Industrial Motor Control - 7th Edition - by Stephen Herman - ISBN 9781133691808
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Industrial Motor Control
7th Edition
Stephen Herman
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781133691808

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Chapter 11 - Limit SwitchesChapter 12 - Phase Failure RelaysChapter 13 - Solenoid And Motor-operated ValvesChapter 14 - Temperature-sensing DevicesChapter 15 - Hall Effect SensorsChapter 16 - Proximity DetectorsChapter 17 - PhotodetectorsChapter 18 - Basic Control CircuitsChapter 19 - Schematics And Wiring Diagrams (circuit 1)Chapter 20 - Timed Starting For Three Motors (circuit 2)Chapter 21 - Float Switch Control Of A Pump And Pilot Lights (circuit 3)Chapter 22 - Developing A Wiring Diagram (circuit 1)Chapter 23 - Developing A Wiring Diagram (circuit 2)Chapter 24 - Developing A Wiring Diagram (circuit 3)Chapter 25 - Reading Large Schematic DiagramsChapter 26 - Installing Control SystemsChapter 27 - Hand-off-automatic ControlsChapter 28 - Multiple Push Button StationsChapter 29 - Forward-reverse ControlChapter 30 - Jogging And InchingChapter 31 - Sequence ControlChapter 32 - Dc MotorsChapter 33 - Starting Methods For Dc MotorsChapter 34 - Solid-state Dc DrivesChapter 35 - Stepping MotorsChapter 36 - The Motor And Starting MethodsChapter 37 - Resistor And Reactor Starting For Ac MotorsChapter 38 - Autotransformer StartingChapter 39 - Wye-delta StartingChapter 40 - Part Winding StartersChapter 41 - Consequent Pole MotorsChapter 42 - Variable Voltage And Magnetic ClutchesChapter 43 - BrakingChapter 44 - Wound Rotor Induction MotorsChapter 45 - Synchronous MotorsChapter 46 - Variable Frequency ControlChapter 47 - Motor InstallationChapter 48 - Developing Control CircuitsChapter 49 - TroubleshootingChapter 50 - Digital LogicChapter 51 - The Bounceless SwitchChapter 52 - Start-stop Push Button ControlChapter 53 - Programmable Logic ControllersChapter 54 - Programming A PlcChapter 55 - Analog Sensing For Programmable ControllersChapter 56 - SemiconductorsChapter 57 - The Pn JunctionChapter 58 - The Zener DiodeChapter 59 - Light-emitting Diodes And PhotodiodesChapter 60 - The TransistorChapter 61 - The Unijunction TransistorChapter 62 - The ScrChapter 63 - The DiacChapter 64 - The TriacChapter 65 - The 555 TimerChapter 66 - The Operational Amplifier

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INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROL 7E is an integral part of any electrician training. Comprehensive and up to date, this book provides crucial information on basic relay control systems, programmable logic controllers, and solid state devices commonly found in an industrial setting. Written by a highly qualified and respected author, you will find easy-to-follow instructions and essential information on controlling industrial motors and commonly used devices in contemporary industry. INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROL 7E successfully bridges the gap between industrial maintenance and instrumentation, giving you a fundamental understanding of the operation of variable frequency drives, solid state relays, and other applications that employ electronic devices.

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What are typical uses of flow switches? What is the primary use of a limit switch?A three-phase motor has a nameplate current of 56 amperes. If one phase is lost and the motor begins...What is meant by the statement that solenoid valves are digital devices? Should a metal bar be heated or cooled to make it expand? What material was used to make the first Hall generator? Proximity detectors are basically _____________ __________________________________________. List the three major categories of photodetectors.What are the two major types of control circuits?Define a schematic diagram. Explain the operation of circuit 2 (Figure 20–1) if contact M1 did not close. (Refer to circuit 211.) 1. Explain the operation of the circuit shown in Figure 211 if float switch...Why are numbers used when developing a wiring diagram from a schematic diagram?Referring to the circuit shown in Figure 23–1, would it be possible to change the components that...Are numbering systems other than the one described in this text used to develop wiring diagrams from...Refer to Figure 251 to answer the following questions. When switch HOA SW 122 is in the OFF...What is an advantage of the point-to-point method of connecting circuit components?Refer to the circuit shown in Figure 272. Would it be possible to replace the hand-off-auto switch...When a component is to be used for the function of start, is the component generally normally open...How can the direction of rotation of a three-phase motor be changed?Explain the difference between inching and jogging. What is the purpose of sequence control?How can a DC motor be made to operate below its normal speed?Why are contacts often connected in series when controlling small DC motors?What electronic component is generally used to change the AC voltage into DC voltage in large DC...Explain the difference in operation between a stepping motor and a common DC motor. List five common starting methods for three-phase squirrel-cage motors. What two electrical components are commonly connected in series with a motor to limit starting...Why is it desirable to disconnect the autotransformer from the circuit when the motor reaches the...Name two requirements that must be met before a motor can be used for wyedelta starting.A dual-voltage 240/480 volt motor is to be used, for part winding starting. Which voltage must be...Name two factors that determine the synchronous speed of a motor. Does varying the voltage to an AC induction motor cause a change in synchronous speed?Name three methods of braking a motor.How many slip rings are on the rotor shaft of a wound rotor motor?What is a synchronous motor called when it is operated without load and used for power factor...What is the synchronous speed of a six-pole motor operated with an applied voltage of 20 hertz?A 20-horsepower, DC motor is connected to a 500-volt DC line. What is the full-load running current...To answer the following questions, refer to the circuit in Figure 48–6. The pressure switch is shown...What are the three main electrical test instruments used in troubleshooting?What type of digital logic operates on 5 volts?Why should mechanical contacts be spring loaded?In a relay circuit, what function is served by the holding contacts? What industry first started using PLCs? Why are NEMA symbols representing such components as push buttons, limit switches, and float...Explain the difference between digital inputs and analog inputs. The atoms of a material used as a conductor generally contain ____________ valence electrons. The PN junction is more commonly known as the ________________.How is a zener diode connected in a circuit as compared to a common junction diode? What do the letters LED stand for? What are the two basic types of transistors?What do the letters UJT stand for? What do the letters SCR stand for? Briefly explain how a diac operates.Draw the schematic symbol for a triac.How is pin 1 of an in-line, integrated circuit identified? When the voltage connected to the inverting input is more positive than the voltage connected to the...

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Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:
7 Edition
ISBN: 9780357670590
Industrial Motor Control
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ISBN: 9780827386402