Since the previous Symposium in 1984, important developments have been made in the field of power electronics. The use of solid-state converters in association with electrical machines has steadily increased in numerous industrial applications. The papers on this subject range from specialized models of particular devices to the automatic generation of computer programs, in view of the study of systems containing electrical machines associated with solid-state converters and their controls. There are also papers describing global models of specific machine-converters assemblies. The search for a better representation of electrical machines leads to studies of non-linear equations to represent saturation. Such phenomena as ``cross-magnetization'' are presently under investigation. Papers related to these questions are included in these proceedings. Similarly, in order to perform accurate simulations, it is important to know the values of the parameters to be used. Discussions of some identification methods are included. Some developments in the domain of transmission lines, transformers and electrical networks are also presented. In addition to specialized papers on various subjects such as linear motors or reflectometers, a very interesting paper on the representation of electrical machines on microcomputers is included.Papers related to these questions are included in these proceedings. Similarly, in order to perform accurate simulations, it is important to know the values of the parameters to be used.
|Title||:||Modelling and simulation of electrical machines and power systems|
|Author||:||J. Robert, Dinh Khuong Tran, International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation|
|Publisher||:||North Holland - 1988|