Electricity 3: Power Generation and Delivery / Edition 6by Walter N. Alerich, Jeff Keljik, Jeffrey J. Keljik
Pub. Date: 03/28/1996
Publisher: Cengage Delmar Learning
The third book in Delmar's Electricity 1-4 series, Electricity 3: Power, Generation and Delivery, 7th Edition introduces readers to DC and AC generation and distribution of power, including 3-phase power and transformers. Both AC and DC generators are explained in terms of operations and connection styles. Single-phase and three-phase generators and parallel… See more details below
The third book in Delmar's Electricity 1-4 series, Electricity 3: Power, Generation and Delivery, 7th Edition introduces readers to DC and AC generation and distribution of power, including 3-phase power and transformers. Both AC and DC generators are explained in terms of operations and connection styles. Single-phase and three-phase generators and parallel connections are presented in detail, as well as transformers with various connections. This edition features new and improved photos and diagrams to better enable readers to tie theory and practice together into real-life situations. Any references to the National Electrical Code® have been updated, and some chapter material has also been rearranged to improve continuity. Specific objectives precede the introduction of each topic, while summaries and quiz items enable readers to measure their progress at the end of each chapter.
Table of ContentsPreface. 1-Operating Principles of DC Generators. 2-The Separately Excited DC Generator. 3-The Self Excited Shunt Generator. 4-Compound Wound DC Generator. 5-Summary of Units 1-4. 6-Single Phase AC Generation Principles. 7-Introduction to Polyphase Circuits. 8-The Three Phase Wye Connection. 9-The Three Phase Delta Connection. 10-Summary of Units 6-9. 11-Physical and Electrical Characteristics of Three Phase Alternators. 12-Engine Driven Generating Sets. 13-Parallel Operation of Three Phase Alternators. 14-Wiring for Alternators. 15-Summary of Units 11-14. 16-Basic Principles of Transformers. 17-Single Phase Transformers. 18-The Single Phase, Three Wire Secondary System. 19-Single Phase Transformers Connected in Delta. 20-Single Phase Transformers Connected in a Wye Installation. 21-Wye and Delta Connections of Single Phase Transformers. 22-Instrument Transformers. 23-Three Phase Transformers. 24-National Electrical Code Requirements for Transformer Installations. 25. Summary of Power Transformers Units 16-24. Glossary. Index.
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