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1Lecture 01 : Inductance, Self and MutualDownloadDownload
2Lecture 02 : Relationship of Inductances in TransformerDownloadDownload
3Lecture 03 : Equivalent Circuit from Circuit KVL EquationsDownloadDownload
4Lecture 04 : Co-efficient of Coupling , Energy Stored in Coupled CoilsDownloadDownload
5Lecture 05 : A Single Conductor Generator and MotorDownloadDownload
6Lecture 06: Analysis of Single Conductor Generator and MotorDownloadDownload
7Lecture 07: Analysis of Single Conductor Generator and Motor (Contd.)DownloadDownload
8Lecture 08: Flux Density Distribution in Space and Nature emfDownloadPDF unavailable
9Lecture 09: Flux Density Distribution in Space and Nature emf (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
10Lecture 10: From Linear to Rotating MachineDownloadPDF unavailable
11Lecture 11 : From Linear to Rotating Machine (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
12Lecture 12 : Basic Underlying Principle of Operation of Rotating MachineDownloadPDF unavailable
13Lecture 13 : Basic Underlying Principle of Operation of Rotating Machine (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
14Lecture 14 : Flux Density Distribution along the Air GapDownloadPDF unavailable
15Lecture 15 :Flux Density Distribution along the Air Gap (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
16Lecture 16 : Induced Voltage in a Coil in a Rotating MachineDownloadPDF unavailable
17Lecture 17 : Induced Voltage in a Coil in a Rotating Machine (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
18Lecture 18 : Induced Voltage in a Coil in a Rotating Machine (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
19Lecture 19 : Induced Voltage due to Fundamental and Harmonic Components of Flux Density DistributionDownloadPDF unavailable
20Lecture 20 : Distributed Coils Connected in Series Resultant VoltageDownloadPDF unavailable
21Lecture 21: Distribution FactorDownloadPDF unavailable
22Lecture 22: Pitch Factor and Winding FactorDownloadPDF unavailable
23Lecture 23: How to decide about Short Pitch Angle ϵDownloadPDF unavailable
24Lecture 24: Double Layer 3-phase Winding - An IntroductionDownloadPDF unavailable
25Lecture 25: Winding Table for 3-phase Distributed WindingDownloadPDF unavailable
26Lecture 26 : Winding Table for 3-phase Distributed Winding with ExamplesDownloadPDF unavailable
27Lecture 27 : Winding Table for 3-phase Distributed Winding with Examples (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
28Lecture 28 : 120 degree Phase Spread Winding with ExamplesDownloadPDF unavailable
29Lecture 29 : Winding Table of 120 degree Phase Spread Coils and Group ConnectionDownloadPDF unavailable
30Lecture 30 : Introduction to Rotating Magnetic FieldDownloadPDF unavailable
31Lecture 31 : Rotating Magnetic Field (Contd.) , Mechanical and Electrical SpeedDownloadPDF unavailable
32Lecture 32 : Speed and Direction of Rotating FieldDownloadPDF unavailable
33Lecture 33: Synchronous Speed and How to Calculate Induced Voltage in a CoilDownloadPDF unavailable
34Lecture 34: Introduction to Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
35Lecture 35: Introduction to Induction Motor (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
36Lecture 36: General Expression of Torque in Terms of Stator and Rotor FieldsDownloadPDF unavailable
37Lecture 37: Torque Angle and Torque ExpressionDownloadPDF unavailable
38Lecture 38: How to Fix Up Positions of Net Field, Rotor Field and Stator FieldDownloadPDF unavailable
39Lecture 39: Slip: Its Importance and Range for Motor OperationDownloadPDF unavailable
40Lecture 40: Equivalent Circuit of 3-Phase Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
41Lecture 41: Equivalent Circuit of 3-Phase Induction Motor(Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
42Lecture 42: Equivalent Circuit of 3-Phase Induction Motor (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
43Lecture 43: Expression for Electromagnetic Torque in terms of Equivalent Circuit ParametersDownloadPDF unavailable
44Lecture 44: Maximum Electromagnetic Torque and Slip at Which it OccursDownloadPDF unavailable
45Lecture 45: Typical Torque Slip Characteristic and Operating PointDownloadPDF unavailable
46Lecture 46: Change in Torque-slip Characteristic as Supply Voltage and Rotor Resistance are VariedDownloadPDF unavailable
47Lecture 47: Types of Induction Motor - Slip Ring TypeDownloadPDF unavailable
48Lecture 48: Introduction to Cage Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
49Lecture 49: Cage Motor Can Operate for Different Stator PolesDownloadPDF unavailable
50Lecture 50: Core Loss in Induction Motor and Simplified Equivalent CircuitDownloadPDF unavailable
51Lecture 51: Torque Expression from Simplified Equivalent Circuit and Introduction to Circle DiagramDownloadPDF unavailable
52Lecture 52: Circle Diagram (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
53Lecture 53: Exact Power Flow Diagram and Circle DiagramDownloadPDF unavailable
54Lecture 54: Circle Diagram (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
55Lecture 55: Circle Diagram: Slip LineDownloadPDF unavailable
56Lecture 56: Circle Diagram from Test DataDownloadPDF unavailable
57Lecture 57 : Starting of 3 Phase Induction Motor - IntroductionDownloadPDF unavailable
58Lecture 58 : DOL and Reactor StartingDownloadPDF unavailable
59Lecture 59 : DOL and Auto Transformer StartingDownloadPDF unavailable
60Lecture 60 : Introduction to Speed ControlDownloadPDF unavailable
61Lecture 61 : Idea of VVVF Speed Control of Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
62Lecture 62 : Speed Contro Using Two MotorsDownloadPDF unavailable
63Lecture 63 : Electrical Braking of 3 Phase Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
64Lecture 64 : Braking (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
65Lecture 65 : Introduction to Single Phase Induction Motor - Sequence CurrentsDownloadPDF unavailable
66Lecture 66 : Development of Equivalent CircuitDownloadPDF unavailable
67Lecture 67 : Development of Equivalent Circuit (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
68Lecture 68 : Torque-slip Ch. of 1 ph. I-M Running on Single WindingDownloadPDF unavailable
69Lecture 69 : Introduction to Starting of 1ph. Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
70Lecture 70 : Expression for Starting Torque and Need for Phase SplittingDownloadPDF unavailable
71Lecture 71 : Resistor Split 1 ph. Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
72Lecture 72 : Capacitor Split 1 ph Induction MotorDownloadPDF unavailable
73Lecture 73 : Starting of 1 ph. Induction Motor (Contd.)DownloadPDF unavailable
74Lecture 74 : Synchronous Machine ConstructionDownloadPDF unavailable
75Lecture 75 : Synchronous Generator - IntroductionDownloadPDF unavailable
76Lecture 76 : SynchronisationDownloadPDF unavailable
77Lecture 77 : Expression for Induced Voltage and O.C. Phasor DiagramDownloadPDF unavailable
78Lecture 78 : Loaded Synchronous Generator - Resultant FieldDownloadPDF unavailable
79Lecture 79: Armature Reaction and Synchronous Reactance. Basic Phasor DiagramDownloadPDF unavailable
80Lecture 80: General Mode of Operation - Rotro Field, Stator Field and Resultant FieldDownloadPDF unavailable
81Lecture 81: Complete Phasor Diagram and Expression for Complex PowerDownloadPDF unavailable
82Lecture 82: Synchronous Motor Operation, Phasor Diagram and Power ExpressionDownloadPDF unavailable
83Lecture 83: Effect of Variation of Field Current in GeneratorDownloadPDF unavailable
84Lecture 84: Effect of Variation Field Current in Synchronous Motor, Introduction to Salient Pole MachineDownloadPDF unavailable
85Lecture 85: Analysis of Salient Pole Synchronous MachineDownloadPDF unavailable
86Lecture 86: Phasor Diagram of Salient Pole Synchronous Machine for Generator and Motor ModeDownloadPDF unavailable
87Lecture 87: Expression for Load Angle and Expression for PowerDownloadPDF unavailable
88Lecture 88: Phasor Diagrams of Salient Pole Synchronous Generator under Various ConditionsDownloadPDF unavailable
89Lecture 89: Phasor Diagrams of Salient Pole Synchronous Motor under Various ConditionsDownloadPDF unavailable
90Lecture 90: O.C and S.C Test on Synchronous GeneratorDownloadPDF unavailable