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Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems Hardcover – Mar 5 2002


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"This theoretical text is a concise and condensed reference...suitable for a senior or graduate level course in electric machines. It is also recommended as an excellent reference guide..." (IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine)

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An updated approach to reference frame analysis of electric machines and drive systems

Since the first edition of Analysis of Electric Machinery was published, the reference frame theory that was detailed in the book has become the universally accepted approach for the analysis of both electric machines and electric drive systems. Now in its second edition, Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems presents, in one resource, the application of this theory to the analysis, simulation, and design of the complete drive system including the machine, converter, and control.

Supplemented with more than 325 figures, this book also covers:
* Analysis of converters used in electric drive systems, as well as DC, induction, and brushless DC motor drives
* Detailed treatment of supervisory down to switch level converter controls
* Nonlinear average value modeling of converters and drive systems
* Operational impedances and reduced-order modeling
* Guidelines for computer simulation of machines and drive systems

Complete with condensed, quick-reference treatments of necessary theoretical material, Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems, Second Edition is appropriate as a senior- and graduate-level text as well as an invaluable resource for electrical, mechanical, and systems engineers in the electric machinery and drives areas.

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The Required Book Sept. 17 2007
By Rod M. Holland - Published on Amazon.com
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Krause is the standard for electric machinery and drives. If you need theory of operation for rotating electrical machinery, start with this book and then expand as you need to cover specific topics. This does not mean that Krause is easy, but he is pretty complete. He's not too bad to read, but for the pure beginner, there are easier text.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Garbage April 3 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
The book is riddled with formulas that are incorrect because of typos or characters left out. Chosen characters to represent variables used in formulas leave the reader in doubt as the characters appear without explanation of what they represent. It seems a requirement before reading this book is one having done their dissertation on motor design or has worked in the industry designing electric motors. In either case this book will only serve the purpose of a reference book at best and its apparent purpose of teaching you how to analyze electric machinery and drive systems.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good book July 8 2013
By edgar - Published on Amazon.com
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Good book, discusses the various electric machines and editing are some erros but if it is helpful. I like the book and size


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