By S.K. Pillai
This advent to electric drives bargains with elements of either DC and AC vehicles, the dynamics of the force procedure, inherent regular nation features of DC and AC vehicles, and the sorts of equipment used to switch those features to fit particular necessities. the writer discusses an important brief approaches: beginning and braking and assorted equipment used to estimate the ranking of vehicles subjected to assorted load cycles. One bankruptcy is dedicated to the more and more renowned thyristor managed force. Solved and unsolved difficulties are supplied to demonstrate the options offered.
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A First Course on Electrical Drives by S.K. Pillai