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Armature Winding and Motor Repair

Armature Winding and Motor Repair

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ARMATURE
WINDING
AND
MOTOR
REPAIR
Practical
Information
and
Data
Covering
Winding
and
Reconnecting
Procedure
for
Direct
and
Alternating
Current
Machines,
Compiled
forElectrical
Men
Responsible
for
the
Operation
and
Repair
of
Motors
and
Generators
in
Industrial
Plants
and
for
RepairmenandArmature
Winders
in
Electrical
Repair
Shops
BY
DANIEL
H.
BRAYMER,
A.
B.,
E.E.
AMERICAN
INSTITUTE
OF
ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERS
MANAGING
EDITOROF
ELECTRICAL
WORLD
FORMERLY
EDITOR
OF
ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERING
AND
OF
ELECTRICAL
RECORD
FIRST
EDITION
TWENTY-SEVENTH
IMPRESSION
McGRAW-HILL
BOOK
COMPANY,
INC.
NEW
YORK
AND
LONDON
 
HfiiJl
UttW
ENGINEERING
LIBRARY
COPYRIGHT,
1920,
BYTHE
MCGRAW-HILL
BOOK
COMPANY,
INC.
PRINTED
IN
THE
UNITED
STATES
OP
AMERICA
THE
MAPLEPRESS
-
VORK
PA
 
PREFACE
In
this
book
no
attempt
has
been
made
to
discuss
the
sub-
jectof
armaturewinding
from
theoretical
or
design
stand-
points.
On
the
contrary,
it
is
a
compilation
of
practical
methods
tha't
are
used
by
repairmen
and
armature
winders.
In
selecting
thematerial
a
special
effort
has
been
made
to
include
as
far
aspossible
detailsof
those
methods
whichhave
been
found
by
actual
experience
to
represent
best
practice
in
a
repair
shop
of
average
size.
In
this
work
the
writer
has
drawn
from
his
own
experience
in
repair
work,
from
the
ex-
periences
of
repairmen
and
armature
winders
in
large
and
small
repair
shops
and
manufacturing
plants
which
have
been
visited,
from
descriptions
of
practical
methodsand
the
pro-
cedure
followed
in
the
solution
of
special
problems
as
presented
by
practical
men
in
technical
journals.
The
title
of
repairman
as
used
throughout
this
book
is
one
that
a
good
engineer
can
bear
with
pride
when
hemeasures
up
to
all
its
qualifications.
Such
an
engineer
is
one
who
inin
the
majority
of
cases
notonly
knowswhat
to
do
in
the
case
of
an
electrical
trouble
but
just
how
to
proceed
to
do
that
particular
thing
and
who
seldom
guesses
without
a
good
per-
centage
of
the
probabilities
of
being
right
in
his
favor.
The
main
difference
between
the
designer
and
the
repairman
is
thatthe
former
must
know
what
to
do
while
the
latter
must
know
how
to
do
it.
A
capable
repairmancombinesboth
qualifications
through
years
of
experience.
When
called
upon
tolocate
troubles
in
motors
and
genera-
tors,
electricians
and
repairmen
whose
experience
in
this
kind
of
work
has
been
limited
often
find
themselves
wondering
just
what
to
do
first.
It
is
from
just
this
viewpoint
that
the
infor-
mation
on
winding
procedure
and
the
hunting
and
correcting
of
troubles
has
been
presented.
That
is,
instead
of
discussing
the
fundamentals
involved
in
any
method
of
working
outa
repair
problem,
the
actual
problem
or
job
as
the
case
may
be
is
discussed
from
the
"
how-to-do-it"
standpoint.
Then
for
each
individual
operation
or
procedure
the
applications
of
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