Analysis of Synchronous Machines

Analysis of Synchronous Machines 

T.A. Lipo

Preference :

All conventional machines rely upon magnetic fields for the purpose of energy conversion. Windings are arranged on the periphery of a stationary member (stator) and a rotating member (rotor) so as to set up a field distribution of magnetic flux density in the space which separates them (air gap). By appropriate excitation of the windings, this field can be made to rotate relative to the stationary member (synchronous machine), relative to the rotating member (DC machine) or relative to both members (induction machine). The interaction of the flux components produced by the stator and rotor members results in the production of torque. Subsequent rotation of the rotor results in electromechanical energy conversion.

Content :
  • Winding Distribution in an Ideal Machine
  • Reference Frame Theory
  • The d–q Equations of a Synchronous Machine
  • Steady-State Behavior of Synchronous Machines
  • Transient Analysis of Synchronous Machines
  • Power System Transient Stability
  • Excitation Systems and Dynamic Stability
  • Naturally Commutated Synchronous Motor Drives
  • Extension of d–q Theory to Unbalanced Operation
  • Linearization of the Synchronous Machine Equations

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