WileyIEEE Press

INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRIC POWER AND DRIVE SYSTEMS
Paul C. (Purdue University Krause
 WileyIEEE Press
 8 Février 2017
 9781119214274
An introduction to the analysis of electric machines, power electronic circuits, electric drive performance, and power systems This book provides students with the basic physical concepts and analysis tools needed for subsequent coursework in electric power and drive systems with a focus on Tesla's rotating magnetic field. Organized in a flexible format, it allows instructors to select material as needed to fit their school's power program. The first chapter covers the fundamental concepts and analytical methods that are common to power and electric drive systems. The subsequent chapters offer introductory analyses specific to electric machines, power electronic circuits, drive system performance and simulation, and power systems. In addition, this book: Provides students with an analytical base on which to build in advanced followon courses Examines fundamental power conversions (dcdc, acdc and dcac), harmonics, and distortion Describes the dynamic computer simulation of a brushless dc drive to illustrate its performance with both a sinusoidal inverter voltage approximation and more realistic stator sixstep drive applied voltages Includes inchapter short problems, numerous worked examples, and endofchapter problems to help readers review and more fully understand each topic

Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems
Paul C. Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Scott D. Sudhoff, Steven Pekarek
 WileyIEEE Press
 22 Mai 2013
 9781118524329
Introducing a new edition of the popular reference on machine analysis Now in a fully revised and expanded edition, this widely used reference on machine analysis boasts many changes designed to address the varied needs of engineers in the electric machinery, electric drives, and electric power industries. The authors draw on their own extensive research efforts, bringing all topics up to date and outlining a variety of new approaches they have developed over the past decade. Focusing on reference frame theory that has been at the core of this work since the first edition, this volume goes a step further, introducing new material relevant to machine design along with numerous techniques for making the derivation of equations more direct and easy to use. Coverage includes: Completely new chapters on winding functions and machine design that add a significant dimension not found in any other text A new formulation of machine equations for improving analysis and modeling of machines coupled to power electronic circuits Simplified techniques throughout, from the derivation of torque equations and synchronous machine analysis to the analysis of unbalanced operation A unique generalized approach to machine parameters identification A firstrate resource for engineers wishing to master cuttingedge techniques for machine analysis, Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems is also a highly useful guide for students in the field.

Discover the history, underpinnings, and applications of one of the most important theories in electrical engineering In Reference Frame Theory, author Paul Krause delivers a comprehensive and thorough examination of his sixty years of work in reference frame theory. From the arbitrary reference frame, to the coining of the title "reference frame theory," to the recent establishment of the basis of the theory, the author leaves no stone unturned in his examination of the foundations and niceties of this area. The book begins with an integration of Tesla's rotating magnetic field with reference frame theory before moving on to describe the link between reference frame theory and symmetrical induction machines and synchronous machines. Additional chapters explore the field orientation of brushless DC drives and induction machine drives. The author concludes with a description of many of the applications that make use of reference frame theory. The comprehensive and authoritative Reference Frame Theory also covers topics like: A brief introduction to the history of reference frame theory Discussions of Tesla's rotating magnetic field and its basis of reference frame theory Examinations of symmetrical induction and synchronous machines, including fluxlinkage equations and equivalent circuits Applications of reference frame theory to neglecting stator transients, multiple reference frames, and symmetrical components Perfect for power engineers, professors, and graduate students in the area of electrical engineering, Reference Frame Theory also belongs on the bookshelves of automotive engineers and manufacturing engineers who frequently work with electric drives and power systems. This book serves as a powerful reference for anyone seeking assistance with the fundamentals or intricacies of reference frame theory.

Essential Math Skills for Engineers
Clayton R. Paul
 WileyIEEE Press
 20 Septembre 2011
 9781118211106
Just the math skills you need to excel in the study or practice of engineering Good math skills are indispensable for all engineers regardless of their specialty, yet only a relatively small portion of the math that engineering students study in college mathematics courses is used on a frequent basis in the study or practice of engineering. That's why Essential Math Skills for Engineers focuses on only these few critically essential math skills that students need in order to advance in their engineering studies and excel in engineering practice. Essential Math Skills for Engineers features concise, easytofollow explanations that quickly bring readers up to speed on all the essential core math skills used in the daily study and practice of engineering. These fundamental and essential skills are logically grouped into categories that make them easy to learn while also promoting their longterm retention. Among the key areas covered are: Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, complex arithmetic, and differential and integral calculus Simultaneous, linear, algebraic equations Linear, constantcoefficient, ordinary differential equations Linear, constantcoefficient, difference equations Linear, constantcoefficient, partial differential equations Fourier series and Fourier transform Laplace transform Mathematics of vectors With the thorough understanding of essential math skills gained from this text, readers will have mastered a key component of the knowledge needed to become successful students of engineering. In addition, this text is highly recommended for practicing engineers who want to refresh their math skills in order to tackle problems in engineering with confidence.

The only resource devoted Solely to Inductance Inductance is an unprecedented text, thoroughly discussing "loop" inductance as well as the increasingly important "partial" inductance. These concepts and their proper calculation are crucial in designing modern highspeed digital systems. Worldrenowned leader in electromagnetics Clayton Paul provides the knowledge and tools necessary to understand and calculate inductance. Unlike other texts, Inductance provides all the details about the derivations of the inductances of various inductors, as well as: Fills the need for practical knowledge of partial inductance, which is essential to the prediction of power rail collapse and ground bounce problems in highspeed digital systems Provides a needed refresher on the topics of magnetic fields Addresses a missing link: the calculation of the values of the various physical constructions of inductorsboth intentional inductors and unintentional inductorsfrom basic electromagnetic principles and laws Features the detailed derivation of the loop and partial inductances of numerous configurations of currentcarrying conductors With the present and increasing emphasis on highspeed digital systems and highfrequency analog systems, it is imperative that system designers develop an intimate understanding of the concepts and methods in this book. Inductance is a muchneeded textbook designed for senior and graduatelevel engineering students, as well as a handson guide for working engineers and professionals engaged in the design of highspeed digital and highfrequency analog systems.

Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems
Paul C. Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Steven D. Pekarek, Scott D. Sudhoff
 WileyIEEE Press
 22 Mai 2013
 9781118524268
Introducing a new edition of the popular reference on machine analysis Now in a fully revised and expanded edition, this widely used reference on machine analysis boasts many changes designed to address the varied needs of engineers in the electric machinery, electric drives, and electric power industries. The authors draw on their own extensive research efforts, bringing all topics up to date and outlining a variety of new approaches they have developed over the past decade. Focusing on reference frame theory that has been at the core of this work since the first edition, this volume goes a step further, introducing new material relevant to machine design along with numerous techniques for making the derivation of equations more direct and easy to use. Coverage includes: Completely new chapters on winding functions and machine design that add a significant dimension not found in any other text A new formulation of machine equations for improving analysis and modeling of machines coupled to power electronic circuits Simplified techniques throughout, from the derivation of torque equations and synchronous machine analysis to the analysis of unbalanced operation A unique generalized approach to machine parameters identification A firstrate resource for engineers wishing to master cuttingedge techniques for machine analysis, Analysis of Electric Machinery and Drive Systems is also a highly useful guide for students in the field.

An authoritative view of Maxwell's Equations that takes theory to practice Maxwell's Equations is a practical guide to one of the most remarkable sets of equations ever devised. Professor Paul Huray presents techniques that show the reader how to obtain analytic solutions for Maxwell's equations for ideal materials and boundary conditions. These solutions are then used as a benchmark for solving realworld problems. Coverage includes: An historical overview of electromagnetic concepts before Maxwell and how we define fundamental units and universal constants today A review of vector analysis and vector operations of scalar, vector, and tensor products Electrostatic fields and the interaction of those fields with dielectric materials and good conductors A method for solving electrostatic problems through the use of Poisson's and Laplace's equations and Green's function Electrical resistance and power dissipation; superconductivity from an experimental perspective; and the equation of continuity An introduction to magnetism from the experimental inverse square of the BiotSavart law so that Maxwell's magnetic flux equations can be deduced Maxwell's Equations serves as an ideal textbook for undergraduate students in junior/senior electromagnetics courses and graduate students, as well as a resource for electrical engineers.

The first book to focus on the electromagnetic basis of signal integrity The Foundations of Signal Integrity is the first of its kinda reference that examines the physical foundation of system integrity based on electromagnetic theory derived from Maxwell's Equations. Drawing upon the cuttingedge research of Professor Paul Huray's team of industrial engineers and graduate students, it develops the physical theory of wave propagation using methods of solid state and highenergy physics, mathematics, chemistry, and electrical engineering before addressing its application to modern highspeed systems. Coverage includes: All the necessary electromagnetic theory needed for a complete understanding of signal integrity Techniques for obtaining analytic solutions to Maxwell's Equations for ideal materials and boundary conditions Plane electromagnetic waves Plane waves in compound media Transmission lines and waveguides Ideal models vs. realworld systems Complex permittivity of propagating media Surface roughness Advanced signal integrity Signal integrity simulations Problem sets for each chapter With its thorough coverage of this relatively new discipline, the book serves as an ideal textbook for senior undergraduate and junior graduate students, as well as a resource for practicing engineers in this burgeoning field. At the end of each section, it typically stimulates the reader with openended questions that might lead to future theses or dissertation research.

Power System Control and Stability
Vijay Vittal, Paul M. Anderson, James D. Mccalley, A. A. Fouad
 WileyIEEE Press
 4 Octobre 2019
 9781119433699
The third edition of the landmark book on power system stability and control, revised and updated with new material The revised third edition of Power System Control and Stability continues to offer a comprehensive text on the fundamental principles and concepts of power system stability and control as well as new material on the latest developments in the field. The third edition offers a revised overview of power system stability and a section that explores the industry convention of q axis leading d axis in modeling of synchronous machines. In addition, the third edition focuses on simulations that utilize digital computers and commercial simulation tools, it offers an introduction to the concepts of the stability analysis of linear systems together with a detailed formulation of the system state matrix. The authors also include a revised chapter that explores both implicit and explicit integration methods for transient stability. Power System Control and Stability offers an indepth review of essential topics and: Discusses topics of contemporary and future relevance in terms of modeling, analysis and control Maintains the approach, style, and analytical rigor of the two original editions Addresses both power system planning and operational issues in power system control and stability Includes updated information and new chapters on modeling and simulation of roundrotor synchronous machine model, excitation control, renewable energy resources such as wind turbine generators and solar photovoltaics, load modeling, transient voltage instability, modeling and representation of three widely used FACTS devices in the bulk transmission network, and the modeling and representation of appropriate protection functions in transient stability studies Contains a set of challenging problems at the end of each chapter Written for graduate students in electric power and professional power system engineers, Power System Control and Stability offers an invaluable reference to basic principles and incorporates the most recent techniques and methods into projects.

Electromechanical Motion Devices
Oleg Wasynczuk, Steven D. Pekarek, Paul Krause, Timothy O'Connell
 WileyIEEE Press
 14 Février 2020
 9781119489832
The updated third edition of the classic book that provides an introduction to electric machines and their emerging applications The thoroughly revised and updated third edition of Electromechanical Motion Devices contains an introduction to modern electromechanical devices and offers an understanding of the uses of electric machines in emerging applications such as in hybrid and electric vehicles. The authorsnoted experts on the topicput the focus on modern electric drive applications. The book includes basic theory, illustrative examples, and contains helpful practice problems designed to enhance comprehension. The text offers information on Tesla's rotating magnetic field, which is the foundation of reference frame theory and explores in detail the reference frame theory. The authors also review permanentmagnet ac, synchronous, and induction machines. In each chapter, the material is arranged so that if steadystate operation is the main concern, the reference frame derivation can be deemphasized and focus placed on the steady state equations that are similar in form for all machines. This important new edition: o Features an expanded section on Power Electronics o Covers Tesla's rotating magnetic field o Contains information on the emerging applications of electric machines, and especially, modern electric drive applications o Includes online animations and a solutions manual for instructors Written for electrical engineering students and engineers working in the utility or automotive industry, Electromechanical Motion Devices offers an invaluable book for students and professionals interested in modern machine theory and applications.

Electromechanical Motion Devices
Paul C. Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Steven D. Pekarek, Timothy O''Connell
 WileyIEEE Press
 5 Février 2020
 9781119489856
The updated third edition of the classic book that provides an introduction to electric machines and their emerging applications The thoroughly revised and updated third edition of Electromechanical Motion Devices contains an introduction to modern electromechanical devices and offers an understanding of the uses of electric machines in emerging applications such as in hybrid and electric vehicles. The authorsnoted experts on the topicput the focus on modern electric drive applications. The book includes basic theory, illustrative examples, and contains helpful practice problems designed to enhance comprehension. The text offers information on Tesla's rotating magnetic field, which is the foundation of reference frame theory and explores in detail the reference frame theory. The authors also review permanentmagnet ac, synchronous, and induction machines. In each chapter, the material is arranged so that if steadystate operation is the main concern, the reference frame derivation can be deemphasized and focus placed on the steady state equations that are similar in form for all machines. This important new edition: o Features an expanded section on Power Electronics o Covers Tesla's rotating magnetic field o Contains information on the emerging applications of electric machines, and especially, modern electric drive applications o Includes online animations and a solutions manual for instructors Written for electrical engineering students and engineers working in the utility or automotive industry, Electromechanical Motion Devices offers an invaluable book for students and professionals interested in modern machine theory and applications.

Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems
Paul C. Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Timothy O'Connell
 WileyIEEE Press
 2 Décembre 2021
 9781119830016
Discover the analytical foundations of electric machine, power electronics, electric drives, and electric power systems In Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems, an accomplished team of engineers delivers an accessible and robust analysis of fundamental topics in electrical systems and electrical machine modeling oriented to their control with power converters. The book begins with an introduction to the electromagnetic variables in rotatory and stationary reference frames before moving onto descriptions of electric machines. The authors discuss direct current, roundrotor permanentmagnet alternating current, and induction machines, as well as brushless direct current and induction motor drives. Synchronous generators and various other aspects of electric power system engineering are covered as well, showing readers how to describe the behavior of electromagnetic variables and how to approach their control with modern power converters. Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems presents analysis techniques at an introductory level and at sufficient detail to be useful as a prerequisite for higher level courses. It also offers supplementary materials in the form of online animations and videos to illustrate the concepts contained within. Readers will also enjoy: A thorough introduction to basic system analysis, including phasor analysis, power calculations, elementary magnetic circuits, stationary coupled circuits, and two and threephase systems Comprehensive explorations of the basics of electric machine analysis and power electronics, including switchingcircuit fundamentals, conversion, and electromagnetic force and torque Practical discussions of power systems, including threephase transformer connections, synchronous generators, reactive power and power factor correction, and discussions of transient stability Perfect for researchers and industry professionals in the area of power and electric drives, Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems will also earn its place in the libraries of senior undergraduate and graduate students and professors in these fields.

Introduction to Modern Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives
Paul C. Krause, Thomas C. Krause
 WileyIEEE Press
 6 Décembre 2022
 9781119908173
Introduction to Modern Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives Comprehensive resource introducing magnetic circuits and rotating electric machinery, including models and discussions of control techniques Introduction to Modern Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives is written for the junior or senior student in Electrical Engineering and covers the essential topic of machine analysis for those interested in power systems or drives engineering. The analysis contained in the text is based on Tesla's rotating magnetic field and reference frame theory, which comes from Tesla's work and is presented for the first time in an easy to understand format for the typical student. Since the stators of synchronous and induction machines are the same for analysis purposes, they are analyzed just once. Only the rotors are different and therefore analyzed separately. This approach makes it possible to cover the analysis efficiently and concisely without repeating derivations. In fact, the synchronous generator equations are obtained from the equivalent circuit, which is obtained from work in other chapters without any derivation of equations, which differentiates Introduction to Modern Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives from all other textbooks in this area. Topics explored by the two highly qualified authors in Introduction to Modern Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives include: Common analysis tools, covering steadystate phasor calculations, stationary magnetically linear systems, winding configurations, and two and threephase stators Analysis of the symmetrical stator, covering the change of variables in two and threephase transformations and more Symmetrical induction machines, covering symmetrical twopole twophase rotor windings, electromagnetic force and torque, and ppole machines Direct current machines and drives, covering commutation, voltage and torque equations, permanentmagnet DC machines, and DC drives Introduction to Modern Analysis of Electric Machines and Drives is appropriate as either a first or second course in the power and drives area. Once the reader has covered the material in this book, they will have a sufficient background to start advanced study in the power systems or drives areas.

SolidState Sensors
Ambarish Paul, Mitradip Bhattacharjee, Ravinder Dahiya
 WileyIEEE Press
 6 Octobre 2023
 9781119473077
SolidState Sensors A thorough and uptodate introduction to solidstate sensors, materials, fabrication processes, and applications SolidState Sensors provides a comprehensive introduction to the field, covering fundamental principles, underlying theories, sensor materials, fabrication technologies, current and possible future applications, and more. Presented in a clear and accessible format, this readerfriendly textbook describes the fundamentals and classification of all major types of solidstate sensors, including piezoresistive, capacitive, thermometric, optical biochemical, magnetic, and acousticbased sensors. Throughout the text, the authors offer insight into how different solidstate methods complement each other as well as their respective advantages and disadvantages in relation to specific devices and a variety of stateoftheart applications. Detailed yet concise chapters include numerous visual illustrations and comparative tables of different subtypes of sensors for a given application. With indepth discussion of recent developments, current research, and key challenges in the field of solidstate sensors, this volume: Describes solidstate sensing parameters and their importance in sensor characterization Explores possible future applications and breakthroughs in associated fields of research Covers the fundamental principles and relevant equations of sensing phenomena Discusses promising smart materials that have the potential for sensing applications Includes an overview of the history, classification, and terminology of sensors With wellbalanced coverage of the fundamentals of sensor design, current and emerging applications, and the most recent research developments in the field, SolidState Sensors is an excellent textbook for advanced students and professionals in disciplines such as Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, and Biomedical Engineering.