Understanding Motor Controls - 4th Edition - by Stephen L. Herman - ISBN 9781337798686

Understanding Motor Controls
4th Edition
Stephen L. Herman
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781337798686

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Chapter 11 - Timing RelaysChapter 12 - Sequence ControlChapter 13 - Pressure Switches And SensorsChapter 14 - Float Switches And Liquid Level SensorsChapter 15 - Flow SwitchesChapter 16 - Limit SwitchesChapter 17 - Temperature Sensing DevicesChapter 18 - Hall Effect SensorsChapter 19 - Proximity DetectorsChapter 20 - PhotodetectorsChapter 21 - Reading Large Schematic DiagramsChapter 22 - Installing Control SystemsChapter 23 - Across-the-line StartingChapter 24 - Resistor And Reactor Starting For Ac MotorsChapter 25 - Autotransformer StartingChapter 26 - Wye-delta StartingChapter 27 - Part Winding StartersChapter 28 - Direct Current MotorsChapter 29 - Single-phase MotorsChapter 30 - BrakingChapter 31 - Wound Rotor MotorsChapter 32 - Synchronous MotorsChapter 33 - Consequent Pole MotorsChapter 34 - Variable Voltage And Magnetic ClutchesChapter 35 - Solid-state Dc Motor ControlsChapter 36 - Variable Frequency ControlChapter 37 - Motor InstallationChapter 38 - Programmable Logic ControllersChapter 39 - Programming A Programmable Logic ControllerChapter 40 - Analog Sensing For Programmable Logic ControllerChapter 41 - Developing Control CircuitsChapter 42 - TroubleshootingChapter 43 - Direct Drives And Pulley DrivesChapter 44 - SemiconductorsChapter 45 - The Pn JunctionChapter 46 - The Zener DiodeChapter 47 - Light-emitting Diodes And PhotodiodesChapter 48 - The TransistorChapter 49 - The Unijunction TransistorChapter 50 - The ScrChapter 51 - The DiacChapter 52 - The TriacChapter 53 - The 555 TimerChapter 54 - The Operational Amplifier

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Chapter 10, Problem 1RQChapter 11, Problem 1RQChapter 12, Problem 1RQChapter 13, Problem 1RQChapter 14, Problem 1RQChapter 15, Problem 1RQChapter 16, Problem 1RQChapter 17, Problem 1RQChapter 18, Problem 1RQChapter 19, Problem 1RQChapter 20, Problem 1RQChapter 21, Problem 1RQThe point-to-point connection method is a method used for the installation of components in a...Chapter 23, Problem 1RQThe two electrical components connected in series with the motor to limit the starting current are:...The autotransformer is used to reduce the amount of inrush current by reducing the voltage applied...Chapter 26, Problem 1RQIf a dual voltage 240/480V motor is used for a part winding starting, then the low voltage setting...A direct current motor is an electrical device that produces mechanical work for the electrical...Split phase motor works by splitting a single phase into two phases to mimic a two-phase power...Chapter 30, Problem 1RQOne of the three major types of the three-phase motor is the wound rotor motor. The wound rotor...The synchronous motors can produce a leading power factor and can operate at the synchronous speed....Synchronous speed: The speed at which the magnetic field rotates in a motor is called the...Synchronous speed: The speed at which the magnetic field rotates in a motor is called the...The alternating current (AC) voltage is converted to direct current (DC) voltage in DC motors using...Given information: Number of poles per phase, P=6. Frequency of the supply, f=20 Hz. Calculation:...Given information: Horsepower is 20 HP. Armature voltage rating is 500 V Solution: Refer Table...Chapter 38, Problem 1RQChapter 39, Problem 1RQChapter 40, Problem 1RQChapter 41, Problem 1RQChapter 42, Problem 1RQChapter 43, Problem 1RQConductors are formed from materials which have large and heavy atoms. Most of materials which...To control the flow of electric current in a circuit, a basic semiconductor is used which is known...Chapter 46, Problem 1RQThe LED is a special type of diode that can produce light when a certain potential is applied over...Transistors are classified on the basis of the majority charge carriers present in the parts of the...UJT that stands for Unijunction transistor is a special type of transistor. Unlike BJT- bipolar...SCR stands for Silicon-controlled Rectifier, which is a four layered semiconductor material. The...Diac has a set voltage depending on the material used. When voltage of that particular value is...A triac is a PNPN junction which is connected in parallel to an NPNP junction. Triac operates in the...Identifying the left hand side of the IC is done by looking for a notch on the top of the package....The polarity of the input for Inverting pin changes at the output. For suppose if negative input is...

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