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EE 4400 - Electrical Machines


Prerequisite(s): EE 3100.
The application of electromagnetic theory to electric machine design and operation. Magnetic fields, magnetic circuits, and magnetic energy storage are reviewed. Three-phase power systems are introduced. The principles and operating characteristics of transformers and rotating electrical machines are emphasized. Energy formulations are used to provide a common approach to the study of a variety of AC and DC machines including variable reluctance motors and induction motors. Laboratory experiments with rotating electrical machines are performed in the concurrent Machines and Controls Laboratory. 3 credit hours. (3 plus 0) Credit(s): 3 (3 plus 0)



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