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Electric Machines

Theory and Analysis Using the Finite Element Method

Authors

Dionysios Aliprantis, Purdue University, Indiana, Oleg Wasynczuk, Purdue University, Indiana

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Offering a new perspective, this textbook demystifies the operation of electric machines by providing an integrated understanding of electromagnetic fields, electric circuits, numerical analysis, and computer programming. It presents fundamental concepts in a rigorous manner, emphasising underlying physical modelling assumptions and limitations, and provides detailed explanations of how to implement the finite element method to explore these concepts using Python. It includes explanations of the conversion of concepts into algorithms, and algorithms into code, and examples building in complexity, from…

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Key features

  • Introduces essential mathematical and physical principles and connects them with practice, enabling better interpretation of the results generated using modern CAD tools
  • Provides extensive Python code snippets, readily organized into reusable modules, to illustrate practical implementation

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