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by Paul Krause,Oleg Wasynczuk,Steven D. Pekarek

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Paul Krause,Oleg Wasynczuk,Steven D. Pekarek
Wiley-IEEE Press; 2 edition (April 10, 2012)
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by Paul Krause (Author), Oleg Wasynczuk (Author), Steven D. Pekarek (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-1118296127. STEVEN PEKAREK, PhD, is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University and is Chair of the Power and Energy Devices Area.

PAUL KRAUSE, PhD, is President and CEO of PC Krause and Associates Inc. He is a Life Fellow of IEEE . He is a Life Fellow of IEEE and has authored or coauthored over 100 technical papers and three textbooks on electric machines. He was the 2010 recipient of the IEEE Nikola Tesla Award.

Electromechanical Motion Devices. STEVEN PEKAREK, PhD, is a Fellow of the IEEE and has served on the organizing committee of several conferences focusing on electric machinery and power electronics. He and his students have published many papers in these areas. He presently serves as a faculty member in ECE at Purdue University.

OLEG WASYNCZUK, PhD, is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University and serves as Chief Technical Officer of PC Krause and Associates Inc. He has authored or coauthored over 100 technical papers and two textbooks on electric machines.

Paul Krause, Oleg Wasynczuk, Steven D. Pekarek.

In rotational electromechanical devices other than dc machines, torque is produced as a result of one or more magnetic fields that rotate about the air gap of the device. Reluctance machines, induction machines, syn- chronous machines, stepper motors, and brushless dc motors, which are ac- tually voltage-controlled permanent-magnet ac machines, all develop torque in this manner , P-pole devices.

Electromechanical Motion Devices

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Krause, Paul . Wasynczuk, Oleg; Pekarek, Steven D. Published by Wiley-IEEE Press (2012).

Krause, Paul . ISBN 10: 1118296125 ISBN 13: 9781118296127.

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  • Without a doubt the worst text I have encountered while pursuing my EE degree. This book has very little in the way of teaching conceptual understanding of actual electromechanical devices, it purely relates everything mathematically and makes very deep assumptions that the reader is familiar with terminology and construction of machines prior to diving right in to discussions. As an engineer, I was able to work my way through it but would highly recommend, at a minimum, use of a supplementary text for conceptual understanding if not complete avoidance of this book altogether.

    An additional complaint is the lack of support via a solutions manual since the vast majority of end of chapter questions are vague and/or convoluted and often do not relate directly to the in-chapter material (requiring multi-level derivations of several chapters worth of material and/or requiring knowledge of subjects not yet covered or not covered at all).

    As simple examples - One end of chapter question asks the reader to calculate harmonics present in a single phase reluctance machine at a specified current, but the book does not cover harmonics in any chapter in any form; another end of chapter question (chapter 4) requires the reader to calculate rotor slip in order to derive rotor frequency, however, rotor slip is not covered until chapter 6 and even then in very limited context.

  • Good book, but doesn't present concepts as simply as it could. For example, it will explain concepts entirely mathematically without providing the physical meaning of the math. That being said, it is thorough, rigorous, and covers a lot of material.

  • This is the first version published, and with a decent quality. I'm pretty sure the book is based on those previous notes in ECE321 at Purdue University, thus this book is a little bit lecture-notes-like. The materials cover are not deep, good for intro-level courses.

  • This book was used for my Electric Machines class at Ohio State. This book does a very poor job elaborating on examples and supplemental problems. The author assumes you also have a degree in math and does very little to walk you through calculations performed in each problem or example. I was unable to get a hold of a solutions manual, and subsequently was left clueless on problems I wanted to do for my self or problems that provided the answer only. There are very few books out there that get this in depth into electric machines, however if you can find another text to help you, I would recommend it.