Electric Machines: Theory, Operating Applications, and Controls / Edition 2by Charles I. Hubert
Pub. Date: 10/28/2001
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Retaining the user-friendly style of the First Edition, the Second Edition of this unique book provides detailed information on the application and safe operation of motors, generators, and transformers at the Technology Level, and includes examples in the use of NEMA and NEC Standards. With an emphasis on current industrial standards, this book/b>/b>… See more details below
Retaining the user-friendly style of the First Edition, the Second Edition of this unique book provides detailed information on the application and safe operation of motors, generators, and transformers at the Technology Level, and includes examples in the use of NEMA and NEC Standards. With an emphasis on current industrial standards, this book presents AC machines and transformers before DC machines, motors before generators, gives more attention to machine characteristics, and makes extensive use of NEMA standards and tables. For Applications Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Marine Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Nuclear Engineers, Operating Engineers, and Petroleum Engineers, who want an easy-to-understand, yet detailed explanation of the current industrial standards in the field of Electronics.
- Prentice Hall
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- New Edition
- Product dimensions:
- 7.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.40(d)
Table of Contents
1. Magnetics, Electromagnetic Forces, Generated Voltage, and Energy Conversion.
2. Transformer Principles.
3. Transformer Connections, Operation, & Specialty Transformers.
4. Principles of Three-Phase Induction Motors.
5. Classification, Performance, Applications, and Operation of Three-Phase Induction Machines.
6. Single-Phase Induction Motors.
7. Specialty Machines.
8. Synchronous Motors.
9. Synchronous Generators (Alternators).
10. Principles of Direct Current Machines.
11. Direct-Current Motor Characteristics and Applications.
12. Direct-Current Generator Characteristics and Operation.
13. Control of Electric Motors.
A: Balanced Three-Phase System.
B: Three-Phase Stator Windings.
C: Constant-Horsepower, Constant-Torque, and Variable Torque Induction Motors.
D: Selected Graphic Symbols Used in Controller Diagrams.
E: Full-Load Current in Amperes, Direct-Current Motors.
F: Full-Load Current in Amperes, Single-Phase Alternating-Current Motors.
G: Full-Load Current, Two-Phase Alternating-Current Motors (Four Wire).
H: Full-Load Current, Three-Phase Alternating-Current Motors.
I: Representative Transformer Impedances for Single-Phase 60 Hz Transformers.
J: Unit Conversion Factors.
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems.
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