This is a unique text that integrates the popular interactive computer software MATLAB to handle the tedious calculations arising in electric machine analysis. Readers are able to quickly calculate and plot wide range performance data through the use of developed computer software for each energy conversion. It includes a reference list at the end of each chapter. An expanded Web site will include a downloadable version of the solution manual and the MATLAB M-files.
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Through the use of the developed computer software for each energy conversion device, the reader is able to quickly calculate and plot wide range performance data. The impact of parameter sensitivity can also be easily assessed. In some cases, instantaneous voltage and current waveforms are generated to give an "oscilloscope study."
Another unique feature of the book is the coverage of the energy conversion equipment's basic design principles after learning about its performance analysis in chapters 4-7. The scope and depth of these design methodologies are sufficient to train engineering students in the mind set of design. The reference list at the end of each chapter serves as a beginning point for the reader to pursue additional design refinement.
Chapters 4-7 each contain problems formulated to drill the reader on the individual concepts of design as each is introduced. A completed design example in each chapter serves as coagulant for the principles that are taught.
An expanded Web site for the book includes a downloadable version of the solutions manual and the MATLAB M-files.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Science/Engineerin, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110072423706