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Industrial Control Electronics by John W. Webb; Kevin Greshock1. Introduction to Control Electronics. I. CONTROL SYSTEM COMPONENTS. 2. Electrical Control Devices. 3. Control Diagrams. 4. Solid State Devices. II. SIGNAL CONDITIONING AND POWER CONTROL. 5. Transducers and Sensors. 6. Signal Conditioning. 7. SCRs, Triacs. and other Thyristors. 8. Solid-State Power Control. III. MOTORS AND CONTROLS. 9. Industrial-Use Motors. 10. Special-Purpose Motors. 11. Electrical Power-Control Devices. 12. Control of Motors. IV. CLOSED-LOOP CONTROL. 13. Analog Controllers. 14. Closed-Loop Systems. V. PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS AND POWER DISTRIBUTION EFFECTS. 15. Programmable Logic Controllers. 16. Power Distribution Effects on Industrial Electronic Controls. VI. SAFETY AND AUTOMATION. 17. Safety Considerations--Personnel and Equipment. 18. Control of Robots and Work Cells. Glossary. Bibliography. Appendixes. Index.
Call Number: TK7881.2 W366 1993
Publication Date: 1992-08-13
Industrial Control Electronics by Terry L. M. BarteltThis new edition continues to provide state-of-the-art coverage of the entire spectrum of industrial control, from servomechanisms to instrumentation. Material on the components, circuits, instruments, and control techniques used in today's industrial automated systems has been fully updated to include new information on thyristors and sensor interfacing and updated information on AC variable speed drives. Following an overview of an industrial control loop, readers may delve into individual sections that explore each element of the loop in detail. This logical format offers the flexibility needed to use the book effectively in a variety of courses, from electric motors to servomechanisms, programmable controllers, and more!
Call Number: TK7881 B289 2006 f
Publication Date: 2005-05-03
Physics for Technology by Daniel H. NicholsThis innovative introduction to physics replaces lengthy derivations and theoretical discussions with practical applications of physics readers actually encounter in industry--and, it relates all physics concepts to devices they already know (e.g., speedometer, thermometer, weight scale, etc.). Includes practical exercises and 10 laboratory assignments. Electronics Review. Units and Measurements. Linear Motion. Force and Momentum. Energy Work and Power. Circular Motion. Machines. Strength of Materials. Fluids. Fluid Flow. Temperature and Heat. Thermodynamics. Waves. Light. Magnetism. For Electronic Technicians working with electromechanical devices.
Industrial Electronics by Dale R. Patrick; Stephen W. FardoIn a fairly short time span, industry has made a transition from largely manual manufacturing methods to some very sophisticated automated procedures which often require very little human intervention. Recent developments in such areas as solid-state electronics, microminiaturization, computers, microprocessors, programmable controllers and robotics have had a huge impact on industrial technicians and engineers. This book was written to serve as a guide to today's new devices and automated systems, taking the reader step by step through each component and sub-system, and leading to a level of understanding sufficient to facilitate the management of overall system operation, and assessment and correction of malfunctions when they occur.