I'll have to edit later when I'm at home with the title of my motor controls book I used in college, but it was really handy and had some really good explanations for all kinds of motors and transformers and such (as well as a lot of other subjects related to motors that we didn't cover). It was all red and I'm pretty sure it was the 5th edition, but I'll need to check when I get home.
As for simulations, if you have access to MatLab you can get the Simulink plugin. Simulink lets you simulate pretty much anything related to electricity and mechanics.Here is a link
to a bunch of stuff that is used in my school's motor controls course. The links there can provide a basic Simulink tutorial to simulate a motor. You can tweak the settings of the simulation to get different conditions, as well. You should also take a look at the hardware experiment manuals to supplement the software ones since the software simulations are exactly the same as the hardware, in terms of what's happening to the motor, though you won't have access to the hardware equipment that we did in our power lab to actually run the experiment.
Just a note, that website hasn't been used in a long time, as that professor no longer teaches the course. But the material is largely the same.
Uber late edit: The book is called "Electric Machinery Fundamentals" by Chapman. I have the 4th edition, but this link is for the 5th edition. Great book for this kind of stuff.http://www.amazon.com/Electric-Machiner ... 0073529540