1st Edition

# Electrical Drive Simulation with MATLAB/Simulink Selected Technologies

272 Pages 239 B/W Illustrations
by CRC Press

272 Pages 239 B/W Illustrations
by CRC Press

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The chapters of this book discuss the modeling of electric drives, taking into account their relationship with the technological process they serve, which significantly affects the composition, layout, and characteristics of the electric drive. There are no published books of this kind, and this book fills a gap in the literature. This book deals with electric drives for rolling mills, paper machines, a number of several hoisting and transport devices; these installations are very common and very complex, so that modeling methods in their development and study are mandatory.

The book focuses on issues such as the transmission of torque by elastic shafts, the transmission of torque by an endless elastic belt in paper machines and conveyors, the transmission of torque by friction of pressed rolls in the paper industry, the consideration of the elastic properties of long ropes in some hoisting and transport machines, and the effect of swinging a moving load in such machines. More than 100 models of the electrical drives that are made with the use of the program environment MATLAB®/Simulink® are appended to this book. The aims of these models are to aid students studying electrical drives of the various manufacturing machines, to facilitate the understanding of various electrical drive functions, and to create a platform for the development of systems by readers in their fields.

This book can be used by engineers and investigators as well as undergraduate and graduate students to develop new electrical drives and investigate the existing ones.

Preface

Author

1.  Simulation of the Electrical Drives of Rolling Mills

1.1. Electric Drives of Reversing Hot Rolling Mills

1.1.1. Blooming Electric Drives

1.1.2. Plate rolling mill electric drives

1.2. Electrical Drives of the Continuous Hot Strip M

1.2.1. Roughing Mill Group Drives

1.2.2. Finishing Mill Group Drives

1.2.3  Electric Drive of Flying Shears

1.3. Electrical Drives of the Cold Rolling Mill

1.3.1. Electric Drives of the Reels

1.3.2. Simulation of Reversing Cold Rolling Mills

1.3.3. Simulation of the Continuous Cold Rolling Mill

2. Simulation of the Paper-Making Machines

2.1. General Issues

2.2. Modeling Sectional Electric Drives

2.2.1. Forming Section

2.2.2. Press Section

2.2.3. Dryer Section

2.2.4. Calender

2.2.5. Reel

2.3. Modeling Fnishing Machines

2.3.1. Supercalender

2.3.2. Slitter

3. Simulation of the Material Handling Equipment

3.1. Pick-and-Place Machines

3.1.1. Traveling Cranes

3.1.2. Cable Cranes

3.2. Mine Hoist

3.3. Belt Conveyors

List of the Appended Models and Programs

Index

### Biography

Viktor Perelmuter, DSc, earned a diploma in electrical engineering with honors from the National Technical University (Kharkov Polytechnic Institute) in 1958. Dr. Perelmuter earned a candidate degree in technical sciences (PhD) from the Electromechanical Institute Moscow, Soviet Union, in 1967, a senior scientific worker diploma (confirmation of the Supreme Promoting Committee by the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics Council of Ministers) in 1981, and a doctorate degree in technical sciences from the Electrical Power Institute Moscow/SU in 1991.

From 1958 to 2000, he worked in the Research Electrotechnical Institute, Kharkov, Ukraine, in the thyristor drive department, during which he also served as department chief (1988–2000). During this time, he developed DC electric drives for rolling mills of various types, including such a specific mill as a planetary mill for rolling sheet metal. Starting with employment of the rotating electrical machines, magnetic and thyristor amplifiers as the exciters, with the advent of powerful thyristors, he carried out the development of thyristor electric drives for reversible and continuous cold and hot rolling mills. He was the head of work on the creation in the USSR of a series of complete thyristor electric drives for rolling mills with a power of up to 12,000 kW.He repeatedly took part in putting power electric drives into operation at metallurgical plants. This work was commended with a number of honorary diplomas. He was also involved as a consultant on problems related to papermaking machines, mine hoists, and conveyors.

Between the years 1993 and 2000, he was the director of the joint venture Elpriv, Kharkov. During 1965–1998, he was the supervisor of the graduation works at the Technical University, Kharkov. Dr. Perelmuter was a chairman of the State Examination Committee in the Ukrainian Correspondence Polytechnical Institute from 1975 to 1985. Simultaneously with his ongoing engineering activity, he led the scientific work in the fields of electrical drives, power electronics, and control systems.

He is the author or a coauthor of 12 books and approximately 75 articles and holds 19 patents in the Soviet Union and Ukraine. Since 2001, up to Ukraine—Russia war, Dr. Perelmuter had been working as a scientific advisor in the National Technical University (Kharkov Polytechnic Institute) and in Ltd “Jugelectroproject,” Kharkov. He is also a Life Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.