The course introduces electrical machines – namely transformers, DC and AC rotating machines, which are, arguably, the most important components of energy and power conversion industry. Transformers, being static, are the easiest of electrical machines and hence they will be dealt with initially after introducing magnetic circuit fundamentals. DC and AC machines will be discussed after understanding the process of electromechanical energy conversion through a magnetic field. The efficiency, voltage regulation and characteristics of these machines will be discussed while they are functioning as generators. Further, their speed-torque characteristics, starting, braking, speed control and efficiency will be discussed while they function as motors. Every topic will include their applications in various power industries as well.
UG students and instructors
Basic Electrical Engineering, Circuit theory
Machines manufacturing and drives manufacturing industries like Kirloskar, ABB and Siemens
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Prof. Bhuvaneshwari has been working as a faculty member in the Department of Electrical Engineering IIT Delhi since 1997. She did her BE from College of Engineering, Guindy, Anna University and then completed her M.Tech and PhD from IIT Madras in 1987 and 1992 respectively. She worked as a lecturer in College of Engineering, Madras after which she was working for the electric utility company ComEd in Chicago, IL, USA before joining as a faculty member in IIT Delhi. She has more than 150 international and National journal and conference papers to her credit. She is Fellow of IEEE-USA, IETUK, IETE, IE(I) and a life member of ISTE. Her areas of interest are power electronics, electrical machines, drives, power quality, power conditioning and renewable energy.
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Week 1: Introduction to Electrical machines, Review of single-phase and three-phase circuits, complex notation, power and power factor
Week 2: Magnetic circuits and flux calculations: MMF, Flux, permeability, reluctance, Ferromagnetic materials, BH loop, hysteresis, Eddy current losses
Week 3: Assignment No 1 and 2 on AC circuits & Magnetic Circuits
Week 4: Transformers: Principle of operation, ideal and practical transformer, efficiency and voltage regulation, Open circuit, short circuit and Load tests. Auto-transformer and instrument transformers. Parallel operation. Three-phase transformer fundamentals.
Week 5: Assignment No. 3 and 4 on single-phase and three-phase transformers
Week 6: Electromagnetic energy conversion principles: Filed energy, co-energy, Torque & power calculations, singly excited and doubly excited machines.
Week 7: DC machines: Generators and motors; Construction, Different types of DC machines, principle of operation, torque and emf equation, Characteristics of DC generators and motors, Starting Braking and Speed control of DC Motors.
Week 8: 3-phase induction machines: Construction, Different types of rotors, principle of operation, revolving magnetic field theory, Equivalent circuit, Torque expression,3 Torque-speed Characteristics of induction motors, Starting Braking and Speed control.
Week 12: Three-phase Synchronous Machines: Construction, Different types, principle of operation, EMF equation, winding factor, OCC, SCC and calculation of synchronous reactance, Equivalent circuit, Voltage regulation and efficiency, Motoring operation, Power and Torque expressions, PF control, V and inverted V Characteristics of synchronous motors, Starting Braking and speed control.
Books and References
1. Principles of Electrical machines and power Electronics by P.C.Sen, 2nd Edition, John Wiley
2. Electric Machinery by Fitzgerald, Kingsley and Umans, 6th Edition, McGraw Hill India.
3. Electric Machinery Fundamentals by S. Chapman, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill India.