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ISE Electric Motors and Control Systems

Electric Motors and Control Systems provides an overview of electric motor operation, selection, installation, and control and maintenance for a range of motor types and control systems. This edition presents the most up-to-date information, which reflects the current needs of the industry and includes coverage of how motors operate in conjunction with their associated control circuitry. Les mer
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Electric Motors and Control Systems provides an overview of electric motor operation, selection, installation, and control and maintenance for a range of motor types and control systems. This edition presents the most up-to-date information, which reflects the current needs of the industry and includes coverage of how motors operate in conjunction with their associated control circuitry. Both older and newer motor technologies are examined.

Topics covered include motor types, controls, installing and maintaining conventional controllers, electronic motor drives and programmable logic controllers. This broad-based approach taken, makes this text viable for a variety of motors and control systems courses. Content is suitable for colleges, technical institutions, vocational/technical schools, as well as apprenticeship and journeymen training. Electrical apprentices and journeymen will find this book to be invaluable as well as information on maintenance and troubleshooting techniques. Personnel involved in the motor maintenance and repair will find this book to be a useful reference text.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1) Safety in the Workplace

Part 1 - Protecting against Electrical Shock

Part 2 - Grounding-Lockout-Codes

2) Understanding Electrical Drawings

Part 1 - Symbols-Abbreviations-Ladder Diagrams

Part 2 - Wiring-Single Line-Block Diagrams

Part 3 - Monitor Terminal Connections

Part 4 - Motor Nameplate and Terminology

Part 5 - Manual and Magnetic Motor Starters

3) Motor Transformers and Distribution Systems

Part 1 - Power Distribution Systems

Part 2 - Transformer Principles

Part 3 - Transformer Connections and Systems

4) Motor Control Devices

Part 1 - Manually Operated Switches

Part 2 - Mechanically Operated Switches

Part 3 - Sensors

Part 4 - Actuators

5) Electric Motors

Part 1 - Motor Principle

Part 2 - Direct Current Motors

Part 3 - Three-Phase Alternating Current

Part 4 - Single-Phase Alternating Current

Part 5 - Alternating Current Motor Drives

Part 6 - Motor Selection

Part 7 - Motor Installation

Part 8 - Motor Maintenance and Troubleshooting

6) Contractors and Motor Starters

Part 1 - Magnetic Contractor

Part 2 - Contractor Ratings, Enclosures, and Solid-State Types

Part 3 - Motor Starters

7) Relays

Part 1 - Electromechanical Control Relays

Part 2 - Solid-State Relays

Part 3 - Timing Relays

Part 4 - Latching Relays

Part 5 - Relay Control Logic

8) Motor Control Circuits

Part 1 - NEC Motor Installation Requirements

Part 2 - Motor Starting

Part 3 - Motor Reversing and Jogging

Part 4 - Motor Stopping

Part 5 - Motor Speed

9) Motor Control Electronics

Part 1 - Semiconductor Diodes

Part 2 - Transistors

Part 3 - Thyristors

Part 4 - Integrated Circuits (ICs)

10) Adjustable-Speed Drives and PLC Installations

Part 1 - AC Motor Drive Fundamentals

Part 2 - VFD Installation and Programming Parameters

Part 3 - DC Motors Drive Fundamentals

Part 4 - Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs)

Om forfatteren

Frank D. Petruzella has extensive practical experience in the electrical control field, as well as many years experience teaching and authoring textbooks. Before becoming a full time educator, he was employed as an apprentice and electrician in areas of electrical installation and maintenance. He holds a Master of Science degree from Niagara University, a Bachelor of Science degree from the State University of New York College - Buffalo, as well as diplomas in Electrical Power and Electronics from the Erie County Technical Institute.