Class Notes

The sections in the handboek that (will be / was) covered, will be shown here:

WEEK

DATE

MONDAY

TUESDAY

THURSDAY

1 3 Feb. −
7 Feb.
Introduction to Electrical Drive Systems 324 & discussion of the Study Guide 1.1 − 1.3 (also have a look again at Newton's 1st, 2nd & 3rd Laws) 1.4 − 1.5 (also have a look again at Hambley Ch. 15.1 − 15.4)
2 10 Feb. −
10 Feb.
1.6 − 1.8 & (also have a look again at Hambley Ch. 15.1 & 16.2) 1.8 & & 7.1 (also have a look again at Hambley Ch. 15.1 & 16.2) 7.1, 7.2, [leave out 7.3 completely], 7.5 [only eq. (7-38) & (7-49)], 7.7 [only eq. (7-55) & (7-56) for now] & 8.2 (also have a look again at Hambley Ch. 16.2 − 16.4)
[Scanned Lecture]
3 17 Feb. −
21 Feb.
7.4 (ignore L di/dt voltages & compensating windings), 7.7 & 8.2 7.7, & 8.2, 8.4 & 8.10
[Scanned Lecture]
8.1 (see also 8.11), 8.2, 8.3 (see also 8.12) & introduction to 8.4
[Scanned Lecture]
4 25 Feb. −
28 Feb.
8.4 (N.B., but ignore "Non linear analysis of Shunt DC Motors", i.e. we ignore the effect of armature reaction)
[Scanned Lecture]
8.4 (continue), 8.5, 8.8 (only w.r.t. the use of a starting resistor), 8.9 (from a systems approach) 8.10, 8.11, 8.12 (N.B., but ignore "Non linear analysis of Separately Excited DC Generators", i.e. we ignore the effect of armature reaction), 8.13 (ignore the graphical analysis), 8.17
[Scanned Lecture]
5 3 Mar. −
7 Mar.
3.1 (very similar to the DC machine), 3.2 (read only), 3.3 (read only), 3.4, 3.5 en 3.7 & 3.8 (very similar to the DC machine) 4.1 (read only), 4.2, 4.3, 4.4 (again look at 3.5), 4.5 & 4.6 4.6 (cont., all N.B.), 4.7 (ignore "The Short Circuit Ratio"), 4.9 (intro) & 5.4 (N.B.)
[Scanned Lecture]
6 10 Mar. −
14 Mar.
3.5 & 4.9 (only with regard to the infinite bus − ignore "speed droop (SD)" characteristics & "house diagrams")
[Scanned Lecture]
4.9 (only with regard to the infinite bus − ignore "speed droop (SD)" characteristics & "house diagrams"), 5.2 (ignore "V−diagrams") & 5.4 (all N.B.)
[Scanned Lecture]
4.8 (Example 4−2,) vs. 4.9 (only with regard to the infinite bus − ignore "speed droop (SD)" characteristics & "house diagrams"), 4.10 (skip), 4.11 (N.B.) & 4.12
[Scanned Lecture]
7 17 Mar. −
21 Mrt.

4.11 N.B. (must be able to "deduce" Fig. 4−49) 4.12, 5.1, 5.2 (N.B., but ignore "V-curves"), 5.3, 5.4 (N.B.), 5.5.
[Scanned Lecture]
Hersiening

[Scanned Lecture]

9 7 Apr. −
11 Apr.

6.0 & 6.1 (read only) en 6.2 & 6.3 (intro) − both N.B.
[Scanned Lecture]
[Wildi Chapter 13.0−3]
6.3 (cont) & 6.4 (introboth N.B.
[Scanned Lecture]
6.4 (cont) & 6.5 both N.B.
[Scanned Lecture]
10

14 Apr. −
18 Apr.

The solution method of Example 6−3 vs. that done in Section 6.5 − N.B.
[Scanned Lecture]
The solution method of Example 6−3 vs. Section 6.5 (cont.) − N.B., 6.6 & 6.7 (just read through both) & 6.11 (only important for the practical)
[Scanned Lecture]

[Python Script] to demonstrate the effect of external rotor resistors
See also [Python Plot]
6.9 & discussion of the constant Volts−per−Hertz principle, 6.10 (leave for now), 6.12, 6.13br> [Scanned Lecture]

[Python Script] to demonstrate the Volts-per-Herz control principle.
[Python Plot] with Vboost=0V
[Python Plot] with Vboost=40V
11

21 Apr. −
25 Apr.

The different switch gear used in industrial motor control + Direct On Line (D.O.L.) switching of an induction motors
See also:
[Supplementary Notes]
D.O.L. continue + additional control options
See also:
[Supplementary Notes]
12 28 Apr. −
2 May
Reduced voltage starting methods + Forward/Reverse switching of an induction motors & interlocking
See also:
[Supplementary Notes]
13 5 May −
9 May
The difference between contactors & power electronic "switches" / components, Introduction to power electronic converters: A simple DC-DC power electronic converter
[Supplementary Notes]
[Scanned Lecture]
A Single quadrant DC-DC converter for speed control of DC motors.
[Supplementary Notes]
[Scanned Lecture]
A Two quadrant DC-DC converter for speed control of DC motor that also allow for regenerative braking. [Supplementary Notes]
[Scanned Lecture]
14 12 May −
16 May
A two quadrant DC-DC converter (continue) + The non ideal behaviour of power electronic "switches" − the IGBT & diode
[Supplementary Notes]
[Scanned Lecture]
The non ideal behaviour of power electronic "switches" − the MOSFET + Four quadrant DC-DC converter for forward/reverse speed control of a DC motor with regenerative braking in both directions
[Supplementary Notes]
[Scanned Lecture]
Four quadrant DC-DC converter (continue) + Three-phase DC-AC converters
[Supplementary Notes]

15

13 May −
17 May

The non ideal behaviour of power electronic "switches" − the MOSFET

9.1, 9.2 (ignore cross-field theory) & 9.3

Stepper motor notes (only for interest sake)