Special Electromechanical Systems


Lecture 1 - Special Electromechanical Systems (Introduction)


Lecture 2 - Classification of Machines


Lecture 3 - Single and Two-Phase Motors


Lecture 4 - Single-Phase Induction Motors-Analysis


Lecture 5 - Starting of Single-Phase Induction Motors


Lecture 6 - Single-Phase Induction Motors Analysis


Lecture 7 - Induction Motors Analysis by Symmetrical Components


Lecture 8 - Modelling of 1-Phase Induction Motor (One and Two Windings)


Lecture 9 - Asymmetrical Induction Motor Generalized Rotating Field Theory


Lecture 10 - Generalized Rotating Field Theory (Continued...)


Lecture 11 - Generalized Rotating Field Theory (Continued...)


Lecture 12 - Generalized Rotating Field Theory (Continued...)


Lecture 13 - Analysis of Asymmetrical Machine by Generalized Rotating Field Theory


Lecture 14 - Analysis of Asymmetrical Machine


Lecture 15 - Analysis of Asymmetrical Induction Machine


Lecture 16 - Generalised Rotating-Field Theory of Wound Rotor Ind. Machine Having Asymmetry in Stator and Rotor Windings


Lecture 17 - Generalised Rotating-Field Theory of Wound Rotor Ind. Machine Having Asymmetry in Stator and Rotor Windings (Continued...)


Lecture 18 - Testing of Small Electrical Machines


Lecture 19 - Testing of 1-Phase Induction Motors


Lecture 20 - Variable Reluctance (VR) Motors


Lecture 21 - Switched Reluctance Motor (Continued...)


Lecture 22 - Switched Reluctance Motor (Continued...)


Lecture 23 - Switched Reluctance Motor (Continued...)


Lecture 24 - Stepper Motors


Lecture 25 - Stepper Motors (Continued...)


Lecture 26 - Induction Generators


Lecture 27 - Induction Generators (Continued...)


Lecture 28 - Doubly Fed Induction Generators


Lecture 29 - Self Excited Induction Generators


Lecture 30 - Self Excited Induction Generators (Continued...)


Lecture 31 - Permanent Magnet Machines


Lecture 32 - Squareware Permanent Magnet Brushless Motor Drive


Lecture 33 - Sine Wave Permanent Magnet Brushless Motor Drives


Lecture 34 - Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors