Electrical Machines,Drives and Power Systems – Theodore Wildi – 6th Edition

Description

This best-selling book employs a theoretical, practical, multidisciplinary to provide introductory users with a broad understanding of modern power. The scope of the book reflects the rapid changes that have occurred in power technology over the past few years–allowing the entrance of into every facet of industrial drives, and expanding the field to open more career opportunities. The author covers thefundamentals of electricity, and , and heat, electrical machines and transformers, electrical and drives, and electric utility power systems. For managers of electrical utilities, electricians, electrical contractors and electrical maintenance personnel.

Table of Content

PART 1 FOUNDATIONS

1. Units
2. Fundamentals of electricity, magnetism and circuits.
3. Basics of mechanics and heat.

PART 2 ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND TRANSFORMERS

4. Direct Current Generators
5. Direct current motors
6. Efficiency and heating of electrical machines
7. Active, reactive and apparent power.
8. Three-phase circuits
9. The ideal transformer
10. Practical transformers
11. Special transformers
12-Three-phase Transformers
13. Three-phase induction motors
14. Selection and application of three-phase induction machines
15.Circuit equivalent of the induction motor
16. Synchronous Generators
17. Synchronous Motors
18. Single-phase motors
19- Stepper or stepper motors.

PART 3 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC CONTROLS

20. Fundamentals of industrial engine control
21. Fundamentals of Power Electronics
22. Electronic control of direct current motors.
23- Electronic control of AC motors.

PART 4 ​​ELECTRICAL POWER, GENERATION, TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS

24. Generation of electrical energy
25. Transmission of electrical energy
26. Distribution of electrical energy
27. The cost of electricity
28. Direct current transmission.
29. Solid state transmission and distribution controllers.
30. Harmonics.
31. Programmable logic controllers.

Appendices:

Conversion tables.
Properties of insulation materials.
Electrical, mechanical and thermal properties of some common conductors (insulators).
Properties of round copper conductors.

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