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CLOSE THIS BOOKCircuits, Formulas and Tables Electrical Engineering - Basic vocational knowledge (Institut fr Berufliche Entwicklung, 201 p.)
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VIEW THE DOCUMENTPreface
1. Selected Graphical Symbols of Electrotechnology
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.1. Graphical Symbols for General Circuit Elements
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.2. Graphical Symbols for Types of Current, Voltage and Connections
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.3. Graphical Symbols for Lines and Line Connections
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.4. Graphical Symbols for Resistors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.5. Graphical Symbols for Capacitors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.6. Graphical Symbols for Coils and Transformers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.7. Graphical Symbols for Current and Voltage Transformers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.8. Graphical Symbols for Electrochemical and Electrothermal Sources
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.9. Graphical Symbols for Tubes
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.10. Graphical Symbols for Semiconductors
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.11. Graphical Symbols for Switching Devices
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.12. Graphical Symbols for Machines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.13. Graphical Symbols for Meter Movements and Measuring Instruments
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.14. Graphical Symbols of Electroacoustics
VIEW THE DOCUMENT1.15. Graphical Symbols for Wiring Plans
2. Bell Circuits
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.1. Direct-current Bell
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.2. Alternating-current Bell
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.3. House Bell Installation
VIEW THE DOCUMENT2.4. Alarm Systems
3. Basic Circuits of Illumination Engineering
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.1. Circuit-breaking Arrangements
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.2. Series Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.3. Two-way Switching Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.4. Staircase Lighting Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT3.5. Fluorescent Lamp Circuits
4. Electrical Machines
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4.1. Direct-current Machines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.1. Direct-current Generators
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.1.2. Direct-current Motors
4.2. Three-phase Machines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.1. Three-phase Generators
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.2.2. Three-phase Motors
4.3. Transformers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.1. Single-phase Transformers
VIEW THE DOCUMENT4.3.2. Three-phase Transformers
5. Contactor Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.1. Types of Excitation of the Control
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.2. Possibilities of Representing Contactor Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.3. Reversing Contactor Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.4. Arc Extinguishing Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.5. Three-contactor Star-delta Connection
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.6. Squirrel-cage Induction Motor
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.7. Sliping Rotor
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.8. Interference Suppression
VIEW THE DOCUMENT5.9. Light-current Controlled Power Plant with Impulse Relay
6. Rectifier Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.1. Rectifier Circuits of Alternating Current
VIEW THE DOCUMENT6.2. Rectifier Circuits of Three-phase Current
7. Measurement Circuits
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.1. Measurement Circuits in Direct-current Installations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.2. Measurement Circuits in Alternating-current Installations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT7.3. Measurement Circuits in Three-phase Installations
VIEW THE DOCUMENT8. Protective Circuits
9. Circuits in Motor Vehicles
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.1. Battery Charge
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.2. Ignition Systems
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.3. Starting Aid for Diesel Engines
VIEW THE DOCUMENT9.4. Turn-signal Flasher
VIEW THE DOCUMENT10. Tables
11. Basic symbols and formulas of electrical engineering
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VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.1. General direct current engineering
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.2. Magnetic field
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.3. Law of induction
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.4. Electric field
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.5. Alternating current engineering
VIEW THE DOCUMENT11.6. Calculation of power
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