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AGAM KUMAR TYAGI

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This CD provides all the MATLAB programs
and SIMULINK models of the book. Each
folder contains the programs discussed in a
particular chapter, e.g. chapter 2 contains the
programs discussed in chapter 2. While going
through the book you can open and execute
these programs in order to view the results.
All the programs are made by the author and
cannot be used without his prior permission.

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Example2_1.m: Program of Example 2.1
matrix_ope.m: Program for matrix operations
Example2_2.m: Program of Example 2.2
Example2_3.m: Program of Example 2.3
Example2_4.m: Program of Example 2.4
Example2_5.m: Program of Example 2.5
Example2_6.m: Program of Example 2.6
Example2_7.m: Program of Example 2.7

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Example2_8.m: Program of Example 2.8
Example2_9.m: Program of Example 2.9
Example2_10.m: Program of Example 2.10
Example2_11.m: Program of Example 2.11
Example2_12.m: Program of Example 2.12
Example2_13.m: Program of Example 2.13
Example2_14.m: Program of Example 2.14
Example2_15.m: Program of Example 2.15

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Example2_16.m: Program of Example 2.16
Example2_17.m: Program of Example 2.17
Example2_18.m: Program of Example 2.18
Example2_19.m: Program of Example 2.19
Example2_20.m: Program of Example 2.20
Example2_21.m: Program of Example 2.21
Example2_22.m: Program of Example 2.22
Example2_23.m: Program of Example 2.23

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Example2_24.m: Program of Example 2.24
Example2_25.m: Program of Example 2.25
Example2_26.m: Program of Example 2.26
Example2_27.m: Program of Example 2.27
Example2_28.m: Program of Example 2.28
Example2_29.m: Program of Example 2.29
Example2_30.m: Program of Example 2.30
Example2_31.m: Program of Example 2.31

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Example2_32.m: Program of Example 2.32
Example2_33.m: Program of Example 2.33

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Commonly_used.mdl: Frequently required blocks
Example3_1.mdl: Model of Example 3.1
Example3_2.mdl: Model of Example 3.2
Example3_3.mdl: Model of Example 3.3
Example3_4.mdl: Model of Example 3.4
Example3_5.mdl: Model of Example 3.5
Example3_6.mdl: Model of Example 3.6

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Example3_7.mdl: Model of Example 3.7
Project_1.mdl: Model of Project 1
Project_2.mdl: Model of Project 2
R_C_ckt.m, R_C_ckt_sfcn.m
& RCckt1.mdl: Project 3

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Example4_1.m: Program of Example 4.1
Example4_2.mdl: Model of Example 4.2
Example4_3.mdl: Model of Example 4.3
Example4_4.mdl: Model of Example 4.4
Example4_5.mdl: Model of Example 4.5
Example4_6.mdl: Model of Example 4.6
Example4_7.mdl: Model of Example 4.7
Example4_8.mdl: Model of Example 4.8

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Example4_9.mdl: Model of Example 4.9
Example4_10.mdl: Model of Example 4.10
Example4_11.mdl: Model of Example 4.11
Example4_12.mdl: Model of Example 4.12
Example4_13.mdl: Model of Example 4.13
Example4_14.mdl: Model of Example 4.14
Example4_15.mdl: Model of Example 4.15
Example4_16.mdl: Model of Example 4.16

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Example4_17.m: Program of Example 4.17
Example4_18.m: Program of Example 4.18
Example4_19.mdl: Model of Example 4.19
Example4_20.mdl: Model of Example 4.20
Example4_21.mdl: Model of Example 4.21
Example4_22.mdl: Model of Example 4.22
Example4_23.mdl: Model of Example 4.23
Example4_24.m: Program of Example 4.24

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Example4_25.mdl: Model of Example 4.25
Example4_26.mdl: Model of Example 4.26
Example4_27.mdl: Model of Example 4.27
Example4_28.mdl: Model of Example 4.28

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halfwave_uncon.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.1
half_uncon_rl.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.3
half_uncon_rc.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.6
fullwave_uncontro.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.9
fullwave_untro_rl.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.11
threephase_halfwave_uncon.mdl: Model of Fig.
5.13
threephase_fullwave_uncon.mdl: Model of Fig.
5.16
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half_contro.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.19
half_contro_rl.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.21
half_contr_rc.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.23
fullwave_contro.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.25
fullwave_controrl.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.27
threephase_halfwave_contr.mdl: Model of Fig.
5.27
threephase_fullwave_con.mdl: Model of Fig. 5.29

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Project_1: Project 1
Project_2: Project 2
Project_3: Project 3
Project_4: Project 4

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half_wave.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.1
full_wave.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.4
full_wave_rl.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.6
full_wave_csi.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.9
three_phase_180.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.12
three_phase_120.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.15
pwm_inverter.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.18
singe_dualconv.mdl: Model of Fig. 6.21

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Project_1: Project 1
Project_2: Project 2
Project_3: Project 3

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Step_down_chopper.mdl: Model of Fig. 7.2
Step_up_chopper: Model of Fig. 7.4
Buck_boost.mdl: Model of Fig. 7.6
Type_a: Model of Fig. 7.8
Type_b: Model of Fig. 7.10
Type_c: Model of Fig. 7.12
Type_d:Model of Fig. 7.14
Type_e: Model of Fig. 7.18

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Current_commutated_chopper.mdl: Model of Fig.
7.20
Voltage_commutated_chopper.mdl: Model of Fig.
7.22
Load_commutated_chopper.mdl: Model of Fig.
7.24
Cycloconverter_stepup: Model of Fig. 7.26
Cycloconverter_stepdown.mdl: Model of Fig. 7.29

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Project_1: Project 1
Project_2: Project 2
Project_3: Project 3

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Power_System_Network: Model of Fig. 8.1
Power_sys: Simulation of power system under
different fault conditions
PS_under_diff_faults: Model of Fig. 8.7
G_S_1: Plots the given function
G_S_2: Finds the roots of a function
G_S_3: Iteratively finds the roots of a function
G_S_4: Finds the roots of a function by G-S
method
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N_R_1: Finds the roots of a given function by N-R
method
N_R_2: Finds the roots of a given function by N-R
method
Project_1: Project 1
Project_2: Project 2
Project_3: Project 3

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First_order_1: Model of Fig. 9.1
Second_order: Plots response of second order
system for unit step input
Secnd_order_2: Plots the impulse, step and ramp
response of second order system
Secondorder_1: Model of Fig. 9.10
Root_locus_1: Root locus plot
Bode_1: Bode plot
Frequency_plots: Frequency plots of a system
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DC_1: Model of Fig. 9.35
DC_2: Model of Fig. 9.41
DC_Series_1: Model of Fig. 9.47
DC_Shunt_1: Model of Fig. 9.54
Three_phase_IM: Model of Fig. 9.59
Three_phase_SM_1: Model of Fig. 9.65
Project_1: Project 1
Project_2: Project 2

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AM: Model of Fig. 10.1
Diff_am: Model of Fig. 10.3
FM: Model of Fig. 10.6
FM_FDM: Frequency modulation and
demodulation
PM: Model of Fig. 10.11
PM_DM: Phase modulation and demodulation
Ask: Model of Fig 10.16

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fsk1: Model of Fig. 10.18
psk: Model of Fig. 10.20
animation_1: Example 10.1
animation_2: Example 10.2
PS_under_diff_faults: Example 10.3
Mech_1: Example 10.4
Project_1: Project 1
Project_2: Project 2

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Project_3: Project 3
Project_4: Project 4
Project_5: Project 5

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