Electrical Engineering
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Preface
Introduction
Magnetic Fields and
Electromotive Force
Commercial Forms of EMF,
Power and Energy
The Electric Circuit
Electromotive Forces in
Conductors in Series
Circuits With Resistance,
Inductance, and Capacitance
Electrical Conductors
Electromagnets
Electrical Transients
Polyphase Circuits
The DirectCurrent Machine
The DC Machine as a Motor
Losses, Efficiency, and Rating of
DirectCurrent Machines
Mechanical Connection Between
Motor and Load
Conversion of DC Generator to
DC Motor
Control of DirectCurrent Motors
Electrical Instruments and
Meters
Transformers
Uses of Transformers
Theory of Operation
Voltage Transformation Ratio
Current Transformation Ratio
The Equivalent Circuit of a
Transformer
Determination of Equivalent
R, X, and Z of a Transformer
Vector Diagrams and
Voltage Regulation
Construction
Losses and Efficiency
Voltage Regulation
Operation at nonrated
Voltages and Frequencies
Additive and Subtractive
Polarity
Transformer SinglePhase
Connections
Parallel Operation
SinglePhase Transformers for
ThreePhase Operation
ThreePhase Transformers
AutoTransformers
The Scott, or T, Connection
Problems
The Polyphase Induction Motor
The Polyphase Synchronous
Motor
AlternatingCurrent Generators
The SinglePhase Motor
Electric Batteries
Economics of Use of
Electrical Apparatus
Electric Power Rates
PowerFactor Correction
Illumination
Electronic Devices
Electronic Applications
Special Motors and Generators
Appendix
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