or asynchronous motor is an AC electric motor in which the electric current in the rotor needed to produce torque is obtained by electromagnetic induction from the magnetic field of the stator winding.
An induction motor can therefore be made without electrical connections to the rotor. An induction motor's rotor can be either wound type or squirrel-cage. This book will be focused on the modeling and control of the DFIM based wind turbines. In the first part of the book, the mathematical description of different basic dynamic models of the DFIM will be carried out.
It will be accompanied by a detailed steady-state analysis of the machine. After that, a more sophisticated model of the machine that considers grid .Induction Motors - Modelling and Control.
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