Titel: Electromechanical Systems and Devices
Autor/en: Sergey Edward (Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, USA) Lyshevski
650 equations; 10 Tables, black and white; 225 Illustrations, black and white.
Taylor & Francis Inc
26. März 2008 - gebunden - 584 Seiten
Recent trends in engineering have increased emphasis on integrated analysis, design, and control. With a focus on high-performance systems, Electromechanical Systems and Devices integrates comprehensive studies and designs of electromechanical systems and motion devices as well as demonstrates the application of theoretical results in the analysis and design of electromechanical systems. The book covers both new and traditional topics, such as electromechanical motion devices, power electronics and sensors, and advanced software and hardware of engineering importance. It also includes practical worked out examples, homework problems, and exercises with MATLAB demonstrations.
Introduction to Electromechanical Systems Analysis of Electromechanical Systems and Devices Introduction to Analysis and Modeling Energy Conversion and Force Production in Electromechanical Motion Devices Introduction to Electromagnetics Fundamentals of Electromagnetics Classical Mechanics and Its Application Newtonian Mechanics Lagrange Equations of Motion Hamilton Equations of Motion Application of Electromagnetics and Classical Mechanics to Electromechanical Systems Simulation of Systems in the MATLAB Environment Introduction to Power Electronics Operational Amplifiers Power Amplifiers and Power Converters Power Amplifier and Analog Controllers Switching Converter: Buck Converter Boost Converter Buck-Boost Converters Cuk Converters Flyback and Forward Converters Resonant and Switching Converters Direct-Current Electric Machines and Motion Devices Permanent-Magnet Direct-Current Electric Machines Radial Topology Permanent-Magnet Direct-Current Electric Machines Simulation and Experimental Studies of Permanent-Magnet Direct-Current Machines Permanent-Magnet Direct-Current Generator Driven by a Permanent-Magnet Direct-Current Motor Electromechanical Systems with Power Electronics Axial Topology Permanent-Magnet Direct-Current Electric Machines Fundamentals of Axial Topology Permanent-Magnet Machines Axial Topology Hard Drive Actuator Electromechanical Motion Devices: Synthesis and Classification Induction Machines Fundamentals, Analysis, and Control of Induction Motors Introduction Two-Phase Induction Motors in Machine Variables Lagrange Equations of Motion for Induction Machines Torque-Speed Characteristics and Control of Induction Motors Advanced Topics in Analysis of Induction Machines Three-Phase Induction Motors in the Machine Variables Dynamics and Analysis of Induction Motors Using the Quadrature and Direct Variables Arbitrary, Stationary, Rotor, and Synchronous Reference Frames Induction Motors in the Arbitrary Reference Frame Induction Motors in the Synchronous Reference Frame Simulation and Analysis of Induction Motors in the MATLAB Environment Power Converters Synchronous Machines Introduction to Synchronous Machines Radial Topology Synchronous Reluctance Motors Single-Phase Synchronous Reluctance Motors Three-Phase Synchronous Reluctance Motors Radial Topology Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines Two-Phase Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Motors and Stepper Motors Radial Topology Three-Phase Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines Mathematical Models of Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines in the Arbitrary, Rotor, and Synchronous Reference Frames Advanced Topics in Analysis of Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines Axial Topology Permanent-Magnet Synchronous Machines Conventional Three-Phase Synchronous Machines Introduction to Control of Electromechanical Systems and Proportional-Integral-Derivative Control Laws Electromechanical Systems Dynamics Equations of Motion: Electromechanical Systems Dynamics in the State-Space Form and Transfer Functions Analog Control of Electromechanical Systems Analog Proportional-Integral-Derivative Control Laws Control of an Electromechanical System with a Permanent-Magnet DC Motor Using Proportional- Integral-Derivative Control Law Digital Control of Electromechanical Systems Proportional-Integral-Derivative Digital Control Laws and Transfer Functions Digital Electromechanical Servosystem with a Permanent-Magnet DC Motor Advanced Control of Electromechanical Systems Hamilton-Jacobi Theory and Optimal Control of Electromechanical Systems Stabilization Problem for Linear Electromechanical Systems Tracking Control of Linear Electromechanical Systems State Transformation Method and Tracking Control Time-Optimal Control of Electromechanical Systems Sliding Mode Control Constrained Control of Nonlinear Electromechanical Systems Optimization of Systems Using Nonquadratic Performance Functionals Lyapunov Stability Theory in Analysis and Control of Electromechanical Systems Control of Linear Discrete-Time Electromechanical Systems Using the Hamilton-Jacobi Theory Linear Discrete-Time Systems Constrained Optimization of Discrete-Time Electromechanical Systems Tracking Control of Discrete-Time Systems Index
"The book begins with a good, well-written review of some of the basic equations used for electromechanical designs ... There is very good technical depth to each of the sections in this book, giving the reader the ability to design real systems using the equations and examples from this book ... aimed at electrical engineering students because it contains homework problems at the end of each chapter and is very instructive for power and electromechanical engineers." - John J. Shea, in IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, March-April 2009, Vol. 25, No. 2