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Electric Machine Design

Course Learning Objectives 

To teach the design process for electric motors and generators based upon fundamental therories. It supplements electric machine theory for advanced courses in electric machines.

Course Outcome 

A thorough knowledge of the design procedures in design of the electric machines. In addition, it will give a general idea on topics like mechanical, manufacturing and future challenges for machine design.

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Course Video Clips 

The following video files are in .mov format. You will need the QuickTime player to watch these videos.

Courses

Power Systems

Electric Power Systems Electricity Markets Power Generation Operation and Control
Power System Protection          Advanced Power Systems

Power Electronics

Power Electronics Advanced Power Electronics I Advanced Power Electronics II

Electric Machines & Drives

Electrics Machines and Drives Electric Machine Design Vector Control of Drives

Renewable Energy

Wind Energy Essentials

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