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Electrical Machines - Lecture Notes for Electrical Machines Course - cover

Electrical Machines - Lecture Notes for Electrical Machines Course

Dr. Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli

Publisher: Dr. Hidaia Mahmood Alassouli

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Summary

This book includes my lecture notes for electrical machines course.

The book is divided to different learning parts

	Part 1- Apply basic physical concepts to explain the operation and solve problems related to electrical machines.



	Part 2- Explain the principles underlying the performance of three-phase electrical machines.



	Part 3- Analyse, operate and test three-phase induction machines.



	Part 4- Investigate the performance, design, operation, and testing of the three-phase synchronous machine.

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