Electricity Ac Dc Motors Controls and Maintenance 10th Edition By Jeff Keljik

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Electricity Ac Dc Motors Controls and Maintenance 10th Edition By Jeff Keljik

CONTENTS

PREFACE • vii
1 THE DC SHUNT MOTOR • 1
2 THE DC SERIES MOTOR • 19
3 DC COMPOUND MOTORS • 25
4 SUMMARY REVIEW OF UNITS 1–3 • 33
5 STARTING AND OPERATING DC MOTORS • 37
6 ELECTRONIC DC MOTOR CONTROL • 47
7 DC VARIABLE SPEED MOTOR CONTROL • 63
8 DC MOTOR DYNAMIC BRAKING • 77
9 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF AUTOMATIC MOTOR
CONTROL • 85
10 ELECTROMECHANICAL AND SOLID-STATE RELAYS
AND TIMERS • 95
11 SUMMARY REVIEW OF UNITS 5–10 • 109
12 THE THREE-PHASE AC INDUCTION MOTOR • 113
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13 STARTING THREE-PHASE AC INDUCTION MOTORS • 139
14 CONTROLLERS FOR THREE-PHASE MOTORS • 159
15 SOLID-STATE STARTERS AND CONTROLS • 193
16 THE WOUND-ROTOR INDUCTION MOTOR • 217
17 THE SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR • 233
18 SUMMARY REVIEW OF UNITS 12–17 • 247
19 SINGLE-PHASE INDUCTION MOTORS • 257
20 SPECIAL MOTORS AND APPLICATIONS • 283
21 AC SERIES AND REPULSION MOTORS • 299
22 ENERGY-EFFICIENT MOTORS • 317
23 THREE-PHASE MOTOR INSTALLATIONS • 329
24 SINGLE-PHASE MOTOR AND DC MOTOR INSTALLATION
AND THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE® • 347
25 MOTOR MAINTENANCE • 355
26 SUMMARY REVIEW OF UNITS 19–25 • 373
GLOSSARY • 383
INDEX • 393

PREFACE

The tenth edition of Electricity 4 has been updated to provide more information and better
flow of concepts. New material and artwork have been added to better reflect the current
workplace. At the same time, the text has retained the features and style of previous editions
that have made it so popular.
The text introduces the concepts of AC and DC motors, and the associated controls
and maintenance of this equipment. The material is broken down into short segments that
concentrate on specific concepts or application of particular types of equipment. The detailed
explanations are written in easy-to-understand language that concisely presents the required
knowledge. Many illustrations and photographs help provide technical understanding and
provide real-world references. This type of explanation and application better prepares the
student to perform effectively on the job in installing, troubleshooting, repairing, and servicing
electrical motors and controls.
The knowledge obtained in this book permits the student to progress further in the study
of electrical systems. The study of electricity and the application of electrical products are continually
changing. The electrical industry constantly introduces new and improved devices and
material, which in turn lead to changes in installing and operating equipment. Electrical codes
also change to reflect the industry needs. It is essential that students continue to learn and
update their knowledge of current procedures and practices.
The text is easy to read and the units have been grouped by general topics. Summaries of
each unit provide an opportunity to restate the most important topics of the unit. Summary
Reviews of the units reemphasize topic groups.
Each unit begins with learning objectives. An Achievement Review at the end of each unit
provides an opportunity for readers to check their understanding of the material in small increments
before proceeding. Some of the problems in the text require the use of simple algebra,
and the student should be familiar with the math before trying to solve the equations. It is also
essential that the reader have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of electrical circuits
and electrical concepts.
It is recommended that the most recent edition of the National Electrical Code® (published
by the National Fire Protection Association) be available for reference and use as the learner
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applies this text. Applicable state and local codes and regulations should also be consulted when
making the actual installations.
Features of the tenth edition include
• updated coverage on DC motor starting.
• expanded coverage of Servo motors.
• updated information on electronic controls.
• an update to the 2011 NEC®.
An instructor’s guide for Electricity 4 is available. The guide includes the answers to the
Achievement Reviews and Summary Reviews and additional test questions. Instructors may
use these questions to devise additional tests to evaluate student learning.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jeff Keljik has been teaching at Dunwoody Institute in Minneapolis for more than 33 years,
where he was the head of electrical programs for more than 16 years. He is a licensed master
and journeyman electrician with a bachelor’s degree in business communication. He currently
teaches classes for corporate clients locally and nationally. Jeff teaches classes for journeyman
and master electricians to update their licenses as well as teaching apprenticeship classes
viii PREFACE
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PREFA C E ix
on-line. He also manages the electrical construction and maintenance projects for the college
campus buildings at Dunwoody Institute. He has worked as an electrician and as a consultant
on international training projects in the electrical industry.
In addition to his teaching and administrative positions, Mr. Keljik serves the North
Central Electrical League as Chairman of the Board of Directors and on the Education committee.
He also serves as an advisor on the education committee for the Minnesota Electrical
Association (MEA). He has written several texts on motor and motor control systems, power
generation and distribution, and on fundamental DC and AC theory. His books include:
Electricity 3 and Electric Motors and Motor Controls. Jeff has co-written books on basic electrical
concepts in DC and AC electrical theory.