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Linear Electric Machines, Drives, and MAGLEVs Handbook

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Lingua: Inglese

CRC Press

Pubblicazione: 03/2013
Edizione: 1° edizione

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Based on author Ion Boldea’s 40 years of experience and the latest research, Linear Electric Machines, Drives, and Maglevs Handbook provides a practical and comprehensive resource on the steady improvement in this field. The book presents in-depth reviews of basic concepts and detailed explorations of complex subjects, including classifications and practical topologies, with sample results based on an up-to-date survey of the field. Packed with case studies, this state-of-the-art handbook covers topics such as modeling, steady state, and transients as well as control, design, and testing of linear machines and drives. It includes discussion of types and applications—from small compressors for refrigerators to MAGLEV transportation—of linear electric machines. Additional topics include low and high speed linear induction or synchronous motors, with and without PMs, with progressive or oscillatory linear motion, from topologies through modeling, design, dynamics, and control. With a breadth and depth of coverage not found in currently available references, this book includes formulas and methods that make it an authoritative and comprehensive resource for use in R&D and testing of innovative solutions to new industrial challenges in linear electric motion/energy automatic control.


Fields, Forces, and Materials for LEMsReview of Electromagnetic Field TheoryForces in Electromagnetic Fields of Primitive LEMsMagnetic, Electric, and Insulation Materials for LEMsElectric Conductors and Their Skin EffectsInsulation Materials for LEMsMagnetostriction Effect LEMsMethods of ApproachSummaryReferencesClassifications and Applications of LEMsLinear Induction MachinesLinear Synchronous Motors for TransportationIndustrial Usage Linear Synchronous MachinesSolenoids and Linear Oscillatory MachinesSummaryReferencesLinear Induction Motors: Topologies, Fields, Forces, and PowersIncluding Edge, End, and Skin EffectsTopologies of Practical InterestSpecific LIM PhenomenaDynamic End-Effect Quasi-One-Dimensional Field TheorySummary of Analytical Field Theories of LIMsFinite Element Field Analysis of LIMsDynamic End-Effect CompensationSummaryReferencesLinear Induction Motors: Circuit Theories, Transients, and ControlLow-Speed/High-Speed DivideLIM Circuit Models without Dynamic End EffectFlat SLIMs with AL-on-Iron Long (Fix) SecondaryFlat SLIMs with Ladder SecondaryTubular SLIM with Ladder SecondaryCircuit Models of High-Speed (High Goodness Factor) SLIMsLow-Speed LIM Transients and ControlControl of Low-Speed LIMsHigh-Speed LIM Transients and ControlDTFC of High-Speed LIMsSummaryReferencesDesign of Flat and Tubular Low-Speed LIMsIntroductionFlat SLIM with Ladder Long Secondary and Short PrimaryTubular SLIM with Cage SecondarySummaryReferencesTransportation (Medium- and High-Speed) SLIM DesignIntroductionUrban SLIM Vehicles (Medium Speeds)High-Speed (Interurban) SLIM Vehicles DesignOptimization Design of SLIM: Urban VehiclesSummaryReferencesDC-Excited Linear Synchronous Motors (DCE-LSM): Steady State, Design,Transients, and ControlIntroduction and Topologiesdc Exciter (Inductor) Design GuidelinesStator (Armature) Core DesignDCE-LSM Parameters and PerformanceCircuit Model for Transients and ControlField-Oriented Control of DCE-LSMNote on PM + DCE-LSMSummaryReferencesSuperconducting Magnet Linear Synchronous MotorsIntroductionSuperconducting MagnetTechnical Field and Circuit Theory of SM-LSMNormal and Lateral ForcesSM-LSM with Eight-Shape-Stator CoilsControl of SM-LSMSummaryReferencesHomopolar Linear Synchronous Motors (H-LSM): Modeling, Design,and ControlH-LSM: Construction and Principle IssuesDC Homopolar Excitation Airgap Flux Density and AC emf E1Armature Reaction and Magnetization Synchronous InductancesLdm and Lqm Longitudinal End Effect in H-LSMPreliminary Design Methodology by ExampleH-LSM Model for Transients and ControlVector Thrust (Propulsion) and Flux (Suspension) ControlSummaryReferencesLinear Reluctance Synchronous Motors: Modeling, Performance Design,and ControlLdm, Lqm Magnetization Inductances of Continuous Secondary(Standard) L-RSM Ldm, Lqm Magnetization Inductances for Segmented Secondary L-RSMLdm, Lqm (Magnetization) Inductances in Multiple Flux BarrierSecondary L-RSM Reduction of Thrust Pulsationsdq (Space Phasor) Model of L-RSMSteady-State Characteristics for Vector Control StrategiesDesign Methodology for Low Speed by ExampleControl of L-RSMSummaryReferencesLinear Switched Reluctance Motors (L-SRM): Modeling, Design, and ControlPractical TopologiesPrinciple of OperationInstantaneous ThrustAverage Thrust and Energy Conversion RatioConverter RatingState Space Equations and Equivalent CircuitSmall Signal Model of L-SRMPWM Converters for L-SRMsDesign Methodology by ExampleSummaryReferencesFlat Linear Permanent Magnet Synchronous MotorsA Few Practical TopologiesMultilayer Field Model of Iron-Core F-LPMSMs with Sinusoidal emfsand Currents Magnetic Equivalent Circuit (MEC) Theory of Iron-Core F-LPMSMAnalytical Multilayer Field Theory of Air-Core F-LPMSMCogging Force and Longitudinal End Effectsdq Model of F-LPMSM with Sinusoidal emfSteady-State Characteristics for Typical Control StrategiesF-LPMSM ControlDesign Methodology of L-PMSM by ExampleSummaryReferencesTubular Linear Permanent Magnet Synchronous MotorsA Few Practical TopologiesFractionary (q = 1) Three-Phase AC WindingTechnical Field Theory of T-LPMSMCircuit dq Model of T-LPMSMAdvanced Analytical Field Theories of T-LPMSMsCore LossesControl of T-LPMSMsDesign MethodologyGenerator Design MethodologySummaryReferencesMulti-Pole Coil Three- or Two-Phase Linear PM Reluctance MotorsFew Practical TopologiesTechnical Theory of Flux-Reversal IPM-Primary LPMRMNumerical Example 14.1: FR-LPMRM DesignTransverse-Flux LPMRM Technical TheoryExample 14.2: TF-LPMRMExample 14.3: TF-LPMRG Energy ConverterSummaryReferencesPlunger Solenoids and Their ControlIntroductionPrinciplesLinear Circuit ModelEddy Currents and Magnetic SaturationDynamic Nonlinear Magnetic and Electric Circuit ModelPM-Less Solenoid Design and ControlPM Plunger SolenoidCase Study: PM Twin-Coil Valve ActuatorsSummaryReferencesLinear DC PM Brushless MotorsIntroductionTopology AspectsPrinciple and Analytical ModelingGeometrical Optimization Design by FEMAir-Core Configuration Design AspectsDesign for Given Dynamics SpecificationsClose-Loop Position Control for a Digital Video Camera FocuserSummaryReferencesResonant Linear Oscillatory Single-Phase PM Motors/GeneratorsIntroductionCoil-Mover LOMs (LOGs)PM-Mover LOM(G)Iron-Mover Stator PM LOMsLinear Oscillatory Generator ControlLOM ControlSummaryReferencesMultiaxis Linear PM Motor DrivesLarge x–y (Planar) Motion PM Drive TopologiesModeling of Large Travel Planar Linear PM Drives with RectangularAC Coils Planar Linear PM Motor Micron Positioning Control for MillimeterRange Travel Six DOF Control of a MAGLEV StageMultiaxis Nanometer-Positioning MAGLEV StageSummaryReferencesAttraction Force (Electromagnetic) Levitation SystemsCompetitive TopologiesSimplified Analytical ModelAnalytical Modeling of Longitudinal End EffectPreliminary Design MethodologyDynamic Modeling of ALS ControlState Feedback Control of ALSControl System Performance AssessmentControl Performance ExampleVehicle Lifting at StandstillRobust Control Systems for ALSsZero Power Sliding Mode Control for PM-Assisted ALSsSummaryReferencesRepulsive Force Levitation SystemsSuperconducting Coil RFLS: Competitive TechnologiesSheet Secondary (Track) Normal-Flux RFLSNormal-Flux Ladder Secondary RFLSNull-Flux RFLSDynamics of RFLSDamping RFLS OscillationsRepulsive Magnetic WheelCoil-PM Repulsive Force Levitation SystemPM-PM Repulsive Force Levitation SystemSummaryReferencesActive Guideway MAGLEVsIntroductionDC-Excited Iron-Core LSM MAGLEV Vehicles (Transrapid)Supercon MAGLEVsIron-Core Active Guideway Urban PM-LSM MAGLEVsActive Guideway Multimover Doubly Fed LIM MAGLEV IndustrialPlatforms SummaryReferencesPassive Guideway MAGLEVsIntroductionLIM-MAGLEVsH-LSM MAGLEV (Magnibus)Potential Improvements on Magnibus SystemTransverse-Flux PM-LSM MAGLEVsDC-Polarized L-SRM MAGLEVsMultiphase (True Brushless) Linear Reluctance Machine MAGLEVsSummaryReferencesIndex

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Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 10 x 7 in Ø 2.75 lb
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:787 b/w images, 27 tables and Approx 1550 equations
Pagine Arabe: 646
Pagine Romane: xiv

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