An object-oriented graphical approach for teaching electric machinery analysis
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This paper presents a teaching method used at the Naval Postgraduate School for electric machinery analysis. An objected-oriented, graphical tool for real-time simulation of electric machines is described. An undergraduate exercise is detailed to show how the use of the new analysis techniques significantly enhances the learning process. Rapid modeling of electric machines and subsequent simulation results encourage the student to explore machine behavior under a variety of transient and steady state operating conditions, thus significantly broadening the students knowledge of electric machinery.
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