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The book begins with an overview of basic electrical concepts - rather than complex mathematical calculations. From here, you can proceed directly to the "information you should know" information, including how to determine wire sizes and create a variety of common adapter connections. Different types of electric power plates are also examined in detail. General Practice Discussion Wires and protective wires, as well as an introduction to three-phase single phase transformers and motors, covering the overall coverage.

Title: Electrical Studies for Trades, 5th edition.
Language: English.
Size: 81.3 MB.
Pages: 637.
Format: pdf.
Year: 2016
Edition: 5.
Author: Stephen Heman.

Contents of the book:

Unit 1: Atomic Structure.
Unit 2:Electrical Quantities, Ohm’s Law, and Resistors.
Unit 3:Electrical Sources and Static Charges.
Unit 4: Magnetism.
Unit 5: Series Circuits.
Unit 6: Parallel Circuits.
Unit 7: Combination Circuits.
Unit 8: Measuring Instruments.
Unit 9: Alternating Current.
Unit 12: Three-Phase Circuits.
Unit 13: Transformers.
Unit 14: Three-Phase Transformers.
Unit 15: Electrical Services.
Unit 16: General Wiring Practices Part 1—Receptacle and Switch Connections.
Unit 17: General Wiring Practices Part 2—Protection Circuits, Dimmers, and Chimes.
Unit 18: Three-Phase Motors.
Unit 19: Single-Phase Motors.
Unit 20: Schematics and Wiring Diagrams.
Unit 21: Motor Installation.

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