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Column: “An engineer’s diary”
[No. 36] Some essential features of the induction motor – 1
The column “An engineer’s diary” by Prof. Miller is available on the JMAG website.
It is updated once a month, and the following columns have been published this month.
In this column, you will learn about the stator winding defines of induction motors.
There are also exercises, so try drawing in your mind. Please challenge!
You can also make inquiries to Prof. Miller if you have any questions. There is a comment form at the bottom of each column page. If you have any comment for “An engineer’s diary”, please!!
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Prof.Miller, an authority on motor design, has also written a motor design book “Design of Brushless Permanent-Magnet Machines” (known as Green Book), and many of you may be familiar with it.
Prof.Miller has written a special column, and currently more than 30 columns are published on the JMAG website.
The contents of this column is diverse such as from motor design to engineer training.
In addition, we have published columns on various themes.
Please have a look along with “On-demand Webinar: Brush up on Motor Design!”.
On-demand Webinar with subtitles in multilingual
JMAG&PSIM Users Conference 2021
This is to announce that the European JMAG distributor POWERSYS will be holding the JMAG&PSIM Users Conference 2021.
This conference will center around case studies using JMAG and PSIM, and will be held online from September 27th to October 1st, 2021.
Experts and developers in the field of electricity and power electronics will be in assembly at the conference, with those from countries outside of Europe also more than welcome to take part.
We look forward to your participation.
Please see the following page for the details.