ISBN: 0750662689 Title: Newnes Electrical Power Engineer's Handbook, Second Edition Author: Warne, D F Publisher: Newnes Publication

Date: 2005-06-27 Number Of Pages: 480 * * o o o o o * * o o o o o * o o o o o o * o o o o o o o o o o o o * o o o o o o o o o * o o o o o o o Cover Frontmatter Half Title Page Title Page Copyright *******s Acknowledgements Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Principles of electrical engineering 2.1 Nomenclature and units 2.2 Electromagnetic fields 2.3 Circuits 2.4 Energy and power References Chapter 3. Materials for electrical engineering 3.1 Introduction 3.2 Magnetic materials 3.3 Insulating materials 3.4 Conducting materials Acknowledgement References Chapter 4. Measurements and instrumentation 4.1 Introduction 4.2 Pressure 4.3 Flow 4.4 Temperature 4.5 Position 4.6 Level 4.7 Weighing and force 4.8 Acceleration and speed 4.9 Current 4.10 HART and Fieldbus 4.11 Data acquisition 4.12 Installation notes Chapter 5. Generators 5.1 Introduction 5.2 Main generator types 5.3 Principles of operation 5.4 The Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) 5.5 Brushless excitation 5.6 Construction 5.7 Rating and specification 5.8 Testing 5.9 Standards Chapter 6. Transformers 6.1 Principles of operation 6.2 Main features of construction 6.3 Main classes of transformer 6.4 Rating principles 6.5 Test methods 6.6 Commissioning, maintenance and repair 6.7 Standards

10 Drive power circuits 10.11 Effects of semiconductor power converters 10.6 DC switchgear References Chapter 8. The power system 13.5 Fuel cells 12.4 Principles of switching circuits 11. Power electronic circuits and devices 11.2 Primary cells 12.1 Scope 9.3 Main classes of cable 9. Fuses and protection relays 8.2 Fuses 8.3 The cage induction motor 10.7 The reluctance motor 10.3 Secondary cells based upon aqueous electrolytes 12.13 Standards References Chapter 11.8 Installation.5 High-frequency power supplies 11.9 Mechanical and duty cycle considerations 10.10 Standards References Chapter 13.9 Operation and maintenance 12.1 Introduction 7.6 Standards References Chapter 12.5 High-voltage (transmission) switchgear 7.1 Introduction 13.4 The slipring induction motor 10. motor control and drives 10.5 Optical communication cables 9.1 Introduction 11.* o o o o o o o * o o o o * o o o o o o o * o o o o o o o o o o o o o o * o o o o o o o * o o o o o o o o o o o * o o o Chapter 7.1 Introduction 12.2 Diode converters 11. Switchgear 7.6 Standards References Chapter 10.4 Parameters and test methods 9.8 The switched reluctance motor 10.2 The direct current (DC) motor 10. Motors. Wires and cables 9.6 The brushless servomotor 10.4 Secondary lithium ion cells 12.12 The commercial drive 10. Batteries and fuel cells 12. testing and commissioning 12.2 Principles of operation 7.3 Transmission .5 The ac synchronous motor 10.4 Medium-voltage (distribution) switchgear 7.6 Battery charging 12.2 Generation 13.1 Protection and co-ordination 8.2 Principles of power cable design 9.3 Protection relays References Chapter 9.3 Low-voltage switchgear 7.7 Battery monitoring 12.1 Introduction 10.3 Active devices 11.

Principles of electrical safety 16.3 Precautions against arc and flashover burn injuries 16.7 Standards References Index .2 Precautions against electric shock and contact burn injuries 16.8 Inspection and maintenance References Chapter 16.2 Electromagnetic compatibility 14.3 Standards References Chapter 15.6 Preventive maintenance and safe systems of work 16.4 Area classification 15.1 Introduction 15.1 Injuries from electricity 16. Power quality and electromagnetic compatibility 14. Electricity and potentially explosive atmospheres 15.6 Equipment selection 15.2 EU directives 15.4 Distribution 13.3 UK legislation 15.5 Precautions against explosions 16.1 Power quality 14.5 De-regulation and privatization 13.7 Equipment installation 15.4 Precautions against fire 16.5 Hazardous area equipment 15.o o o o * o o o o * o o o o o o o o o * o o o o o o o o * 13.6 Future trends References Chapter 14.

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