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  • Wprowadzenie do elektroniki i energoelektroniki


  • M.P. Kaźmierkowski, J.T. Matysik
    Książka zawiera informacje dotyczące budowy, działania i opisu matematycznego elementów elektroniki sygnałowej i energoelektroniki z uwzględnieniem zjawisk fizycznych zachodzących w materiałach półprzewodnikowych. Układy wzmacniające opisano pod kątem analizy stałoprądowej i zmiennoprądowej w oparciu o elementy teorii sprzężenia zwrotnego. Podano także zasady techniki analogowej i cyfrowej a także wstęp do mikroprocesorów. W osobnych rozdziałach przedstawiono zagadnienia modulacji i demodulacji oraz układy generacji przebiegów sinusoidalnych i prostokątnych. Ważną i nowoczesną część materiału stanowią układy energoelektroniczne. Książka zawiera wiele przykładów liczbowych ilustrujących omawiany materiał. Adresatami są studenci Wydziałów Elektrycznych z kierunków Elektronika i Automatyka i Robotyka, Wydziałów Mechanicznych interesujący się zagadnieniami elektroniki i energoelektroniki oraz słuchacze innych kierunków w ramach prac dyplomowych związanych z robotyką i sterowaniem.
    Wydawnictwo: Oficyna wydawnicza Politechniki Warszawskiej
    Rok: 2005
    Stron: 432
    ISBN: 83-7207-539-5
    http://www.wydawnictwopw.pl/index.php?s=karta&id=142


  • Automatic Control of Converter-Fed Drives


  • This book introduces the reader in a systematical way to the design philosophy behind vector control systems. The mathematical motor models based on complex-space vector descriptions as well as the control structures for DC motors provide a perfect basis for explaining the principles of AC motor vector control. An in-depth review of electromagnetic transients in induction motors under various methods of frequency control is given. This is explained with the help of appropriate block schemes and new equivalent circuits. Properties of AC motors under non-sinusoidal supply are reviewed. The basic power converter topologies applied in motor control technology as well as symmetry and loss reduction problems are discussed. Some examples of controller design methods are presented step by step. An important feature of the book is that it contains many examples of systems applied in practical engineering as well as simulation and experimental results. The volume will be of interest to all those familiar with the basics of electrical machines and control systems theory. Therefore, it is recommended to students of electrical, electronics and mechanics departments. The book can also be used by those working in industry, who are interested in modern power electronics, drives and motion control, robotics as well as automation of industrial processes.
    Automatic Control of Converter-Fed Drives (link1)
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  • Control in Power Electronics


  • The book presents the latest concepts and basic electrical drives and power electronics technology including Matrix and Resonant Converters, Vector and Direct Torque Control of AC motors, Neural Network and Fuzzy Logic based controllers, PWM rectifiers as well as Wind Turbine systems. The book is the result of cooperation initiated in 1997 between Danfoss Drives A/S and the Institute of Energy Technology at Aalborg University, Denmark, and is known as The International Danfoss Professor Program.
    The chapters of the book are divided into three parts as follows: Part I: "PWM Converters: Topologies and Control" (4 Chapters), Part II: "Motor Control" (6 Chapters), Part III: "Utilities Interface and Wind Turbine Systems" (3 Chapters). Among advantages of the book are:
    - Description and implementation aspects of matrix converters,
    - PWM techniques with special emphasis on variants of space vector modulation (SVM) and it`s relations to carrier-based PWM,
    - Besides of conventional field oriented control (FOC) and direct torque control (DTC) schemes also modern nonlinear control methods like feedback linearization control (FLC), multiscalar control, and passivity-based control (PBC) of induction motor is presented,
    - A comparison of energy saving control of induction motor with special emphasis on HVAC applications,
    - DTC is discussed for IM, PMSM, RSM and CSI-fed large SM,
    - Various applications of Neural Networks, fuzzy logic and neuro-fuzzy in Power Electronics,
    - Advanced control of line side active rectifiers,
    - Effectiveness of the mixing single- and three-phase nonlinear loads for power quality improvements is documented,
    - Review of different converters and control systems for wind turbine systems.
    The book has strong monograph attributes; however, some of the chapters can also be used for undergraduate education (e.g., Chapters 4, 5 and 9-11) as they contain a number of illustrative examples and simulation case study. It is recommended for wide audience of engineering educators, researchers and students. Also, practicing engineers in the industry will gain valuable insight on the topics of control in power electronics and drives.
    Control in Power Electronics (link1)
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  • Soft Computing in Industrial Electronics


  • It is expected that the use of soft computing will increase greatly in industrial applications, because the conceptual structure of hard computing is much too precise in relation to the great imprecision of the world around us. This book aims at attracting researchers and engineers both in the fields of industrial electronics (IE) and computational intelligence (CI). By approaching the different viewpoints of IE and CI people, it is hoped to provide practicing engineers with new solutions to the demanding real-world problems. The applications are divided into two categories, Electric Power Applications and Emerging Applications.
    Soft Computing in Industrial Electronics (link1) )