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### Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis

Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis. Instructor: Prof. Shrikrishna V. Kulkarni, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay. The course consists of theory and applications of Finite Element Method (FEM). This numerical technique, applied for solving partial differential equations, is popularly used by researchers and practicing engineers for design, development and optimization of electrical equipment and machines. (from nptel.ac.in)

 Introduction

 Lecture 01 - Course Outline and Introduction Lecture 02 - Analytical and Numerical Methods Lecture 03 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Vector Algebra and Coordinate Systems Lecture 04 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Vector Calculus and Electrostatics Lecture 05 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Current Densities and Electric Fields in Materials Lecture 06 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Electrostatic Boundary Conditions and Shielding Lecture 07 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Magnetostatics Lecture 08 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Magnetic Forces and Materials Lecture 09 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Time Varying Fields Lecture 10 - Revisiting EM Concepts: Theory of Eddy Currents Lecture 11 - FEM: Variational Approach Lecture 12 - Finding Functional for PDEs Lecture 13 - Whole Domain Approximation Lecture 14 - 1D FEM: Problem Definition and Shape Function Lecture 15 - 1D FEM: Procedure Lecture 16 - 1D FEM: Scilab Code Lecture 17 - 2D FEM: Problem Definition and Shape Functions Lecture 18 - 2D FEM: Procedure Lecture 19 - 2D FEM Scilab Code: Manual Meshing Lecture 20 - 2D FEM Code: Gmsh and Scilab Lecture 21 - Computation of B and H Field and Method of Weighted Residuals Lecture 22 - Galerkin Method Lecture 23 - Calculation of Leakage Inductance of a Transformer Lecture 24 - Calculation of Inductance of an Induction Motor and a Gapped Core Shunt Reactor Lecture 25 - Insulation Design using FE Analysis Lecture 26 - Quadratic Finite Elements Lecture 27 - Time Harmonic FE Analysis Lecture 28 - Calculation of Eddy Current Losses Lecture 29 - Eddy Losses in Transformer Windings Lecture 30 - Torque Speed Characteristics of an Induction Motor and FE Analysis of Axisymmetric Problem Lecture 31 - Permanent Magnets: Theory Lecture 32 - Permanent Magnets: FEM Implementation Lecture 33 - Periodic and Antiperiodic Boundary Conditions in Rotating Machines Lecture 34 - FE Analysis of Rotating Machines Lecture 35 - Voltage Fed Coupled Circuit Field Analysis Lecture 36 - Current Fed Coupled Circuit Field Analysis Lecture 37 - Transient FE Analysis Lecture 38 - Nonlinear FE Analysis Lecture 39 - Computation of Forces using Maxwell Stress Tensor Lecture 40 - Computation of Force using Virtual Work Method

 References Electrical Equipment and Machines: Finite Element Analysis Instructor: Prof. Shrikrishna V. Kulkarni, Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay. The course consists of theory and applications of Finite Element Method (FEM).