# Electrical Machines Mathematical Fundamentals Of Machine Topologies

## content

• the basics
• Maxwell’s Equations
• Maxwell’s equations in differential form
• Maxwell’s equations in integral form
• Ampere’s Law (Maxwell’s first equation in integral form)
• Faraday’s law, the law of induction (the second Maxwell’s equation Chapter
• Chapter: The Law of Direction Chapter
• Maxwell’s fourth equation in integral form
• Examples of Ampere’s law (Maxwell’s first equation in
• integral form
• Examples of Faraday’s Law (Maxwell’s Second Equation in Integral Form)
• determination of positive directions
• energy, strength, power
• Complex indicators
• star and delta connections
• Symmetric components
• Mutual induction
• iron loss
• DC machine
• Construction principle
• Voltage and torque generation, switching
• pole pairs, winding design
• Basic equations of direct current machine
• First fundamental equation: induced voltage
• Second fundamental equation: torque
• Third fundamental equation: Terminal voltage
• permanent magnet DC excitation machine
• DC machines with shunt winding
• series DC motor complex DC machines
• Variable terminal voltage output
• anchor response
• switch pole
• Electric motors Mathematical basis
• Rotating Field Theory
• Rotating Field Machine Stator
• Variable Rotational Magnetomotive Force
• winding ratio
• Current Charge and Flux Density
• basic knowledge
• The current load is evenly distributed in the area
• current load concentrated in the center of each slot
• The current load is distributed to each slot opening
• Location of airspace
• Induced voltage and slippage
• torque and power
• references for chapters
• induction machines
• structure and equivalent circuit diagram
• resistors and inductors
• Phase resistance
• Main Choke
• leakage inductance
• Harmonic Leakage
• slot leak
• Exhaust at the end of the furnace
• functional characteristics
• Oh Land diagram (stator current location diagram)
• torque and power
• Moment as a function of slip
• The mathematical basis of electric machines
• series resistance in the rotor circuit
• open-loop speed control options
• Change Slide (Increase).
• change power frequency
• Change the number of pole pairs
• star delta switch
• induction machine
• synchronous machines
• equivalent circuit and vector diagram
• species
• high-speed generator with cylindrical rotor
• salient column generator
• Operation on a fixed network
• conversion to the electric network
• torque generation
• areas of activity
• operational limitations
• Quarantine operation
• control function
• salient pole synchronous motor
• Permanent magnet-excited rotating field machines
• Electric machines Basics of mathematics
• rotor construction
• starter motor
• Surface mount electronically commutated induction motor
• magnet
• basic knowledge of Brushless DC Motor Synchronously Excited Permanent Magnets
• EC
• car
• Calculation of operating characteristics; permanent magnet excitation
• machine with a hidden magnet
• main features
• Small machines for single-phase operation
• Basics
• universal engine
• single-phase induction machines
• Single-phase operation of a three-phase induction machine
• Split-phase single-phase asynchronous motor
• shielded pole (polarized) motor
• Fundamentals of dynamic work
• Fundamental laws of dynamics, equations of motion
• translation request
• Electric machines Basics of mathematics
• Translational/rotational movement
• rotational motion
• stability
• Moment of Inertia Issue
• Hollow Cylinder Inertia
• single pass
• guesses
• Spin/rotate (like a gear train)
• Rotation/Motion (e.g. lifting applications) Chapter
• Strength and Energy
• slow shift
• basic knowledge
• first example Chapter
• The Second Example

### Description

Download the free PDF eBook on Mathematical Fundamentals of Electric Machine Topology by Dieter Gerling, available under Books on Electric Machines