Controls and Maintenance, 10E
AC/DC MOTORS, CONTROLS, AND MAINTENANCE, 10e delivers practical
coverage of AC/DC motors, controls, and maintenance.
It offers students quick and easy access to
current information on DC motors, AC motors, motor control,
electromechanical and solid-state relays and timers, synchronous
motors, installation, sensyn units, motor maintenance, and more.
The text combines thorough explanations of how
systems work with relevant, hands-on examples of electrical system
operation to develop troubleshooting skills.
- Extremely reader friendly, ELECTRICITY
4: AC/DC MOTORS, CONTROLS, AND MAINTENANCE, 10E delivers
short, easy-to-read chapters that provide students with a quick
reference for specific topics.
- Control systems using programmable and
electronics controls are included in coverage of the advancement
of control systems.
- Current and past technologies are
thoroughly examined in conjunction with older technologies still
in use, providing the necessary information to transition to
- Formulas and examples are explained
step-by-step, and solutions are provided to reinforce processes
and help in application and comprehension.
New to This Edition:
- Providing the
most current coverage available, ELECTRICITY 4: AC/DC
MOTORS, CONTROLS, AND MAINTENANCE, 10E is completely
updated to the 2011 National Electrical Code®.
- It includes
the most current information on energy efficient motor
- Updated photos
and drawings give students realistic visuals to help
information on DC motor control.
- Chapters are
reorganized to provide a better sequence of learning.
- Solid state
starters and controls reflect the latest industry
1. The DC Shunt
2. The DC Series
3. DC Compound
4. Summary Review
of Units 1-3
5. Starting and
Operating DC Motors.
6. Electronic DC
DC Variable Speed Control.
8. DC Motor
Basic Principles of Automatic Motor Control.
Relays and Timers.
Summary of Units 5-10.
Three Phase AC Induction Motors.
Starting Three Phase Induction Motors.
Controllers for Three Phase Motors.
Solid State Starters and Controls.
Wound Rotor Induction Motor.
The Synchronous Motor.
Summary of Units 12-17.
Single Phase AC Motors.
Special Motor Application.
Universal, Series and Repulsion Motors.
Energy Efficiency and Motors.
Three Phase Motor Installations and the NEC.
Single Phase and DC Motor Installation and the NEC.
Summary of Units 19-25.
About the Author:
Jeff Keljik is a graduate
of Dunwoody College of Technology and has a bachelor's
degree from Metropolitan State University. He served as head of the
electrical department at Dunwoody College of Technology from 1982 to
1998, and played an integral part in developing their Electrical
Design and Management program.
The recipient of both the 1993
Kraemer Fellowship Award for new technology education and an award
for International Technical Teacher Education, Jeff also holds a
master's degree and a Journeyman's
license from the State of Minnesota.
He is an Executive Board Member
for the North Central Electrical League and serves on the Education
Committee for the Minnesota Electrical Association. Jeff has
co-written many courses for NEC® updates, examination preparation
courses, and apprenticeship materials.
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