MATLAB and SIMULINK for Engineers by Agam Kumar TyagiMATLAB and SIMULINK for Engineers by Agam Kumar Tyagi

MATLAB and SIMULINK for Engineers

byAgam Kumar Tyagi

Paperback | January 8, 2012

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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 inelectrical engineering, electrical machines and 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 inthis 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.
Agam Kumar Tyagi is currently Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the College of Engineering Studies, University of Petroleum and 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 p...
Title:MATLAB and SIMULINK for EngineersFormat:PaperbackDimensions:492 pages, 9.84 × 7.48 × 0.84 inPublished:January 8, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198072449

ISBN - 13:9780198072447


Table of Contents

Preface1. Introduction to MATLAB Programming1.1 MATLAB Introduction1.2 Getting started: Step 11.3 Getting started: Step 21.4 Getting started: Step 31.5 Getting started: Step 41.6 SummaryKey termsExercises2. Fundamentals of MATLAB Programming2.1 Variables2.2 Arrays2.3 Matrices2.4 MATLAB operators2.4.1 Arithmetic operators2.4.2 Relational operators2.4.3 Logical operators2.4.4 Operators precedence's2.5 MATLAB graphics2.5.1 Plots2.5.2 Sub plots2.5.3 Other types of plots2.5.3.1 Multiple plots in a graph2.5.3.2 Logarithmic plots a graph2.5.3.3 Various types of two dimensional plots2.5.3.4 Plotting complex numbersensional plots2.5.3.5 Three dimensional plots2.6 Branching and looping functions2.6.1 Branching functions2.6.1.1 If Function2.6.1.2 Switch Function2.6.1.3 Try/catch function2.6.1.4 The error function2.6.2 Looping functions2.6.2.1 For function2.6.2.2 While function2.6.2.3 Break and continue functions2.7 Miscellaneous functions2.7.1 String functions2.7.2 Input/output functions2.7.2.1 Input functions2.7.2.2 Output functions2.8 Programming a three phase source2.9 Additional programs2.10 SummaryKey TermsExercises3. Fundamentals of Simulink3.1 Introduction3.2 Application block sets3.3 Application toolboxes3.3.1 Power system toolbox3.3.2 Control system toolbox3.3.3 The signal processing toolbox3.3.4 The symbolic Math toolbox3.4 Constructing a SIMULINK model3.5 Taking variables from MATLAB3.6 Running and analyzing a SIMULINK model3.7 Discrete time systems3.8 SummaryKey TermsExercises4. Basic Electrical Engineering Applications4.1 Elementary Definitions4.2 Plotting of sine, cosine, triangular, waveforms4.3 Estimation of Average, RMS and peak values4.4 Ohm's law verification4.5 Dependent and Independent voltage and current sources4.6 RLC series parallel circuits Simulation4.7 Resonance phenomenon Simulation4.8 Simulations of Network theorems4.8.1 Superposition Theorem4.8.2 Reciprocity Theorem4.8.3 Thevenin's Theorem4.8.4 Norton's Theorem4.8.5 Maximum power transfer Theorem for AC and DC networks4.9 Measurement of power4.10 Three phase star/delta sources Simulation4.11 Three phase star/delta load Simulation4.12 Transformers: Single and Three phase4.13 Simulation Projects4.13 SummaryKey TermsExercises5. Simulation of Rectifiers5.1 Basic Terms and Definitions5.2 Power Electronic Switches5.3 Uncontrolled rectifiers5.4 Controlled Rectifiers5.5 Half wave rectifiers5.6 Full wave rectifiers5.7 Analysis of rectifiers for various loads5.10 Simulation projects5.11 SummaryKey TermsExercises6. Simulation of Inverters6.1 Introduction6.2 Basic Terms and Definitions6.3 Single phase half wave6.4 Single phase full wave6.5 Single phase full wave6.6 DC to AC converters for various loads6.7 Three-phase 120 ?and 180 ? conduction inverters6.8 Analysis of Dual Converters6.9 Simulation projects6.10 SummaryKey termsExercises7. Simulation of Choppers and Cycloconverters7.1 Introduction7.2 Elementary definitions7.3 Analysis of Buck converter7.4 Analysis of Boost converter7.5 Analysis of Buck-Boost converter7.6 Analysis of Four quadrant chopper7.7 Analysis of step up cycloconverter7.8 Analysis of step down cycloconverter7.9 SummaryKey termsExercises8. Power System Engineering8.1 Introduction8.2 Simulation of a three phase power system8.3 Analysis of transmission system under different faults8.3.1 Voltage Unbalance8.3.2 Voltage Sag/Swell8.3.3 Load Unbalance8.3.4 Short circuit/Open circuit8.3.5 Harmonics8.4 Load flow studies8.5 Power System stability8.6 Load frequency control8.7 Simulation projects8.8 SummaryKey termsExercises9. Control System Engineering and Electrical Machines9.2 Applications in Electrical Machines9.2.1 Simulation of Induction Motor9.2.2 Simulation of Synchronous Motor9.2.3 Simulation of DC series Motor9.2.4 Simulation of DC shunt Motor9.3 Motor Drives9.4 Applications in Control System Engineering9.4.1 Analysis of First order system9.4.2 Analysis of Second order system9.4.3 Analysis of Feedback system9.4.4 Bode plot analysis9.4.5 State Variable model9.4.6 Performance of feedback control system9.5 SummaryKey termsExercises10. Miscellaneous Applications10.1 Applications in Communication Systems10.1.1 Simulation of AM Waveform10.1.2 Simulation of FM waveform10.1.3 Simulation of PM waveform10.1.4 Simulation of Digital transmitting waveforms10.2 Applications in Computer engineering10.2.1 Introduction10.2.2 Animations10.2.3 Special functions10.2.4 Recursions10.2.5 Computer Arts10.3 Applications in Mechanical Engineering10.3.1 Introduction10.3.3 Mass spring system10.3.4 Other Applications10.4 Various Simulation projects10.5 SummaryKey termsExercises11. Simulation of Power Converters11.1 Introduction11.2 Introduction to Matrix Converter11.3 Basics of Matrix Converter11.3.1 Bi-directional switches11.3.2 Commutation problem11.3.2.1 Four step current commutation11.3.3 Modulation Techniques11.3.3.1 Venturini Method11.3.3.2 Space vector modulation11.3.3.3Min-mid-max modulation11.4 Programming and simulations of matrix converters11.5 Introduction to PWM rectifiers11.5.1 Control techniques11.5.2 Simulation of PWM rectifier11.6 SummaryKey termsExercisesAppendix A: Fourier Series and Laplace TransformAppendix B: Maximum Power Transfer Theorem and EMF Equation of Transformer and DC MachineReferencesBibliographyIndex