After completing the course, the successful student will have a sufficient understanding of generalized theory of AC electrical machines (dq-theory), enabling them to apply these principles in advanced control of induction motor drives; and have a sufficient understanding of mathematical formulations for static and quasistatic electromagnetic field problems, enabling them to apply these principles in analysis and design of certain mechatronic system components.
Part 1: Advanced modelling of electrical machines. Space vectors, dq-theory and vector control of induction motor drives.
Part 2: Short review of Maxwell’s equations. Formulations and solutions for selected static and quasistatic electromagnetic field problems.
Teaching methods and workload
Lectures, exercises and project work (individual or groups of 2-3 students).