# Reluctance machine

Xem 1-8 trên 8 kết quả Reluctance machine
• ### Ebook Electric machinery (6th edition): Part 2

(BQ) Part 2 book "Electric machinery" has contents: DC machines, variable-reluctance machines and stepping motors, single-and two-phase motors, introduction to power electronics, speed and torque control.

• ### Lecture Electromechanical energy conversion: Variable – Reluctance machines and stepping motors - Nguyễn Công Phương

In this chapter, you learned to: Basics of VRM analysis, practical VRM configurations, current waveforms for torque production, nonlinear analysis, stepping motors.

• ### Analytical Method of Torque Calculation for Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines

This paper introduces a new analytical method for performing the output torque calculations of an interior permanent magnet synchronous motor (IPMSM) including both permanent magnet and reluctance torque components.

• ### Power Electronic Handbook P13

The concept of switched reluctance machines (SRMs) was established as early in 1838 by Davidson and was used to propel a locomotive on the Glasgow–Edinburgh railway near Falkirk [1]. However, the full potential of the motor could not be utilized with the mechanical switches available in those days. The advent of fast-acting power semiconductor switches revived the interest in SRMs in the 1970s when Professor Lawrenson’s group established the

• ### Power Electronic Handbook P9

Introduction • Construction of PMSM Drive Systems • Simulation and Model • Controlling the PMSM • Advanced Topics in PMSM Drives 13 Switched Reluctance Machines Iqbal Husain Introduction • SRM Conﬁguration • Basic Principle of Operation • Design •

• ### STOCHASTIC OPTIMIZATION SEEING THE OPTIMAL FOR THE UNCERTAIN

Stochastic Optimization Algorithms have become essential tools in solving a wide range of difficult and critical optimization problems. Such methods are able to find the optimum solution of a problem with uncertain elements or to algorithmically incorporate uncertainty to solve a deterministic problem. They even succeed in â€œfighting uncertainty with uncertaintyâ€. This book discusses theoretical aspects of many such algorithms and covers their application in various scientific fields

• ### Stochastic Programming

Lagerhaltung dient im Allgemeinen der Anpassung von Angebots- und Nachfrageprozessen, die nicht zusammen passen. So beschreibt es Paul Zipkin in seinem Buch Foundations of Inventory Management [94] sehr treffend. Ziel ist es also die Produktions- oder Beschaffungsabläufe mit den Nachfrageprozessen zu verheiraten, ohne dass es zu Problemen in den Kundenbeziehungen kommt, weil nachgefragte Teile nicht geliefert werden können. Lager dienen als Puffer, der in Zeiten geringer Nachfrage die Überproduktion aufnimmt und in Zeiten besonders starker Nachfrage die Unterproduktion ausgleicht.