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Power Magnetic Devices. A Multi-Objective Design Approach. Edition No. 2. IEEE Press Series on Power and Energy Systems

  • ID: 5349063
  • Book
  • January 2022
  • 656 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

Discover a cutting-edge discussion of the design process for power magnetic devices 

In the newly revised second edition of Power Magnetic Devices: A Multi-Objective Design Approach, accomplished engineer and author Dr. Scott D. Sudhoff delivers a thorough exploration of the principles of design in power magnetic devices like inductors, transformers, electromagnets, and rotating electric machinery. 

The book includes new chapters on numerical methods of magnetic analysis and inverter three-phase filter design and elaborates on characteristics of power electronics that are required knowledge in magnetics. The author provides information on advanced loss models and the characterization of magnetic materials, as well as: 

  • A thorough introduction to evolutionary computing-based optimization and useful magnetic analysis techniques 
  • Discussions of elementary inductor design, force and torque production, and electromagnet design 
  • Treatments of transformer design and conductor losses, as well as inductor design in the context of a buck converter 

Perfect for practicing power engineers and designers, Power Magnetic Devices will also earn a place in the libraries of undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in electromechanical and electromagnetic design, as well as time domain simulation. 

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Author biography [TBC]

Preface

1.            Optimization-Based Design

2.            Magnetics and Magnetic Equivalent Circuits

3.            Introduction to Inductor Design

4.            Force and Torque

5.            Introduction to Electromagnet Design

6.            Magnetic Core Loss and Material Characterization

7.            Transformer Design

8.            Distributed Windings and Rotating Electric Machinery

9.            Introduction to Permanent Magnet AC Machine Design

10.         Introduction to Thermal Equivalent Circuits

11.         AC Conductor Losses

12.         Parasitic Capacitance

13.         Buck Converter Design

14.         3-Phase Inductor Design

15.         Common-Mode Inductor Design

16.         Finite Element Analyiss

Appendix A Conductor Data and Wire Gauges

Appendix B Selected Ferrimagnetic Core Data

Appendix C Selected Magnetic Steel Data

Appendix D Selected Permanent Magnet Data

Appendix E Phasor Analysis

Appendix F Trigonometric Identities

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Scott D. Sudhoff Purdue University, IN.
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