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Welcome To Our Course “Complete Electrical Machines Course For Electrical Engineering”
This course is designed for anyone who would like to learn about electrical machines from A to Z for electrical engineers including DC machines, magnetic circuits, transformers, synchronous machines, and induction machines.
What are you going to learn in this course?
āļø Importance and construction of DC machines.
āļøā Armature winding and emf equation.
āļøā Separately excited DC machine.
āļøā Shunt and series DC machines.
āļøā Types and applications of compound DC motors.
āļøā Torquespeed characteristics and speed control of separately excited DC motor.
āļøā Torquespeed characteristics of series DC motor.
āļøā Starting of DC machine.
āļøā Armature reaction in DC machines.
āļøā Losses in DC machines.
āļøā Dozens of solved examples on all types of DC machines.
āļøā Importance of the magnetic circuit and its application like transformer.
āļøā Difference between linear and non linear materials.
āļøā Important definitions of magnetic circuits, flux linkage and reluctance.
āļøā Analogy between the magnetic and electric circuits , the similarity between them like resistance, reluctance, conductivity, permeability, emf, mmf, Current, flux, magnetic flux density and current density.
āļøā Induced emf , fringing effect and ampere right hand rule or screw rule.
āļøā Importance of transformers and why it is considered as the backbone of the power system.
āļøā Construction of the transformer and its main components
āļøā Iron core which is responsible for the magnetic flux action.
āļøā Magnetic circuit which is represented by the iron core.
āļøā Windings of transformer, types, categories and construction.
āļøā Insulating material between the windings and iron core + transformer oil and its great importance.
āļøā Conservator of transformer which contains oil and its function.
āļøā Breather which is used as filter in transformer.
āļøā Bushings which is important for human safety and protection from instant death.
āļøā Tap changer which is used to control the voltage according to the load variations.
āļøā Cooling tubes for transformer oil cooling and heat dissipation.
āļøā Buchholz relay in transformer for gas detection.
āļøā Explosion vents for protection of transformer in case of internal faults.
āļøā Different methods of cooling of transformer and their corresponding power rating.
āļøā Different types of transformers as power and distribution transformers.
āļøā Difference between single phase core and shell type transformers.
āļøā Difference between three phase core and shell type transformers.
āļøā Comparison between the shell type and core type transformers.
āļøā Theory of operation of transformer.
āļøā Effect of loading on transformer.
āļøā Transformer regulation and efficiency.
āļøā Different losses occurring in transformer.
āļøā Transformer rating.
āļøā Voltage relation in the transformer.
āļøā Approximate and exact equivalent circuits of the transformer.
āļøā Concept of referring in transformer.
āļøā Ideal and nonideal transformers and understand which one of them represents an actual reallife transformer.
āļøā Construction and principle of operation of synchronous generator.
āļøā Principle of operation of synchronous motor.
āļøā Equivalent circuit and phasor diagram of nonsalient synchronous machine.
āļøā Equivalent circuit and phasor diagram of salient synchronous machine.
āļøā Parallel operation of two generators.
āļøā Synchronization of the machine with the grid.
āļøā Dozens of solved examples on synchronous machines salient and nonsalient.
āļøā Construction and theory of operation of induction machines.
āļøā Equivalent circuit and power flow in the induction motor.
āļøā Torquespeed characteristics of induction motor.
āļøā Methods of speed control of induction motor.
āļøā Methods of starting induction motor.
āļøā Principle of operation of doubly fed induction generator.
āļøā Selfexcited induction generator.
āļøā Dozens of solved examples on induction machines.

3Importance And Construction Of DC Machines

4Armature Winding And EMF Equation

5Solved Example 1

6Solved Example 2

7Solved Example 3

8Solved Example 4

9Separately Excited DC Machine

10Shunt And Series DC Machines

11Solved Example 1 On Separately Excited DC Machine

12Solved Example 2 On Separately Excited DC Machine

13Solved Example 3 On Shunt Generator

14Solved Example 4 On Shunt Generator

15Solved Example 5 On Series DC Generator

16Types And Applications Of Compound DC Motors

17TorqueSpeed Characteristics And Speed Control Of Separately Excited DC Motor

18TorqueSpeed Characteristics Of Series DC Motor

19Solved Example 1 On Speed Control

20Solved Example 2 On Speed Control

21Starting Of DC Machine

22Armature Reaction In DC Machines

23Losses In DC Machines

24What Is The Construction of Transformer, Importance and Iron Core?

25Magnetic Circuit Inside Transformer

26Windings of Transformer

27Why are Windings made of Copper ?

28Classification of Windings

29Insulating Material and Transformer Oil

30Conservator of Transformer

31Breather of Transformer

32Bushings of Transformer

33Tap Changer of Transformer

34Cooling Tubes of Transformer

35Buchholz Relay of Transformer

36Explosion Vent in Transformer

37Methods of Cooling in Transformer

38Types of Transformers

39Power Transformer and Distribution Transformer

40Single Phase Core Type Transformer

41Single Phase Shell Type Transformer

42Three Phase Core Type Transformer

43Three Phase Shell Type Transformer

44Shell Type and Core Type CSA Comparison

45Comparison between Shell Type and Core Type Transformers

46Notes

47Video Explaining the Components in 3D and Real Life

48Magnetic Circuits, Induced Emf and Ampere Right Hand Rule

49Magnetic Circuit and Important Definitions

50Linear and Non Linear Materials

51Flux Linkage and Reluctance

52Analogy between Electric and Magnetic Circuits

53Fringing Effect

54Example 1

55Example 2

56Example 3

57Application on Magnetic Circuit (Transformers)

58Introduction to Transformers

59Construction of Transformer

60Theory of Operation

61Ideal Transformer

62Non Ideal Transformer

63Effect of Loading on Transformer

64Transformer Regulation

65Transformer Losses

66Transformer Efficiency

67Transformer Rating

68Question 1

69Question 2

70Question 3

71Example 1

72Voltage Relation of Transformer

73Transformer Exact Equivalent Circuit

74Concept of Refereeing

75Approximate Equivalent Circuit

76Construction And Principle Of Operation Of Synchronous Generator

77Principle Of Operation Of Synchronous Motor

78Equivalent Circuit And Phasor Diagram Of Non Salient Synchronous Machine

79Solved Example 1 On Non Salient Machine

80Solved Example 2 On Non Salient Machine
In this example i would to clarify that the power=VI cosphi and the vertical part is IX cosphi and it is not equal to the power but the power is directly with it, as Icosphi increases then the power will increase.

81Solved Example 3 On Non Salient Machine

82Solved Example 4 On Non Salient Machine

83Solved Example 5 On Non Salient Machine

84Solved Example 6 On Non Salient Machine

85Equivalent Circuit And Phasor Diagram Of Salient Synchronous Machine

86Solved Example 1 On Salient Machine

87Solved Example 2 On Salient Machine

88Solved Example 3 On Salient Machine

89Parallel Operation Of Two Generators

90Synchronization Of Machine With Grid
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