Table of contents for Electric machines / author, Charles A. Gross.

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ELECTROMAGNETIC MACHINES
Table of Contents
Preface
1. BASIC ELECTROMAGNETIC MECHANICAL CONCEPTS 
	1.1 Basic Magnetic Concepts
	1.2 Magnetically Linear Systems: Magnetic Circuits
	1.3 Voltage, Current, and Magnetic Field Interactions
	1.4 Magnetic Properties of Materials
	1.5 Nonlinear Magnetic Circuit Analysis
	1.6 Permanent Magnets
	1.7 Superconducting Magnets
	1.8 The Fundamental Translational EM Machine
	1.9 The Fundamental Rotational EM Machine
	1.10 Multi-winding EM Systems
1.11 Leakage Flux
1.12 The concept of Ratings in EM Systems
1.13 Summary
Problems
2. THE TRANSFORMER
2.1	The Ideal n-WindingTransformer
2.2	Transformer Ratings and per-unit Scaling
2.3	The non-ideal 3-Winding Transformer
2.4	The non-ideal 2-Winding Transformer
2.5	Transformer Efficiency and Voltage Regulation
2.6 Practical Considerations
2.7 The Autotransformer
2.8	Operation of Transformers in Three-Phase Environments
		The Wye-Wye scheme
		The Wye-Delta scheme
	The Delta-Wye scheme
	The Delta-Delta scheme
	The Open Delta scheme
	The Zig-Zag scheme
2.9 Sequence Circuit Models for Three-phase Transformer Analysis
2.10 Harmonics in Transformers
2.11 Summary
Problems
3. BASIC MECHANICAL CONSIDERATIONS
3.1 Some general perspectives
3.2 Efficiency
3.3 Load torque-speed characteristics. 
3.4 Mass polar moment of inertia
3.5 Gearing
	3.6 Operating Modes
	3.7 Translational Systems
3.8 A comprehensive example: the elevator
3.9 Prime Movers
3.9.1 Hydraulic Turbines
3.9.2 Steam Turbines
3.9.3 Gas Turbines
3.9.4 Wind Turbines
3.9.5 M-G Sets
3.9.6 Stand-alone EPS Systems
3.9.7 Vehicular Electrical Systems
3.10 Summary
Problems
4. THE POLYPHASE INDUCTION MACHINE: BALANCED OPERATION
	4.1 Machine Construction
		4.1.1 Stator Design
		4.1.2 Rotor Design
	4.2 Stator Winding Layout
	4.3 The Rotating Magnetic Field
	4.4 Stator-Rotor Interactions
	4.5 Performance Analysis using the Equivalent Circuit
	4.6 Equivalent Circuit Constants from Tests 
	4.7 Operating Modes: Motor, Generator, Braking
	4.8 Dynamic Performance
	4.9 Cage Rotor Machines
4.10 Thermal Considerations
	4.11 Summary
	Problems
	
5. CONTROL OF AC MOTORS
	5.1 Control of the Load Torque-speed Characteristic 
	5.2 Control of the Motor Torque-speed Characteristic
	5.3 Controlling Voltage and Frequency 
	5.4 Power Semiconductor Switching Components
		5.4.1 The Power Semiconductor Diode
		5.4.2 The Power Semiconductor Thyristor
		5.4.3 The Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor (IGBT)
		5.4.4 Semiconductor Component Ratings
	5.5 The Single-phase Inverter
	5.6 The Three-phase Inverter
5.7 ac to dc Conversion: Rectifiers
	5.8 Three-phase Rectifiers
	5.9 Controlled Rectifiers
5.9.1 Controlled Thyristor Rectifiers
5.9.2 Controlled IGBT Rectifiers
5.10 ac Motor Drives
5.11 ac Motor Drives: Dynamic Performance
	5.12 Four Quadrant Performance
	5.13 The Cycloconverter
	5.14	Summary
	Problems
6. INDUCTION MACHINES: UNBALANCED OPERATION
6.1 Unbalanced Operation
6.2 Single-Phasing
6.3 Operation on Nonsinusoidal Voltage
6.4 The Two-Phase Induction Motor 
6.5 The Single-Phase Induction Motor 
6.6 The Single-Phase Induction Motor operating on one Winding
6.7 Equivalent Circuit Constants from Tests
6.8 Dynamic Performance
6.9 Summary
Problems
7. THE POLYPHASE SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE: BALANCED OPERATION
7.1 Machine Construction
		7.1.1 Stator Design
		7.1.2 Rotor Design
7.2 Evolution of the Machine Model from the Induction Machine
7.3 Interaction of the Stator and Rotor Circuits: The Magnetization 	Characteristic
7.4 The Nonsalient Pole Synchronous Machine: Generator Operation
7.5 The Nonsalient Pole Synchronous Machine: Motor Operation
7.6 The Salient Pole Synchronous Machine
	7.7 Synchronous Machine Constants from Tests
The dc Test: Ra 
The Open Circuit Test: The Magnetization Characteristic and Field 			Resistance 
The Short Circuit Test
The Slip Test
The No Load Test: Rotational Losses
The Zero Power Factor Lagging Test: Xl
Vee Curves
7.8 The Synchronous Generator Operating in a Utility Environment
7.8.1 Prime Movers
7.8.2 Excitation Systems
7.8.3 Capability Curves
7.8.4 Pumped Storage
7.9 Permanent Magnetic Synchronous Machines
7.10 The Polyphase Synchronous-Reluctance Machine
7.11 The Brushless dc Motor
7.12 Summary
Problems
8. SYNCHRONOUS MACHINES: GENERAL OPERATION
	8.1 The General Coupled Circuit Model of the Synchronous Machine 
	8.2 The 0dq Transformation
	8.3 Powers and Torques in the 0dqFDQ Model
8.4 The 0dqFDQ Model using Generator Sign Convention	
8.5 Balanced Three-Phase Constant Speed Generator Performance
	8.6 Per-unit Scaling as Applied to Synchronous Machines
	8.7 The Tee Equivalent Circuits
8.8 0dqFDQ Constants derived from Manufacturer's Data
8.9 0dqFDQU Model Performance 
8.10 Summary
Problems
9. THE DC MACHINE
9.1 Machine Construction
9.1.1 Stator Design 
9.1.2 Rotor (Armature) Design 
9.2 Generation of dc Voltage
9.3 The dc Machine Model: Generator Operation
9.4 The dc Machine Model: Motor Operation
9.5 Speed Control of dc Motors 
9.5.1 Field Control 
9.5.2 Armature Control 
9.5.3 Four Quadrant Operation 
9.5.4 Reversing dc motors 
9.6 dc Machine Constants from Tests 
The dc Test: Ra 
The Open Circuit Test: The Magnetization Characteristic and Field 			Resistance 
The No Load Test: Rotational Losses
9.7 dc Motor Drives: Half-wave Converters 
9.7.1 The half-wave diode dc motor drive
9.7.2 The half-wave thyristor dc motor drive
9.7.3 The half-wave IGBT dc motor drive
9.8 dc Motor Drives: Full-wave Converters 
9.8.1 The full-wave diode dc motor drive
9.8.2 The full-wave thyristor dc motor drive
9.8.3 The six-step three-phase thyristor dc motor drive
9.9 Four Quadrant Performance
9.10 dc Motor Dynamic Performance
9.11 An Elevator Application
9.12 A General dc Machine Model
9.13 Summary
Problems
10. TRANSLATIONAL EM MACHINES
	10.1 Linear Induction Motor (LIM) Construction
		10.1.1 Primary Design
		10.1.2 Secondary Design
		10.1.3 Electromagnetic Levitation
		10.1.4 Electrodynamic Levitation
	10.2 LIM modeling: The Equivalent Circuit 
	10.3 The High Speed Rail (HSR) Application
	10.4 Linear Synchronous Machine (LSM) Construction
		10.4.1 LSM Armature Design
		10.1.2 LSM Field Design
	10.5 LSM Nonsalient Pole Model 
	10.6 Linear EM Machine Applications in Elevators
	10.7 Summary
	Problems
11. SPECIAL PUPOSE MACHINES AND SENSORS
	11.1 The Universal Motor
	11.2 The Shaded Pole Motor
	11.3 The Hysterisis Motor
	11.4 The Stepper Motor
	11.5 Encoders
	11.6 Resolvers
	11.7 Micro-Electromagnetic Systems (MEMS)
	11.8 Summary
	Problems
Epilogue
References
Appendix A. UNITS AND CONVERSION FACTORS
Appendix B. A REVIEW OF ELECTRIC CIRCUIT CONCEPTS
	B.1 dc Circuit Concepts
B.2 ac Circuit Concepts
B.3 Balanced three-phase ac Circuit Concepts
B.4 Symmetrical Components
Appendix C. HARMONIC CONCEPTS
C.1 Basic Concepts
C.2 Coefficient Calculations 
C.3 Rms (Effective) Values
C.4 Symmetries
C.5 Spectral Plots
C.6 Response of Linear Circuits to Nonsinusoidal Excitation

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Electric machinery.