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Engineering Electrodynamics

Electric Machine, Transformer, and Power Equipment Design

By Janusz Turowski, Marek Turowski

CRC Press – 2014 – 568 pages

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    978-1-46-658931-5
    February 6th 2014

Description

Due to a huge concentration of electromagnetic fields and eddy currents, large power equipment and systems are prone to crushing forces, overheating, and overloading. Luckily, power failures due to disturbances like these can be predicted and/or prevented.

Based on the success of internationally acclaimed computer programs, such as the authors’ own RNM-3D, Engineering Electrodynamics: Electric Machine, Transformer, and Power Equipment Design explains how to implement industry-proven modeling and design techniques to solve complex electromagnetic phenomena. Considering recent progress in magnetic and superconducting materials as well as modern methods of mechatronics and computer science, this theory- and application-driven book:

  • Analyzes materials structure and 3D fields, taking into account magnetic and thermal nonlinearities
  • Supplies necessary physical insight for the creation of electromagnetic and electromechanical high power equipment models
  • Describes parameters for electromagnetic calculation of the structural parts of transformers, electric machines, apparatuses, and other electrical equipment
  • Covers power frequency 50-60 Hz (worldwide and US) equipment applications
  • Includes examples, case studies, and homework problems

Engineering Electrodynamics: Electric Machine, Transformer, and Power Equipment Design provides engineers, students, and academia with a thorough understanding of the physics, principles, modeling, and design of contemporary industrial devices.

Contents

List of Symbols

Preface

Author Biographies

Methods of Research and Construction Materials

Fundamental Equations of Electromagnetic Fields

Transmission and Transformation of Field Power

Screening of Constructional Parts

Magnetic Field at a Steel Surface

Electromagnetic Phenomena in Metals with Constant Magnetic Permeability

Electrodynamic Phenomena in Ferromagnetic Bodies

Forces in Electrodynamic Systems

Local Heating of Structural Parts

Methods of Experimental Investigations

Conclusions

Supplements

References

Index

Author Bio

Janusz Turowski received his M.Sc, Ph.D, and D.Sc from Technical University, Lodz, Poland, where he subsequently served as professor, vice-dean, director, and vice-rector. He is an honorary doctor at University of Pavia, Italy and a full member of the International Academy of Electrotechnical Sciences. He was also a member of IEEE, CIGRE-Paris, SEFI, and several prestigious councils, steering committees, and editorial boards. Highly decorated, widely published, and a designer and many-year consultant for big ELTA (ABB) Transformer Works, he possesses 60+ years of experience in academia and industry, acting as engineer, international consultant, and invited lecturer.

Marek Turowski received his M.Sc and Ph.D from Technical University, Lodz, Poland. He performed his doctoral research at LAAS-CNRS, Toulouse, France and University of Sydney, Australia. During his 30+ years of modeling and computer simulation experience, he served at University of Kentucky, Lexington, USA and CFD Research Corporation, Huntsville, Alabama, USA; collaborated with international industry and academia; authored/co-authored over 200 papers, book chapters, and presentations; and led projects for NASA, DOE SBIR, DTRA, AFOSR, and DTRA. A senior member of IEEE, Electron Device Society, and Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society, he is currently with Robust Chip Inc., Pleasanton, California, USA.

Name: Engineering Electrodynamics: Electric Machine, Transformer, and Power Equipment Design (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: By Janusz Turowski, Marek Turowski. Due to a huge concentration of electromagnetic fields and eddy currents, large power equipment and systems are prone to crushing forces, overheating, and overloading. Luckily, power failures due to disturbances like these can be predicted and/or...
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