By Chee-Mun Ong, ISBN 0-13-723785-5
This book offers a complete treatment of frequently studied machine systems.Subject areas range from background theory and models to implementationand verification techniques for simulations and linear analysis. Althoughthe book focuses on the techniques applicable to the modeling and simulationof electric machinery, it also illustrates the usefulness of knowing thephysical aspects of machines, the assumptions made when modeling machines,and the basic operating characteristics of these machines in verifyingthe correctness of an implemented simulation and in interpreting simulationresults. A full chapter is devoted to the use of MATLAB and Simulink,and an appendix provides an overview of key numerical methods used.CompanionSoftware: The author has developed a set of MATLAB M-files and Simulinkmodels, which is available on a CD-ROM bound in the book.
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