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Audel Electrical Course for Apprentices and Journeymen
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by: Paul Rosenberg
Topics include: impressed emf, compensating field winding, wattless component, basket grip, effective emf, insulation tester, hard rubber rod, repulsion motor, counter emf, commutating poles, outlet symbols, metal fusing, shading coil, shunt generator, shunt motor, squirrel cage winding, ohms inductive reactance, unequal resistances, square mils, resistive voltage, magnetizing force, inductive voltage, running winding, polarity mark, combined impedance
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Spend your study time wisely As you advance from student to apprentice to journeyman status, you log a lot of study hours. Make the most of those hours with this fully updated, sharply focused self-study course. It contains everything you need to know about electrical theory and applications, clearly defined and logically organized, with illustrations for clarity and review questions at the end of each chapter to help you test your knowledge. Understand electron theory and how electricity affects matter Recognize applications for both alternating and direct current Comprehend Ohm s Law and the laws governing magnetic circuits Learn from detailed drawings and diagrams Explore trigonometry and alternative methods of calculation Identify instruments and measurements used in electrical applications Apply proper grounding and ground testing, insulation testing, and power factor correction
Pocket-size text contains everything you need to know about electrical theory and applications. Includes illustrations for clarity and review questions at the end of each chapter to test your knowledge. Previous edition: c1988. Softcover.
About the Author
Paul Rosenberg is a master electrician with extensive experience in all aspects of the industry. An instructor at Iowa State University, he has written for all the major electrical industry publications. He is also the author of Audel Questions and Answers for Electricians Examinations, 14th Edition.
I've got 10 guys in line to get their license on my crew but not a lot of time to go to school. And if they're going to school get the school to use this book. If you've got the same situation, just have your guys pick this coursebook up. It's amazing and from a great old electrical name-Audel!
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