Electrical Machines and Drives

Topics: Magnetic field, Electric motor, Magnetism, Electromagnetism, Magnetic flux, Magnet / Pages: 620 (154983 words) / Published: Jul 27th, 2013
Electric Motors and Drives

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Electric Motors and Drives
Fundamentals, Types and Applications
Third edition

Austin Hughes
Senior Fellow, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds

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CONTENTS

Preface

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1 ELECTRIC MOTORS
Introduction Producing

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