Summary: “Electric Machinery and Transformers, 3/e, enhances student learning of the basic operating principles of electric machines by using numerous. Dr Guru is a Professor in the ECE Department at Kettering University. He has published over 30 papers in the areas of Rotating Machinery and Electromagnetic. This is a revision of Guru/Hiziroglu: Electric Machinery and Transformers, 2/E. The text is designed for the standard third or fourth year (junior/senior) course in.
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It begins with a review of the fundamentals of circuit theory and electromagnetics and then introduces the concept of electromechanical energy conversion. The text not only provides a systematic development of a model for each electric machine based upon established principles and basic laws, but also introduces students to applications and advanced topics. It also includes information on the construction of each electric machine. It encourages intuitive reasoning for problem-solving over the rote memorization of equations and procedures.
This third edition covers the following main topics: Direct-Current Ciruit Analysis 1. Alternating-Current Circuit Analysis 1. Magnetic Materials and Their Properties 2. Self and Mututal Inductances 2. Magnetically Coupled Coils 2. Electric Field as a Medium 3.
Magnetic Field as a Medium 3. A Coil in a Uniform Magnetic Field 3. Construction of a Transformer 4. An Ideal Transformer 4.
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A Nonideal Transformer 4. Maximum Efficiency Criterion 4. Determination of Transformer Parameters 4. The Constant-Current Transformer 4.
Induced emf Equation 5. Magnetization Charateristic of a DC Machine 5. Theory of Commutation 5. Types of DC Generators 5. Losses machiinery DC Machines 5. A Shunt Generator 5. A Series Generator 5. Operation of a DC Motor 6. Losses in a DC Motor 6. A Series Motor 6. A Shunt Motor 6. The Compound Motor 6.
Electric Machinery and Transformers
Methods of Speed Control 6. The Ward-Leonard System 6. Construction of a Synchronous Machine 7. Induced emf Equation 7. The Equivalent Circuit 7. Synchronous Generator Tests 7. The External Characteristic 7. Salient-Pole Synchronous Generator 7. Construction and Operation of bhhag Synchronous Motor 8. Equivalent Circuit of a Synchronous Motor 8. Exact Condition for Maximum Power 8.
Effect of Excitation 8. Principle of Operation 9. Development of an Equivalent Circuit 9. An Approximate Equivalent Circuit 9. Maximym Power Criterion 9. Maximum Torque Criterion 9. Maximum Efficiency Criterion 9. Some Important Conclusions 9. Equivalent Circuit Parameters 9.
Starting of Induction Motors 9.
Rotor Transvormers Transformation 9. Speed Control of Induction Motors 9. Singe-Phase Induction Motor Analysis of a Single-Phase Induction Motor Types of Single-Phase Induction Motors Testing Single-Phase Motors DC Machine Dynamics Brushless DC Motors Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford.
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