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Direct Resistance Heating:
Indirect resistance heating
Direct arc furnace
Indirect arc furnace
i)Butt welding:
ii) Spot welding:
Carbon arc welding:
Metal arc welding:
INTRODUCTION
Electric drive
Advantages of electric drives
Individual drive
Advantages:
Disadvantages:
Group drive
Multimotor drive
Electrical characteristics
Running characteristics
Starting characteristics
D.C shunt motor
D.C Series motor
D.C compound motor
Starting characteristics of three phase induction motor
Squirrel cage motor
Double cage rotor
Slip ring Induction motor
Starting characteristics of synchronous motor
Starting characteristics of single phase induction motor
Running characteristics of motors
Running characteristics of D.C motors
Performance curve
D.C series motor
Running characteristics of three phase induction motor
Running characteristics of slip ring induction motor
Running characteristics of double squirrel cage induction motor
Running characteristics of single phase induction motor
Running characteristics of universal motor
Speed control
Mechanical characteristics of electric motor
Types of enclosures
Bearings
Ball or Roller bearing
Sleeve or brush bearing
Transmission of drives
Direct drive
Belt drive
Rope drive
Chain drive
Gear drive
Noise
Standard rating of motor
Classes of load duty cycles
Selection of motors for different duty cycles
Drives for different industrial application
2.Rolling mills or steel mills – separately excited DC motor
3.Textile mills – Double cage induction motor
4.Cement mills
6.Lift and hoists – DC compound motor or 3Ф slip ring induction motor
7.Belt conveyor – Double squirrel cage induction motor
9.Air compressor - 3 Ф Induction motor
10.Punches and shears
11.Rotary printing
12.Pumps
13.Draught fan
14.Ceiling fans
15.Cranes – D.C series motor
16.Mines
17.Domestic appliances – Universal motor or Single phase induction motor
Choice of drive
Causes of low power factor
Traction systems
Speed time characteristics
Speed – Time curve for main line service
Speed – Time curve for suburban service
Speed – Time curve for urban or city service
Tractive effort
ELECTROLYTIC PROCESSES
FARADAY’S LAWS OF ELECTROLYSIS
TERMS CONNECTED WITH ELECTROLYTIC PROCESSES
Current efficiency:
Application of electrolysis
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ELECTRIC HEATING AND WELDING

ELECTRIC HEATING AND WELDING

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