CSU, Chico Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
EECE 481: Electromechanical Conversion
Catalog Data: ELECTROMECHANICAL CONVERSION. 4 hours. Corequisite: EECE 211. Pprinciples of elecromechanical conversion, traditional and renewable energy sources, magnetic circuits and steady state performance of synchromous, dc and induction motors, state space models and dynamic performance of electric motors, linearized models and common control schemes for various motors.
Prerequisites by topic: Electromagnetics, Amperís Law, AC & Three Phase circuit analysis.
Textbooks: 1. Paul C. Krause, " Electromechanical Motion Devices", McGraw Hill,1989.
2. S. Nasar, " Electric Machines and Electromechanics", Schaum Outline.
Objective: Gain knowledge of: principles of elecromech conversion, traditional and renewable electric energy sources, design features as well as the performance of electric motors, state space dynamic models, computer simulation programsfor various motor performance under starting and other disturbance conditions, linearized motor models for controller design, and studying the common control schemes for the various motors. The motors covered are dc, synchronous and induction motors.
1. Traditional and renewable electrical energy sources.
2. Magnetic circuits.
3. Principles of elecromechanical energy conversion.
4. Steady state performance of synchronous motors.
5. Steady state performance of dc motors.
6. Steady state performance of three phase induction motors.
7. Steady state performance of single phase induction motors.
8. Dynamic Modeling of primitive motors including pseudo stationary coils
9. State space modeling and control schemes of dc motors
10. Electric machine winding transformations
11. State space modeling and control schemes of synchronous motors
12. State space modeling and control schemes of 3‑phase induction motors
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