Dominik Bortis: Katalogdaten im Herbstsemester 2022
|Name||Herr Dr. Dominik Bortis|
ETH Zürich, ETL I 19
|Telefon||+41 44 632 61 47|
|Departement||Informationstechnologie und Elektrotechnik|
|227-0517-10L||Fundamentals of Electric Machines||6 KP||4G||D. Bortis, R. Bosshard|
|Kurzbeschreibung||This course introduces to different electric machine concepts and provides a deeper understanding of their detailed operating principles. Different aspects arising in the design of electric machines, like dimensioning of magnetic and electric circuits as well as consideration of mechanical and thermal constraints, are investigated. The exercises are used to consolidate the concepts discussed.|
|Lernziel||The objective of this course is to convey knowledge on the operating principles of different types of electric machines. Further objectives are to evaluate machine types for given specifications and to acquire the ability to perform a rough design of an electrical machine while considering the versatile aspects with respect to magnetic, electrical, mechanical and thermal limitations. Exercises are used to consolidate the presented theoretical concepts.|
|Inhalt||‐ Fundamentals in magnetic circuits and electromechanical energy|
‐ Force and torque calculation.
‐ Operating principles, magnetic and electric modelling and design
of different electric machine concepts: DC machine, AC machines
(permanent magnet synchronous machine, reluctance machine
and induction machine).
‐ Complex space vector notation, rotating coordinate system (dq-transformation).
‐ Loss components in electric machines, scaling laws of
‐ Mechanical and thermal modelling.
|Skript||Lecture notes and associated exercises including correct answers|