MATLAB and SIMULINK for Engineers

MATLAB and SIMULINK for Engineers

By: Agam Kumar Tyagi (author)Paperback

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Based on the latest version of MATLAB (2010a), the book begins with an introduction to MATLAB programming describing the MATLAB toolbar and SIMULINK toolboxes. Further the various MATLAB operators, functions, and graphics are discussed in detail. Applications of SIMULINK and MATLAB in electrical engineering, electrical machines & power system projects, simulation of rectifiers, inverters, choppers, and cycloconverters is presented in detail. Applications in computer science, communication and mechanical engineering is also discussed. Finally a chapter on recent developments in this area covers topics such as the matrix converter, modulation techniques, and PWM rectifiers. The book provides numerous MATLAB programs tested and run for various projects for different disciplines in engineering. The programs, complete with their outputs, through various screen shots of the MATLAB windows help readers familiarise themselves with the software.

About Author

Agam Kumar Tyagi is currently Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Studies, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Dehradun. An M Tech in Engineering Systems, Prof. Tyagi has taught in various engineering institutes including BITS Pilani and Amity University, Noida. He has published numerous articles in national and international journals of repute. Besides MATLAB and SIMULINK, he is also proficient in MULTISIM and SABER design software

Contents

PREFACE; INTRODUCTION TO MATLAB PROGRAMMING; 1.1 MATLAB INTRODUCTION; 1.2 GETTING STARTED: STEP 1; 1.3 GETTING STARTED: STEP 2; 1.4 GETTING STARTED: STEP 3; 1.5 GETTING STARTED: STEP 4; 1.6 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; FUNDAMENTALS OF MATLAB PROGRAMMING; 2.1 VARIABLES; 2.2 ARRAYS; 2.3 MATRICES; 2.4 MATLAB OPERATORS; 2.4.1 ARITHMETIC OPERATORS; 2.4.2 RELATIONAL OPERATORS; 2.4.3 LOGICAL OPERATORS; 2.4.4 OPERATORS PRECEDENCE'S; 2.5 MATLAB GRAPHICS; 2.5.1 PLOTS; 2.5.2 SUB PLOTS; 2.5.3 OTHER TYPES OF PLOTS; 2.5.3.1 MULTIPLE PLOTS IN A GRAPH; 2.5.3.2 LOGARITHMIC PLOTS A GRAPH; 2.5.3.3 VARIOUS TYPES OF TWO DIMENSIONAL PLOTS; 2.5.3.4 PLOTTING COMPLEX NUMBERSENSIONAL PLOTS; 2.5.3.5 THREE DIMENSIONAL PLOTS; 2.6 BRANCHING & LOOPING FUNCTIONS; 2.6.1 BRANCHING FUNCTIONS; 2.6.1.1 IF FUNCTION; 2.6.1.2 SWITCH FUNCTION; 2.6.1.3 TRY/CATCH FUNCTION; 2.6.1.4 THE ERROR FUNCTION; 2.6.2 LOOPING FUNCTIONS; 2.6.2.1 FOR FUNCTION; 2.6.2.2 WHILE FUNCTION; 2.6.2.3 BREAK & CONTINUE FUNCTIONS; 2.7 MISCELLANEOUS FUNCTIONS; 2.7.1 STRING FUNCTIONS; 2.7.2 INPUT/OUTPUT FUNCTIONS; 2.7.2.1 INPUT FUNCTIONS; 2.7.2.2 OUTPUT FUNCTIONS; 2.8 PROGRAMMING A THREE PHASE SOURCE; 2.9 ADDITIONAL PROGRAMS; 2.10 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; FUNDAMENTALS OF SIMULINK; 3.1 INTRODUCTION;; 3.2 APPLICATION BLOCK SETS; 3.3 APPLICATION TOOLBOXES; 3.3.1 POWER SYSTEM TOOLBOX; 3.3.2 CONTROL SYSTEM TOOLBOX; 3.3.3 THE SIGNAL PROCESSING TOOLBOX; 3.3.4 THE SYMBOLIC MATH TOOLBOX; 3.4 CONSTRUCTING A SIMULINK MODEL; 3.5 TAKING VARIABLES FROM MATLAB; 3.6 RUNNING & ANALYZING A SIMULINK MODEL; 3.7 DISCRETE TIME SYSTEMS; 3.8 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS; 4.1 ELEMENTARY DEFINITIONS; 4.2 PLOTTING OF SINE, COSINE, TRIANGULAR, WAVEFORMS; 4.3 ESTIMATION OF AVERAGE, RMS & PEAK VALUES; 4.4 OHM'S LAW VERIFICATION; 4.5 DEPENDENT & INDEPENDENT VOLTAGE & CURRENT SOURCES; 4.6 RLC SERIES PARALLEL CIRCUITS SIMULATION; 4.7 RESONANCE PHENOMENON SIMULATION; 4.8 SIMULATIONS OF NETWORK THEOREMS; 4.8.1 SUPERPOSITION THEOREM; 4.8.2 RECIPROCITY THEOREM; 4.8.3 THEVENIN'S THEOREM; 4.8.4 NORTON'S THEOREM; 4.8.5 MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER THEOREM FOR AC & DC NETWORKS; 4.9 MEASUREMENT OF POWER; 4.10 THREE PHASE STAR/DELTA SOURCES SIMULATION; 4.11 THREE PHASE STAR/DELTA LOAD SIMULATION; 4.12 TRANSFORMERS: SINGLE & THREE PHASE; 4.13 SIMULATION PROJECTS; 4.13 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; SIMULATION OF RECTIFIERS; 5.1 BASIC TERMS & DEFINITIONS; 5.2 POWER ELECTRONIC SWITCHES; 5.3 UNCONTROLLED RECTIFIERS; 5.4 CONTROLLED RECTIFIERS; 5.5 HALF WAVE RECTIFIERS; 5.6 FULL WAVE RECTIFIERS; 5.7 ANALYSIS OF RECTIFIERS FOR VARIOUS LOADS; 5.10 SIMULATION PROJECTS; 5.11 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; SIMULATION OF INVERTERS; 6.1 INTRODUCTION; 6.2 BASIC TERMS & DEFINITIONS; 6.3 SINGLE PHASE HALF WAVE; 6.4 SINGLE PHASE FULL WAVE; 6.5 SINGLE PHASE FULL WAVE; 6.6 DC TO AC CONVERTERS FOR VARIOUS LOADS; 6.7 THREE-PHASE 120 ?& 180 ? CONDUCTION INVERTERS; 6.8 ANALYSIS OF DUAL CONVERTERS; 6.9 SIMULATION PROJECTS; 6.10 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; SIMULATION OF CHOPPERS & CYCLOCONVERTERS; 7.1 INTRODUCTION;; 7.2 ELEMENTARY DEFINITIONS; 7.3 ANALYSIS OF BUCK CONVERTER; 7.4 ANALYSIS OF BOOST CONVERTER; 7.5 ANALYSIS OF BUCK-BOOST CONVERTER; 7.6 ANALYSIS OF FOUR QUADRANT CHOPPER; 7.7 ANALYSIS OF STEP UP CYCLOCONVERTER; 7.8 ANALYSIS OF STEP DOWN CYCLOCONVERTER; 7.9 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; APPLICATIONS TO POWER SYSTEM; 8.1 INTRODUCTION; 8.2 SIMULATION OF A THREE PHASE POWER SYSTEM; 8.3 ANALYSIS OF TRANSMISSION SYSTEM UNDER DIFFERENT FAULTS; 8.3.1 VOLTAGE UNBALANCE; 8.3.2 VOLTAGE SAG/SWELL; 8.3.3 LOAD UNBALANCE; 8.3.4 SHORT CIRCUIT/OPEN CIRCUIT; 8.3.5 HARMONICS; 8.4 LOAD FLOW STUDIES; 8.5 POWER SYSTEM STABILITY; 8.6 LOAD FREQUENCY CONTROL; 8.7 SIMULATION PROJECTS; 8.8 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; 9.2 APPLICATIONS IN ELECTRICAL MACHINES; 9.2.1 SIMULATION OF INDUCTION MOTOR; 9.2.2 SIMULATION OF SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR; 9.2.3 SIMULATION OF DC SERIES MOTOR; 9.2.4 SIMULATION OF DC SHUNT MOTOR; 9.3 MOTOR DRIVES; 9.4 APPLICATIONS IN CONTROL SYSTEM ENGINEERING; 9.4.1 ANALYSIS OF FIRST ORDER SYSTEM; 9.4.2 ANALYSIS OF SECOND ORDER SYSTEM; 9.4.3 ANALYSIS OF FEEDBACK SYSTEM; 9.4.4 BODE PLOT ANALYSIS; 9.4.5 STATE VARIABLE MODEL; 9.4.6 PERFORMANCE OF FEEDBACK CONTROL SYSTEM; 9.5 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; OTHER APPLICATIONS; 10.1 APPLICATIONS IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS; 10.1.1 SIMULATION OF AM WAVEFORM; 10.1.2 SIMULATION OF FM WAVEFORM; 10.1.3 SIMULATION OF PM WAVEFORM; 10.1.4 SIMULATION OF DIGITAL TRANSMITTING WAVEFORMS; 10.2 APPLICATIONS IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING; 10.2.1 INTRODUCTION; 10.2.2 ANIMATIONS; 10.2.3 SPECIAL FUNCTIONS; 10.2.4 RECURSIONS; 10.2.5 COMPUTER ARTS; 10.3 APPLICATIONS IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING; 10.3.1 INTRODUCTION; 10.3.2 MODELLING OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS; 10.3.3 MASS SPRING SYSTEM; 10.3.4 OTHER APPLICATIONS; 10.4 VARIOUS SIMULATION PROJECTS; 10.5 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS; 11.1 INTRODUCTION; 11.2 INTRODUCTION TO MATRIX CONVERTER; 11.3 BASICS OF MATRIX CONVERTER; 11.3.1 BI-DIRECTIONAL SWITCHES; 11.3.2 COMMUTATION PROBLEM; 10.3.2.1 FOUR STEP CURRENT COMMUTATION; 11.3.3 MODULATION TECHNIQUES; 11.3.3.1 VENTURINI METHOD; 11.3.3.2 SPACE VECTOR MODULATION; 11.3.3.3MIN-MID-MAX MODULATION; 11.4 PROGRAMMING AND SIMULATIONS OF MATRIX CONVERTERS; 11.5 INTRODUCTION TO PWM RECTIFIERS; 11.5.1 CONTROL TECHNIQUES; 11.5.2 SIMULATION OF PWM RECTIFIER; 11.6 SUMMARY; KEY TERMS; EXERCISES; REFERENCES; BIBLIOGRAPHY; INDEX

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  • ISBN13: 9780198072447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 492
  • ID: 9780198072447
  • weight: 710
  • ISBN10: 0198072449

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