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Industrial Motor Control

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Edition:
5th
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9781401838027

ISBN10:
1401838022
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Pub. Date:
9/24/2004
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CENGAGE Delmar Learning
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Summary

A comprehensive and reader-friendly text, Industrial Motor Control, 5E contains crucial, up-to-date information on basic relay control systems, programmable logic controllers, and solid state devices commonly found in an industrial setting. It presents easy-to-follow instructions and the essential information for controlling industrial motors, along with commonly used devices in contemporary industrial settings. Coverage is comprehensive in scope, successfully bridging the gap between industrial maintenance and instrumentation. Readers will gain a fundamental understanding of the operation of variable frequency drives, solid state relays, and other applications that employ electronic devices.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Features of the Fifth Edition
ix
Content Highlights
x
About the Author
xi
Acknowledgments
xi
Section 1 Solid-State Devices 2(68)
Unit 1 General Principles of Electric Motor Control
4(16)
Motor Control Installation Considerations
4(2)
Purpose of Controller
6(2)
Manual Control
8(1)
Remote and Automatic Control
9(2)
Starting and Stopping
11(3)
Speed Control of Motors
14(2)
Protective Features
16(1)
Classification of Automatic Motor Starting Control Systems
17(1)
Troubleshooting
17(1)
Review Questions
18(2)
Unit 2 Semiconductors
20(6)
Conductors
20(1)
Insulators
21(1)
Semiconductors
21(4)
Review Questions
25(1)
Unit 3 The PN Junction
26(5)
The PN Junction
26(4)
Review Questions
30(1)
Unit 4 The Zener Diode
31(3)
The Zener Diode
31(2)
Review Questions
33(1)
Unit 5 The Transistor
34(4)
The Transistor
34(3)
Review Questions
37(1)
Unit 6 The Unijunction Transistor
38(3)
The Unijunction Transistor
38(2)
Review Questions
40(1)
Unit 7 The SCR
41(5)
The SCR in a DC Circuit
42(1)
The SCR in an AC Circuit
43(1)
Phase Shifting the SCR
44(1)
Testing the SCR
45(1)
Review Questions
45(1)
Unit 8 The Diac
46(2)
The Diac
46(1)
Review Questions
47(1)
Unit 9 The Triac
48(4)
The Triac Used as an AC Switch
49(1)
The Triac Used for AC Voltage Control
49(1)
Phase Shifting the Triac
49(1)
Testing the Triac
50(1)
Review Questions
51(1)
Unit 10 The 555 Timer
52(7)
Circuit Applications
54(4)
Review Questions
58(1)
Unit 11 The Operational Amplifier
59(11)
Basic Circuits
61(2)
Circuit Applications
63(6)
Review Questions
69(1)
Section 2 Motor Starters and Pilot Devices 70(128)
Unit 12 Fractional and Integral Horsepower Manual Motor Starters
72(6)
Fractional Horsepower Manual Motor Starters
72(2)
Automatic and Remote Operation
74(1)
Manual Push-Button Line Voltage Starters
75(1)
Thermal Overload Protection
76(1)
Review Questions
77(1)
Unit 13 Magnetic Line Voltage Starters
78(22)
Magnetic vs. Manual Starters
78(1)
Starter Electromagnets
79(2)
Shaded Pole Principle
81(2)
Magnet Coil
83(1)
Power (or Motor) Circuit of the Magnetic Starter
84(1)
Motor Overheat
84(8)
The AC Magnetic Starter
92(2)
AC Combination Starters
94(4)
Review Questions
98(2)
Unit 14 Push Buttons and Control Stations
100(8)
Push Buttons
100(2)
Selector Switches
102(1)
Control Stations
103(3)
Review Questions
106(2)
Unit 15 Relays and contactors
108(12)
Control Relays
108(3)
Contactors
111(2)
AC Mechanically Held Contactors and Relays
113(3)
Vacuum Contactors
116(3)
Review Questions
119(1)
Unit 16 The Solid-State Relay
120(3)
The Solid-State Relay
120(2)
Review Questions
122(1)
Unit 17 Timing Relays
123(11)
Pneumatic Timers
124(1)
Clock Timers
125(1)
Motor-Driven Timers
126(1)
Capacitor Time Limit Relay
126(1)
Electronic Timers
127(6)
Review Questions
133(1)
Unit 18 Pressure Switches and Regulators
134(4)
Pressure Sensors
135(2)
Review Questions
137(1)
Unit 19 Float Switches
138(7)
Mercury Bulb Float Switch
139(1)
The Bubbler System
140(4)
Review Questions
144(1)
Unit 20 Flow Switches and Sensors
145(8)
Flow Sensors
148(4)
Review Questions
152(1)
Unit 21 Limit Switches
153(4)
Micro Limit Switches
154(2)
Subminiature Micro Switches
156(1)
Review Questions
156(1)
Unit 22 Phrase Failure Relays
157(2)
Review Questions
158(1)
Unit 23 Solenoid and Motor Operated Valves
159(6)
Two-way Solenoid Valves
160(1)
Four-way Solenoid Valves
160(1)
Motor Operated Valves
161(3)
Review Questions
164(1)
Unit 24 Temperature Sensing Devices
165(11)
Expansion of Metal
165(5)
Resistance Temperature Detectors
170(3)
Expansion Due to Pressure
173(1)
Smart Temperature Transmitters
174(1)
Review Questions
175(1)
Unit 25 Hall Effect Sensors
176(5)
Principles of Operation
176(1)
Hall Generator Applications
177(3)
Review Questions
180(1)
Unit 26 Proximity Detectors
181(6)
Applications
181(1)
Circuit Operation
181(3)
Mounting
184(1)
Capacitive Proximity Detectors
184(1)
Ultrasonic Proximity Detectors
185(1)
Review Questions
186(1)
Unit 27 Photodetectors
187(8)
Applications
187(1)
Types of Detectors
187(5)
Mounting
192(2)
Review Questions
194(1)
Unit 28 The Control Transformer
195(3)
Review Questions
197(1)
Section 3 Control Circuits 198(40)
Unit 29 Basic Control Circuits
200(3)
Two-Wire Controls
200(1)
Three-Wire Controls
200(2)
Review Questions
202(1)
Unit 30 Schematics and Wiring Diagrams
203(4)
Review Questions
206(1)
Unit 31 Timed Starting for Three Motors (Circuit #2)
207(4)
Review Questions
210(1)
Unit 32 Float Switch Control of a Pump and Pilot Lights (Circuit #3)
211(3)
Review Questions
213(1)
Unit 33 Developing a Wiring Diagram (Circuit #1)
214(4)
Review Questions
217(1)
Unit 34 Developing a Wiring Diagram (Circuit #2)
218(4)
Review Questions
219(3)
Unit 35 Developing a Wiring Diagram (Circuit #3)
222(4)
Review Questions
223(3)
Unit 36 Reading Large Schematic Diagrams
226(7)
Review Questions
232(1)
Unit 37 Installing Control Systems
233(5)
Review Questions
237(1)
Section 4 Basic Control Circuits 238(36)
Unit 38 Hand-Off Automatic Controls
240(3)
Review Questions
241(2)
Unit 39 Multiple Push-Button Stations
243(2)
Review Questions
243(2)
Unit 40 Interlocking Methods for Reversing Control
245(7)
Mechanical Interlock
245(2)
Push-Button Interlock
247(1)
Auxiliary Contact Interlock
248(2)
Review Questions
250(2)
Unit 41 Sequence Control
252(4)
Automatic Sequence Control
254(1)
Review Questions
255(1)
Unit 42 Jogging (Inching) Control Circuits
256(8)
Jogging Control Circuits
256(1)
Jogging Using a Control Relay
257(6)
Review Questions
263(1)
Unit 43 Plugging
264(10)
Plugging Switches and Applications
264(3)
Plugging with the Use of a Timing Relay
267(1)
Alternate Circuits for Plugging Switch
268(3)
Antiplugging Protection
271(2)
Review Questions
273(1)
Section 5 DC Motor Controls 274(24)
Unit 44 DC Motors
276(8)
Application
276(1)
Speed Control
276(1)
Motor Construction
277(1)
Identifying Windings
278(1)
Types of DC Motors
278(1)
Direction of Rotation
279(2)
Standard Connections
281(2)
Review Questions
283(1)
Unit 45 Across-the-Line Starting
284(2)
Review Questions
285(1)
Unit 46 Definite Time Starting Control
286(3)
Review Questions
288(1)
Unit 47 Solid-State DC Motor Controls
289(9)
The Shunt Field Power Supply
289(1)
The Armature Power Supply
290(1)
Voltage Control
291(1)
Field Failure Control
291(1)
Current Limit Control
292(2)
Speed Control
294(2)
Review Questions
296(2)
Section 6 AC Motor Control 298(116)
Unit 48 Stepping Motors
300(8)
Theory of Operation
300(2)
Winding
302(1)
Four-Step Switching (Full Stepping)
302(1)
Eight-Step Switching (Half Stepping)
302(1)
AC Operation
303(1)
Motor Characteristics
304(3)
Review Questions
307(1)
Unit 49 The Motor and Starting Methods
308(11)
The Motor
308(4)
Typical Starting Methods
312(6)
Review Questions
318(1)
Unit 50 Primary Resistor-Type Starters
319(5)
Primary Resistor-Type Starters
319(4)
Review Questions
323(1)
Unit 51 Autotransformer Starters
324(6)
Review Questions
329(1)
Unit 52 Automatic Starters for Star-Delta Motors
330(8)
Applications
330(3)
Overload Protection
333(1)
Open Transition Starting
333(1)
Closed Transition Starting
334(3)
Review Questions
337(1)
Unit 53 Consequent Pole Motor Control
338(17)
Mistaken Reversal Caution
342(1)
Two-Speed Starter with Reversing Controls
342(1)
Three-Speed Consequent Pole Motors
342(2)
Four-Speed Consequent Pole Motors
344(10)
Review Questions
354(1)
Unit 54 Wound Rotor Motors and Manual Speed Control
355(3)
Review Questions
357(1)
Unit 55 Automatic Acceleration for Wound Rotor Motors
358(7)
Automatic Acceleration with Reversing Control
359(1)
Automatic Acceleration Using Frequency Relays
359(5)
Review Questions
364(1)
Unit 56 Synchronous Motor Operation
365(4)
Power Factor Correction by Synchronous Motor
366(2)
Brushless Synchronous Motors
368(1)
Review Questions
368(1)
Unit 57 Synchronous Automatic Motor Starter
369(7)
Rotor Control Equipment
369(3)
Summary of Automatic Starter Operation
372(3)
Review Questions
375(1)
Unit 58 Variable Speed AC Motor Control
376(8)
Variable Voltage Speed Control
376(2)
Variable Frequency Control
378(2)
Control Using SCRs
380(3)
Review Questions
383(1)
Unit 59 Magnetic Clutch and Magnetic Drive
384(7)
Electrically Controlled Magnetic Clutches
384(4)
Magnetic Drives
388(2)
Review Questions
390(1)
Unit 60 Motor Installation
Determining Motor Current
391(6)
Determining Conductor Size for a Single Motor
397(2)
Overload Size
399(1)
Determining Locked-Rotor Current
400(2)
Short-Circuit Protection
402(1)
Starter Size
403(4)
Multiple Motor Calculations
407(5)
Review Questions
412(2)
Section 7 Motor Drives 414(20)
Unit 61 Direct Drives and Pulley Drives
416(5)
Directly Coupled Drive Installation
416(2)
Pulley Drives
418(2)
Review Questions
420(1)
Unit 62 Developing Control Circuits
421(13)
Developing Control Circuits
421(12)
Review Questions
433(1)
Section 8 Solid-State Motor Control 434(49)
Unit 63 Digital Logic
436(8)
The AND Gate
437(1)
The OR Gate
438(1)
The INVERTER
438(1)
The NOR Gate
439(1)
The NAND Gate
440(1)
Integrated Circuits
440(3)
Testing Integrated Circuits
443(1)
Review Questions
443(1)
Unit 64 The Bounceless Switch
444(4)
Review Questions
447(1)
Unit 65 Start-Stop Push-Button Control
448(8)
Review Questions
455(1)
Unit 66 Programmable Logic Controllers
456(11)
Differences between the PLC and the Common Computer
456(1)
Basic Components
457(4)
Internal Relays
461(5)
Review Questions
466(1)
Unit 67 Programming a PLC
467(12)
Circuit Operation
467(2)
Developing a Program
469(2)
Converting the Program
471(2)
Programming in Boolean
473(1)
Developing the Program
473(1)
Parameters of the Programmable Controller
473(1)
Operation of the Circuit
474(1)
Entering the Program
475(3)
Review Questions
478(1)
Unit 68 Analog Sensing for Programmable Controllers
479(4)
Installation
481(1)
The Differential Amplifier
482(1)
Review Questions
482
Appendix
Testing Solid-State Components
483(7)
Identifying the Leads of a Three-Phase, Wye-Connected Dual-Voltage Motor
490(4)
Ohm's Law Formulas
494(1)
Standard Wiring Diagram Symbols
495(1)
Electronic Symbols
496(1)
Motor Types and Line Diagrams
497(1)
Power Supplies
498(1)
Motor Circuit Elements
498(1)
Glossary 499(10)
Index 509


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