Complete Electrical Machines For Electrical Engineering

Ahmed Mahdy, Electrical Power Engineer

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106 Lessons (14h 8m)
    • 1. Introduction To Electric Machines

      3:05
    • 2. Types Of Electric Machines And Principle Of Electricity Generation

      9:19
    • 3. Importance And Construction Of DC Machines

      26:05
    • 4. Armature Winding And EMF Equation

      39:33
    • 5. Solved Example 1

      4:35
    • 6. Solved Example 2

      3:50
    • 7. Solved Example 3

      7:17
    • 8. Solved Example 4

      6:01
    • 9. Separately Excited Dc Machine

      20:41
    • 10. Shunt And Series Dc Machines

      25:27
    • 11. Solved Example 1 On Separately Excited DC Machine

      6:57
    • 12. Solved Example 2 On Separately Excited DC Machine

      6:54
    • 13. Solved Example 3 On Shunt Generator

      4:12
    • 14. Solved Example 4 On Shunt Generator

      6:41
    • 15. Solved Example 5 On Series DC Generator

      6:01
    • 16. Types And Applications Of Compound DC Motors

      7:19
    • 17. Torque-Speed Characteristics And Speed Control Of Separately Excited Dc Motor

      33:11
    • 18. Torque-Speed Characteristics Of Series DC Motor

      8:12
    • 19. Solved Example 1 On Speed Control

      7:56
    • 20. Solved Example 2 On Speed Control

      5:40
    • 21. Starting Of Dc Machine

      13:38
    • 22. Armature Reaction In DC Machines

      10:24
    • 23. Losses In DC Machines

      3:37
    • 24. What is a Transformer ?

      1:50
    • 25. Importance of Transformer

      3:39
    • 26. Iron Core of Transformer

      3:57
    • 27. Magnetic Circuit Inside Transformer

      4:40
    • 28. Windings of Transformer

      2:53
    • 29. Why are Windings made of Copper

      0:52
    • 30. Classification of Windings

      4:43
    • 31. Insulating Material and Transformer Oil

      2:13
    • 32. Conservator of Transformer

      2:32
    • 33. Breather of Transformer

      3:45
    • 34. Bushings of Transformer

      3:52
    • 35. Tap Changer of Transformer

      3:06
    • 36. Cooling Tubes of Transformer

      0:58
    • 37. Buchholz Relay of Transformer

      1:57
    • 38. Explosion Vent

      2:00
    • 39. Methods of Cooling

      2:43
    • 40. Types of Transformers

      2:41
    • 41. Power Transformer and Distribution Transformer

      5:08
    • 42. Single Phase Core Type Transformer

      4:08
    • 43. Single Phase Shell Type Transformer

      4:32
    • 44. Three Phase Core Type

      1:37
    • 45. Three Phase Shell Type

      1:27
    • 46. Comparison between Shell and Core type CSA

      1:14
    • 47. Notes

      3:12
    • 48. Video Explaining the Components in 3D and Real Life

      4:36
    • 49. Introduction to Magnetic Circuits

      1:43
    • 50. Induced Emf and Current

      3:51
    • 51. Ampere Right Hand Rule

      4:22
    • 52. Magnetic Circuit and Important Definitions

      6:25
    • 53. Linear and Non Linear Materials

      2:39
    • 54. Flux Linkage and Reluctance

      3:32
    • 55. Analogy between Electric and Magnetic Circuits

      5:33
    • 56. Fringing Effect

      1:45
    • 57. Example 1

      6:50
    • 58. Example 2

      2:41
    • 59. Example 3

      5:43
    • 60. Application on Magnetic Circuit

      3:38
    • 61. Introduction to Transformers

      1:58
    • 62. Construction of Transformer

      1:48
    • 63. Theory of Operation

      4:09
    • 64. Ideal Transformer

      4:33
    • 65. Non Ideal Transformer

      2:10
    • 66. Effect of Loading on Transformer

      3:12
    • 67. Transformer Regulation

      2:32
    • 68. Transformer Losses

      3:24
    • 69. Transformer Efficiency

      4:40
    • 70. Transformer Rating

      1:38
    • 71. Question 1

      1:18
    • 72. Question 2

      1:34
    • 73. Question 3

      0:52
    • 74. Example 1

      1:01
    • 75. Voltage Relation of Transformer

      4:21
    • 76. Transformer Exact Equivalent Circuit

      6:06
    • 77. Concept of Refereeing

      4:15
    • 78. Approximate Equivalent Circuit

      2:24
    • 79. Construction And Principle Of Operation Of Synchronous Generator

      29:29
    • 80. Principle Of Operation Of Synchronous Motor

      24:20
    • 81. Equivalent Circuit And Phasor Diagram Of Non Salient Synchronous Machine

      29:11
    • 82. Solved Example 1 On Non Salient Machine

      4:37
    • 83. Solved Example 2 On Non Salient Machine

      10:32
    • 84. Solved Example 3 On Non Salient Machine

      6:51
    • 85. Solved Example 4 On Non Salient Machine

      4:00
    • 86. Solved Example 5 On Non Salient Machine

      7:27
    • 87. Solved Example 6 On Non Salient Machine

      3:27
    • 88. Equivalent Circuit And Phasor Diagram Of Salient Synchronous Machine

      38:36
    • 89. Solved Example 1 On Salient Machine

      9:13
    • 90. Solved Example 2 On Salient Machine

      5:23
    • 91. Solved Example 3 On Salient Machine

      9:47
    • 92. Parallel Operation Of Two Generators

      17:25
    • 93. Synchronization Of Machine With Grid

      10:15
    • 94. Construction And Theory Of Operation Of Induction Machines

      27:01
    • 95. Equivalent Circuit And Power Flow In Induction Motor

      23:26
    • 96. Torque-Speed Characteristics Of Induction Motor

      19:46
    • 97. Solved Example 1 On Induction Motor

      7:36
    • 98. Solved Example 2 On Induction Motor

      6:26
    • 99. Solved Example 3 On Induction Motor

      6:19
    • 100. Solved Example 4 On Induction Motor

      18:05
    • 101. Solved Example 5 On Induction Motor

      13:19
    • 102. Methods Of Speed Control Of Induction Motor

      27:22
    • 103. Methods Of Starting Induction Motor

      21:06
    • 104. Solved Example On Motor Starter

      14:34
    • 105. Principle Of Operation Of Doubly Fed Induction Generator

      10:53
    • 106. Self Excited Induction Generator

      8:19