Power magnetic devices : a multi-objective design approach / S.D. Sudhoff.
By: Sudhoff, Scott D.Material type: BookSeries: IEEE Press series on power engineering: Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey : IEEE Press / Wiley , Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781118824634 (ePub); 1118824636 (ePub); 9781118824597 (Adobe PDF); 1118824598 (Adobe PDF); 9781118824603; 1118824601; 1306412242; 9781306412247; 1118489993; 9781118489994.Subject(s): Electromagnetic devices | Power electronics | Electric machinery | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Mechanical | Electric machinery | Electromagnetic devices | Power electronics | Electromagnetic devicesGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Power magnetic devicesDDC classification: 621.31/042 Online resources: Wiley Online Library
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Series Page; Title Page; Copyright; Dedication; Preface; Chapter 1: Optimization-Based Design; 1.1 Design Approach; 1.2 Mathematical Properties of Objective Functions; 1.3 Single-Objective Optimization Using Newton's Method; 1.4 Genetic Algorithms: Review of Biological Genetics; 1.5 The Canonical Genetic Algorithm; 1.6 Real-Coded Genetic Algorithms; 1.7 Multi-Objective Optimization and the Pareto-Optimal Front; 1.8 Multi-Objective Optimization Using Genetic Algorithms; 1.9 Formulation of Fitness Functions for Design Problems; 1.10 A Design Example; References; Problems
Chapter 2: Magnetics and Magnetic Equivalent Circuits2.1 Ampere's Law, Magnetomotive Force, and Kirchhoff's Mmf Law for Magnetic Circuits; 2.2 Magnetic Flux, Gauss's Law, and Kirchhoff's Flux Law for Magnetic Circuits; 2.3 Magnetically Conductive Materials and Ohm's Law for Magnetic Circuits; 2.4 Construction of the Magnetic Equivalent Circuit; 2.5 Translation of Magnetic Circuits to Electric Circuits: Flux Linkage and Inductance; 2.6 Representing Fringing Flux in Magnetic Circuits; 2.7 Representing Leakage Flux in Magnetic Circuits; 2.8 Numerical Solution of Nonlinear Magnetic Circuits
2.9 Permanent Magnet Materials and Their Magnetic Circuit Representation2.10 Finite Element Analysis; References; Problems; Chapter 3: Introduction to Inductor Design; 3.1 Common Inductor Architectures; 3.2 DC Coil Resistance; 3.3 DC Inductor Design; 3.4 Case Study; 3.5 Closing Remarks; References; Problems; Chapter 4: Force and Torque; 4.1 Energy Storage in Electromechanical Devices; 4.2 Calculation of Field Energy; 4.3 Force from Field Energy; 4.4 Co-Energy; 4.5 Force From Co-Energy; 4.6 Conditions for Conservative Fields; 4.7 Magnetically Linear Systems; 4.8 Torque
4.9 Calculating Force Using Magnetic Equivalent CircuitsReferences; Problems; Chapter 5: Introduction to Electromagnet Design; 5.1 Common Electromagnet Architectures; 5.2 Magnetic, Electric, and Force Analysis of an Ei-Core Electromagnet; 5.3 Ei-Core Electromagnet Design; 5.4 Case Study; References; Problems; Chapter 6: Magnetic Core Loss; 6.1 Eddy Current Losses; 6.2 Hysteresis Loss and The B-H Loop; 6.3 Empirical Modeling of Core Loss; 6.4 Time Domain Modeling of Core Loss; References; Problems; Chapter 7: Transformer Design; 7.1 Common Transformer Architectures
7.2 T-Equivalent Circuit Model7.3 Steady-State Analysis; 7.4 Transformer Performance Considerations; 7.5 Core-Type Transformer Configuration; 7.6 Core-Type Transformer Mec; 7.7 Core Loss; 7.8 Core-Type Transformer Design; 7.9 Case Study; 7.10 Closing Remarks; References; Problems; Chapter 8: Distributed Windings and Rotating Electric Machinery; 8.1 Describing Distributed Windings; 8.2 Winding Functions; 8.3 Air-Gap Magnetomotive Force; 8.4 Rotating MMF; 8.5 Flux Linkage and Inductance; 8.6 Slot Effects and Carter's Coefficient; 8.7 Leakage Inductance; 8.8 Resistance