The book contains a wide selection of practical low-frequency problems in electromagnetism solved algebraically using the method of qseparation of variables.q The degree of difficulty ranges from simple to very challenging, the latter mainly concerning large two-pole turbogenerators. Where necessary the electrical-machine theory is explained in the text, but it is assumed that the reader has some basic knowledge of electromagnetism. However, the book commences with three short chapters on electromagnetic theory for ease of reference.CHAPTER 4 a PROBLEMS INVOLVING LAPLACEa#39;S EQUATION Poissona#39;s equation (see Equation 1.26) relates the spatial derivatives of the scalar electric potential to the local value of electric charge density. In many problems the electricanbsp;...
|Title||:||Low-Frequency Applications of Electromagnetics - With Particular Reference to Electrical Machines|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2011-06|