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<p><b>Discover the&nbsp;analytical&nbsp;foundations of electric machine, power electronics, electric drives, and electric power systems&nbsp;</b></p> <p>In&nbsp;<i>Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems</i>, an accomplished team of engineers delivers&nbsp;an accessible and robust analysis of fundamental topics in electrical systems and electrical machine modeling&nbsp;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&nbsp;descriptions of&nbsp;electric machines.&nbsp;</p> <p>The authors discuss direct current, round-rotor permanent-magnet alternating current, and induction machines, as well as brushless direct current&nbsp;and induction motor drives. Synchronous generators and various other aspects of electric power system engineering are covered&nbsp;as well, showing readers how to describe the behavior of electromagnetic variables and how to approach their control with modern power converters.&nbsp;</p> <p><i>Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems</i>&nbsp;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:&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>A thorough introduction to&nbsp;basic system analysis, including phasor analysis, power calculations, elementary magnetic circuits, stationary coupled circuits, and two- and three-phase systems&nbsp;</li> <li>Comprehensive explorations of the basics of electric machine analysis&nbsp;and power electronics, including switching-circuit fundamentals, conversion, and electromagnetic force and torque&nbsp;</li> <li>Practical discussions of power systems, including three-phase transformer connections,&nbsp;synchronous generators, reactive power and power factor correction, and discussions of transient stability&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>Perfect for&nbsp;researchers and industry professionals in the area of power and electric drives<i>,&nbsp;Introduction to the Analysis of Electromechanical Systems&nbsp;</i>will also earn its place in the libraries of&nbsp;senior undergraduate and graduate&nbsp;students and professors&nbsp;in these fields.&nbsp;</p>

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