Electric Machinery Fundamentals by Stephen Chapman

By Stephen Chapman

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In the 5th variation, using MATLAB® is still included in examples and difficulties, the place appropriate. The distinctive and thought-provoking difficulties youve come to understand were retained during this edition.
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Notice that now the battery is charging. The linear machine is now servi ng as a generator, converting mechanical power FindV into electric power eindi .

Finally, knowing the cross-sectional area of the air gaps enables the fl ux density to be calculated. The reluctance of the stator is I, 'R = - /-L,. 00 12 m') = 166,000 A • turn51Wb The rel uctance of the rowr is I, CR,. 05 em 'c=50cm (a) (b) FIGURE 1-9 (a) A simplified diagram of a rotor and stator for a de motor. (b) The magnetic circuit corresponding to (a). The magnetic circuit corresponding to this machine is shown in Figure 1-9b. The total reluctance of the fl ux path is thus 'R... 0 A) Therefore, the total flux in the core is ~ 200 A • turns lNTRODu c nON TO MACHIN ERY PRINCIPLES g 21 200 A • lurns ~ "R ~ 751,000 A.

The equation for the force on a wire in the presence of a magnetic field: I F = ;(1 X B) I where (1-43) F = force on wire i = magnitude of current in wire I = length of wire, with direction of I defined to be in the direction of current flow B = magnetic flux density vector 2. The equation for the voltage induced on a wire moving in a magnetic field: I e,oct = (v X B) • I I where e inci = v = voltage induced in wire velocity of the wire B = magnetic flux density vector I = length of conductor in the magnetic field (1-45) lNTROOUCTION TO MACHlNERY PRlNClPLES ~o 37 R B X X X i (I) + -=- VB X X - _ ejlld Find v X FIGURE 1-20 Starting a linear de machine.

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