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Electric Machines blends practical and theoretical information on the design, application, and control of electromagnetic (EM) machines. Addressing specific machines from each perspective, this textbook provides coverage of electronic controllers, mechanical loads, electric propulsion systems, gear boxes, and more. It includes a user-interactive computer program that expands the scope of the material, giving students a means of independently verifying their work. Written for advanced undergraduates with background in engineering physics, mathematics, and electrical circuits, this text is useful for courses in EM machines and as a general reference for practicing engineers.