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Electric Machines: Theory, Operating Applications, and Controls, 2/e

Electric Machines:  Theory, Operating Applications, and Controls,  2/e

Author(s):
  • Charles I. Hubert
  • Author: Charles I. Hubert
    • ISBN:9788131708026
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8131708020
    • Price:Rs. 829.00
    • Pages:624
    • Imprint:Pearson Education
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    Ratings:

    Retaining the student-friendly style of the First Edition, this unique text fills a gap in the available Electronics and Computer Technology texts by devoting more time to current industrial requirements. It 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. The “self-contained” nature of each chapter gives instructors significant freedom in course development.

    Table of Content

    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.

    Salient Features

    • Section on high-efficiency motors.
    • DC machines are presented in a stand-alone section.
    • More time is devoted to machine characteristics than armature windings.
    • NEMA and NEC standards—Introduced in the solution of application-type problems.
    • Summary of equations—Listed at the end of each chapter.
    • 276 homework problems.