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|An Introduction to Electrical Machines and Transformers, 2nd Edition - POD|
|Electrical engineering students are traditionally given but brief exposure to the important topic of electrical machines and transformers. This text/reference comprises a thorough and accessible introduction to the subject and this Second Edition contains more material on small machinery and a new chapter on the ``energy conversion'' approach to calculation of magnetically developed forces. A circuit model is developed for each of the basic devices and the physical basis of each model is explained. Chapters are relatively independent of one another and follow the same general plan--coverage is broad and deep enough to permit flexibility in course design.|
CONTENTS: What Machines and Transformers Have in Common.@p@pSynchronous Machines.@p@pTransformers.@p@pInduction, or Asynchronous, Machines.@p@pDirect-Current Machines.@p@pSingle-Phase Machines.@p@pMachines for Special Jobs.@p@pForces and Torques in Electromagnetic Systems.@p@pAppendices.@p@pGlossary of Symbols.@p@pIndex.
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|CMOS Active Inductors and Transformers|
Many new topologies and circuit design techniques have emerged recently to improve the performance of active inductors, but a comprehensive treatment of the theory, topology, characteristics, and design constraint of CMOS active inductors and transform,
|SPRINGER VERLAG||H||ISBN-10: 0387764771|
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|Delmar's Standard Guide to Transformers, 1st Ed.|
|New and practicing electricians will find Delmar's Standard Guide to Transformers to be an invaluable resource due to its expanded transformer coverage. It goes beyond the traditional theory and design content of other books by including practical applications. Electricians will also appreciate that transformer installation is presented in accordance with the National Electrical Code requirements.|
CONTENTS: Magnetism. Magnetic Induction. Inductance In Alternating-Current Circuits. Single-Phase Isolation Transformers. Autotransformers. Current Transformers. Three-Phase Circuits. Three-Phase Transformers. Single-Phase Loads For Three-Phase Transformers. Transformer Installation. Thransformer Cooling. Transformer Maintenance.
|Cengage Learning||S||ISBN-10: 0827372094|
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|Electric Power Transformer Engineering, Third Edition, 3rd Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 143985629X|
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|Electrical Theory Single Phase Transformers & Electrical Machines Interactive Institutional DVD (14-17), 1st Ed.|
|ELECTRICAL THEORY SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMERS & ELECTRICAL MACHINES INTERACTIVE DVD contains a complete set of videos that are enhanced with interactive graphics, animations, and questions that can easily be used by your students as a homework solution, study guide, or supplemental online classroom instruction to meet the needs of a mandatory hybrid requirement for your class. ELECTRICAL THEORY SINGLE PHASE TRANSFORMERS & ELECTRICAL MACHINES INTERACTIVE DVD correlates directly to Delmar's Standard Textbook of Electricity, but also complements any of Delmar's existing electrical theory products. These interactive videos allow your students to better connect with the subject matter while fulfilling instructor requirements for electronic learning material. Contents: Single-Phase Transformers. DC Machines. Single-Phase Motors, Part 1. Single-Phase Motors, Part 2.|
|CENGAGE Delmar Learning - CENGAGE||ISBN-10: 1111544409|
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|Electrical Theory Single Phase Transformers & Electrical Machines Interactive Student DVD, 1st Ed.|
|CENGAGE Delmar Learning||ISBN-10: 1439059802|
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|Electrical Theory: Single-Phase Transformers & Electrical Machines DVD Set (14-17) , 1st Ed.|
|CENGAGE Delmar Learning||ISBN-10: 1435480929|
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|Electrical Theory: Single-Phase Transformers and Electrical Machines DVD Set (14-17), 1st Ed.|
|CENGAGE Delmar Learning||ISBN-10: 1435480902|
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|Electrical Transformers and Rotating Machines, 2nd Ed.|
|Now in its Second Edition, this book is an excellent resource for electrical students and professionals who need a comprehensive explanation of theory and practical applications of electrical machines. The book includes nine experiments enabling readers to reinforce the theory discussed earlier. Students begin with a study of magnetism and magnetic induction, single-phase isolation transformers, current transformers, and autotransformers. A unit on three-phase power refreshes the student with basic three-phase connections and calculations before proceeding into three-phase transformers.|
|Delmar Cengage Learning||S||ISBN-10: 1401899420|
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|Electrical Transformers and Rotating Machines, 3rd Ed.|
|1. Magnetism. 2. Magnetic Induction. 3. Inductance in Alternating-Current Circuits. 4. Single-Phase Isolation Transformers. 5. Autotransformers. 6. Current Transformers. 7. Three-Phase Circuits. 8. Three-Phase Transformers. 9. Single-Phase Loads for Three-Phase Transformers. 10. Transformer Installation. 11. Transformer Cooling. 12. Transformer Maintenance. 13. Harmonics. 14. Direct Current Generators. 15. Direct Current Motors. 16. Alternators. 17. Three-Phase Motors. 18. Single-Phase Motors. 19. Motor Maintenance and Troubleshooting. 20. Motor Nameplate Data. 21. Motor Installation.|
|Delmar Cengage Learning||S||ISBN-10: 1111039135|
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|Electromagnetics of Time Varying Complex Media: Frequency and Polarization Transformer, Second Edition, 2nd Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1439817065|
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|Handbook of Transformer Design and Applications, 2nd Ed.|
|Magnetic and Electrical Fundamentals.; Circuit Analysis.; Circuit Performance of Power Transformers.; Circuit Performance of Audio and Wideband Transformers.; Circuit Performance of Pulse Transformers.; The Use of Ferromagnetic Materials in Transformers and Inductors.; Mechanical Considerations.; Insulation Systems.; Thermal Considerations.; Design Procedures.; Multiple-Phase Transformers.; Rectifier Transformers.; Inverter Transformers.; Static Magnetic Device Economics.; Procurement Practice.; Specifications and Quality Assurance.; Computer Applications. ,|
|McGraw-Hill Professional||H||ISBN-10: 0070212910|
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|Inductors and Transformers For Power Electronics|
|FUNDAMENTALS OF MAGNETIC THEORY Basic Laws of Magnetic Theory Magnetic Materials Magnetic Circuits References FAST DESIGN APPROACH INCLUDING EDDY CURRENT LOSSES Fast Design Approach Examples Conclusions Appendix 2.A.1: Core Size Scale Law for Ferrites in Non-Saturated Thermal Limited Design Appendix 2.A.2: Eddy Current Losses for Wide Frequency Appendix 2.A.3: MathCAD Example Files References SOFT MAGNETIC MATERIALS Magnetic Core Materials Comparison and Applications of the Core Materials in Power Electronics Losses in Soft Magnetic Materials Ferrite Core Losses with Non-Sinusoidal Voltage Waveforms Wide Frequency Model of Magnetic Sheets Including Hysteresis Effects Appendix 3.A: Power and Impedance of Magnetic Sheets References COIL WINDING AND ELECTRICAL INSULATION Filling Factor Wire Length Physical Aspects of Breakdown Insulation Requirements and Standards Thermal Requirements and Standards Magnetic Component Manufacturing Sheet References EDDY CURRENTS IN CONDUCTORS Introduction Basic Approximations Losses in Rectangular Conductors Quadrature of the Circle Method for Round Conductors Losses of a Current Carrying Round Conductor in 2-D Approach Losses of a Round Conductor in a Uniform Transverse AC Field Low Frequency 2-D Approximation Method for Round Conductors Wide Frequency Method for Calculating Eddy Current Losses in Windings Losses in Foil Windings Losses in Planar Windings Appendix 5.A.1: Eddy Current 1-D Model for Rectangular Conductors Appendix 5.A.2: Low Frequency 2-D Models for Eddy Current Losses in Round Wires Appendix 5.A.3: Field Factor For Inductors References THERMAL ASPECTS Fast Thermal Design Approach (Level 0 Thermal Design) Single Thermal Resistance Design Approach (Level 1 Thermal Design) Classic Heat Transfer Mechanisms Thermal Design Utilizing a Resistance Network Contribution to Heat Transfer Theory of Magnetic Components Transient Heat Transfer Summary Appendix 6.A: Accurate Natural Convection Modeling for Magnetic Components References PARASITIC CAPACITANCES IN MAGNETIC COMPONENTS Capacitance Between Windings: Inter Capacitance Self-Capacitance of a Winding: Intra Capacitance Capacitance Between the Windings and the Magnetic Material Practical Approaches for Decreasing the Effects of Parasitic Capacitances References INDUCTOR DESIGN Air Coils and Related Shapes Inductor Shapes Typical Ferrite Inductor Shapes Fringing in Wire-Wound Inductors with Magnetic Cores Eddy Currents in Inductor Windings Foil Wound Inductors Inductor Types Depending on Application Design Examples of Different Types of Inductors Fringing Coefficients For Gapped-Wire-Wound Inductors Analitical Modeling of Combined Litz Wire-Full Wire Inductors References TRANSFORMER DESIGN Transformer Design in Power Electronics Magnetizing Inductance Leakage Inductance Using Parallel Wires and Litz Wires Interleaved Windings Superimposing Frequency Components Superimposing Modes References OPTIMAL COPPER/CORE LOSS RATIO IN MAGNETIC COMPONENTS Simplified Approach Loss Minimization in the General Case Loss Minimization Without Eddy Current Losses Loss Minimization Including Low-Frequency Eddy Current Losses Summary Examples References MEASUREMENTS Introduction Temperature Measurements Power Losses Measurements Measurement of Inductances Core Loss Measurements Measurement of Parasitic Capacitances Combined Measuring Instruments References APPENDIX A: RMS VALUES OF WAVEFORMS Definitions RMS Values of Some Basic Waveforms RMS Values of Common Waveforms APPENDIX B: MAGNETIC CORE DATA ETD Core Data (Economic Transformer Design Core) EE Core Data Planar EE Core Data ER Core Data UU Core Data Ring Core Data (Toroid Core) P Core Data (Pot Core) PQ Core Data RM Core Data APPENDIX C: COPPER WIRES DATA Round Wire Data American Wire Gauge Data Litz Wire Data APPENDIX D: MATHEMATICAL FUNCTIONS References INDEX|
|Dekker/CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1574446797|
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|Integrated Inductors and Transformers: Characterization, Design and Modeling for RF and MM-Wave Applications, 1st Ed.|
|Auerbach Publication - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1420088440|
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|J & P Transformer Book|
For 80 years this classic reference book for professional power systems engineers has provided the most comprehensive coverage of transformers on the market, and is suitable for those engineers involved in transformer design, manufacture, testing, procurement, application, operation, maintenance, condition assessment and life extension. It is also widely used as a training source for those needing an introduction to transformer engineering. This new edition has been brought up to date with the latest research and practical developments in the subject and covers all latest IEEE, IEC, EN and BS standards.
Transformer theory, Design fundamentals, Basic materials, Transformer construction, Testing of transformers, Operation and maintenance, Special features of transformers for particular purposes, Transformer enquiries and tenders, Appendices
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|J & P Transformer Book, 13th Edition|
|Maintaining appropriate power systems and equipment expertise is necessary for a utility to support the reliability, availability, and quality of service goals demanded by energy consumers now and into the future. However, transformer talent is at a premium today, and all aspects of the power industry are suffering a diminishing of the supply of knowledgeable and experienced engineers.|
Now in print for over 80 years since initial publication in 1925 by Johnson & Phillips Ltd, the J & P Transformer Book continues to withstand the test of time as a key body of reference material for students, teachers, and all whose careers are involved in the engineering processes associated with power delivery, and particularly with transformer design, manufacture, testing, procurement, application, operation, maintenance, condition assessment and life extension.
Current experience and knowledge have been brought into this thirteenth edition with discussions on moisture equilibrium in the insulation system, vegetable based natural ester insulating fluids, industry concerns with corrosive sulphur in oil, geomagnetic induced current (GIC) impacts, transportation issues, new emphasis on measurement of load related noise, and enhanced treatment of dielectric testing (including Frequency Response Analysis), Dissolved Gas analysis (DGA) techniques and tools, vacuum LTCs, shunt and series reactors, and HVDC converter transformers. These changes in the thirteenth edition together with updates of IEC reference Standards documentation and inclusion for the first time of IEEE reference Standards, provide recognition that the transformer industry and market is truly global in scale.
-- From the foreword by Donald J. Fallon
Martin Heathcote is a consultant specializing in power transformers, primarily working for utilities. In this context he has established working relationships with transformer manufacturers on several continents. His background with Ferranti and the UK's Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) included transformer design and the management and maintenance of transformer-based systems.
CONTENTS: Preface; Transformer theory; Design Fundamentals; Basic Materials; Transformer construction; Testing of transformers; Operation and maintenance; Special features of transformers for particular purposes; Transformer enquiries and tenders; Appendices (Transformer equivalent circuit; Geometry of the transformer phasor diagram; The transformer circle diagram; Transformer regulation; Symmetrical components in unbalanced three-phase systems; A symmetrical component study of earth faults in transformers in parallel; The use of finite element analysis in the calculation of leakage flux and dielectric stress distributions; Appendix: lists of standards and reports; Index.
|Newnes - ELSEVIER||S||ISBN-10: 0750681640|
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|MAGNETIC CORE SELECTION FOR TRANSFORMERS AND INDUCTORS: User's Guide to Practice and Specifications; Second Edition|
|Magnetic-core power-handling ability; transformer output circuits; transformer and inductor design examples; magnetic-core material trade-off; conversion data for magnet wire; cased toroids; MPP and iron powder cores; ferrite cores; laminations; C cores; caseless toroids; E cores; PC board mounts/headers and transformer mounting brackets.|
|MARCEL DEKKER - TAYLOR & FRANCIS & FRANC||H||ISBN-10: 0824798414|
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|Power Transformers, Principles and Applications|
|Basic Transformer Theory Two-Winding Transformer Connections Transformer Impedance and Losses Autotransformers and Three-Winding Transformers Short Circuits, Inrush Currents, and Other Phenomena Ancillary Equipment Reading and Applying Nameplate Information Maintenance, Testing, Troubleshooting, and Reliability Index|
|MARCEL DEKKER - TAYLOR & FRANCIS & FRANC||H||ISBN-10: 0824707664|
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|Practical Transformer Handbook, for Electronics, Radio and Communications Engineers|
|This book shows how a transformer can be put to use, common problems which a user will face, and which is the most appropriate in a particular situation. Anyone working with transformers will find this a valuable user guide. Theory and mathematics are kept to a minimum, and instead the everyday working of these devices is described. Practical Transformer Handbook covers transformers in electronic technology, control techniques, instrumentation, and other more unusual applications.|
In this practical book a wide range of devices, uses and problems are explored, from parametric transformers, transmission line RF transformers and Tesla coils to the effect of geomagnetic storms on power transformers and dealing with the ever-present third harmonic in iron core transformers.
Irving Gottlieb is a leading author of many books for practising engineers, technicians and students of electronic and electrical engineering.
CONTENTS: Preface; Introduction; 1 An overview of transformers in electrical technology; 2 Specialized transformer devices; 3 Operational features of transformers; 4 Interesting applications of transformers; 5 High-voltage transformers; 6 Miscellaneous transformer topics; Appendix: useful information
|Newnes - ELSEVIER||H||ISBN-10: 075063992X|
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|Predicate Transformer Semantics|
|A central problem in the design of programming systems is to provide methods for verifying that computer code performs to specification. This book presents a rigorous foundation for defining Boolean categories, in which the relationship between specification and behaviour can be explored. Boolean categories provide a rich interface between program constructs and techniques familiar from algebra, for instance matrix- or ideal-theoretic methods. The book's distinction is that the approach relies on only a single program construct (the first-order theory of categories), the others being derived mathematically from four axioms. Development of these axioms (which are obeyed by an abundance of program paradigms) yields Boolean algebras of 'predicates', loop-free constructs, and a calculus of partial and total correctness which is shown to be the standard one of Hoare, Dijkstra, Pratt, and Kozen. The book is based in part on courses taught by the author, and will appeal to graduate students and researchers in theoretical computer science.|
|CAMBRIDGE UNIV. PRESS||ISBN-10: 0521616107|
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|Rotating Electric Machinery and Transformer Technology, 4th Ed.|
2. Electromagnetic Energy Conversion.
3. Actual Machine Construction, DC Dynamos.
4. Direct-Current Generator Characteristics.
5. Paralleling of Direct-Current Generators.
6. The Direct-Current Motor.
7. Efficiency of Direct-Current Machinery.
8. Basic Control Components.
9. Direct-Current Motor Control.
10. Direct-Current Motor and Generator Selection.
11. Alternating-Current Dynamos.
12. The Synchronous Alternator.
13. Synchronous Alternator Regulation.
14. Paralleling of Synchronous Alternators.
15. Ideal and Practical Transformers.
16. Transformer Equivalent Circuits.
17. Specific Transformer Types.
18. Transformer Connections.
19. The Polyphase Induction Motor.
20. Polyphase Induction Motor Characteristics.
21. The Synchronous Motor.
22. The Single-Phase Induction Motor.
23. Shaded-Pole, Synchronous, Universal and Other Single-Phase AC Motors.
24. Alternating-Current Motor Control and Operation.
25. Alternating-Current Motor Selection.
26. Special Uses of Synchronous and Induction Machines.
|Prentice Hall - PEARSON||ISBN-10: 0134096401|
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|Transformer and Inductor Design Handbook, Fourth Edition, 4th Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1439836876|
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|Transformer Design Principles: With Applications to Core-Form Power Transformers, Second Edition, 2nd Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1439805822|
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|Transformer Engineering: Design, Technology, and Diagnostics, Second Edition, 2nd Ed.|
|CRC Press - TAYLOR & FRANCIS||H||ISBN-10: 1439853770|
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|Transformers and Inductors for Power Electronics: Theory, Design and Applications|
Based on the fundamentals of electromagnetics, this clear and concise text explains basic and applied principles of transformer and inductor design for power electronic applications. It details both the theory and practice of inductors and transformers employed to filter currents, store electromagnetic energy, provide physical isolation between circuits, and perform stepping up and down of DC and AC voltages.
The authors present a broad range of applications from modern power conversion systems. They provide rigorous design guidelines based on a robust methodology for inductor and transformer design. They offer real design examples, informed by proven and working field examples.
Key features include:*emphasis on high frequency design, including optimisation of the winding layout and treatment of non-sinusoidal waveforms *a chapter on planar magnetic with analytical models and descriptions of the processing technologies *analysis of the role of variable inductors, and their applications for power factor correction and solar power *unique coverage on the measurements of inductance and transformer capacitance, as well as tests for core losses at high frequency *worked examples in MATLAB, end-of-chapter problems, and an accompanying website containing solutions, a full set of instructors’ presentations, and copies of all the figures.
Covering the basics of the magnetic components of power electronic converters, this book is a comprehensive reference for students and professional engineers dealing with specialised inductor and transformer design. It is especially useful for senior undergraduate and graduate students in electrical engineering and electrical energy systems, and engineers working with power supplies and energy conversion systems who want to update their knowledge on a field that has progressed considerably in recent years.
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