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Electrical Pocket Book. 23rd Edition Martin Heathcote & E A Reeves. First published in this classic has been fully updated in line with the latest technical. Newnes Electrical Pocket Book This Page Intentionally Left Blank Newnes Electrical Pocket Book Twenty-third edition E.A. Reeves DFH(Hons), CEng, MIEE. Newnes Electrical Pocket Book, Twenty-first Edition, provides engineers with convenient access to various facts, tables, and formulae relating to the particular .
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These are no longer specialist tools to be used by the few; even children in primary schools are being given computing skills. Chapter 4 of the twenty-second edition dealt with semiconductors as devices which have superseded valves in electronic equipment.
Although many older engineers may have been introduced to semiconductors in this way, valves are no longer taught in colleges and universities. Hence the emphasis has been reversed with semiconductors introduced in their own right and some descriptions of valve devices retained because these might be encountered in special applications. Chapter 7 has been extensively revised to include some description and theory of a.
Likewise the chapter on transformers, Chapter 10, has been expanded a little to include some detail of their construction, connections, phase shifts and losses, although few in the electrical industry will encounter any but the smaller end of the size range.
The section dealing with magnetic materials in Chapter 2 has also been expanded since in large transformers and generators magnetic steel is just as important a material as copper.
A section has therefore been added to Chapter 12 detailing the changes and discussing the implications of these.
Building automatic management systems, which were highlighted in the preface to the twenty-second edition as being subject to rapid change, has seen even further development in view of the advances in computing capability. The result is that Chapter 17 has been largely rewritten to identify these developments.
Chapter 23, which was newly written for the twenty-second edition, has, as a result, been extensively revised. Despite what may appear a lengthy list of changes, much of what was written by Eric Reeves in the twenty-second edition remains. The editor wishes to express grateful thanks to all those friends and colleagues, individuals and organizations who have provided assistance in this revision.
In particular to my good friend W.
Jim Stevens who has read most of what has been written and provided invaluable criticism and comment; to my good friend, Mike Barber, who rewrote much of Chapter 7 relating to electricity generation and the theory and practice of a. My thanks to the Institution of Electrical Engineers for permission to reproduce extracts from BS , and to the many organizations who have provided the many photographs and illustrations to whom attribution is given in the text.
Finally, despite the quite extensive revision involved in the production of the twenty-third edition, the greater part of the book remains the work of Eric Reeves from the twenty-second edition, and for this due acknowledgement must be given.
In the case of electrical engineering, it is essential that the engineer should have a clear understanding of the methods by which the various formulae are derived in order that he can be quite certain that any particular formula is applicable to the conditions which he is considering.
This applies with particular force in the case of alternating current work. This covers symbols, fundamentals, electrostatics and magnetism.
In order to provide this information, much space has been devoted in the various sections to clear descriptions of the circuits and principles which are used in the different types of electrical apparatus. One of the most important changes in was the exclusion of many of the Appendices which were published as separate Guidance Notes see page Section 6 has been added to in the edition, and, in addition, in an extended Part 7, there is increased emphasis on periodic inspection and testing.
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Add to cart download now. Sign in to add to Wish List. Details Edition: Newnes Electrical Pocket Book, Twenty-first Edition, provides engineers with convenient access to various facts, tables, and formulae relating to the particular branch of engineering being dealt with.
In the case of electrical engineering, it is essential that the engineer have a clear understanding of the methods by which the various formulae are derived to ensure that any particular formulae is applicable to the conditions being considered. The first section of the Pocket Book is devoted to the theoretical groundwork upon which all the practical applications are based.
This covers symbols, fundamentals, electrostatics, and magnetism. Significant space in the various sections is also devoted to clear descriptions of the circuits and principles used in the different types of electrical apparatus.
The inclusion of technical descriptions, along with the essential data embodied in the tables, offer the ideal combination for those engineers engaged on the utilization side of the industry, where many different types of equipment and electrical appliances—ranging from semiconductor rectifiers to electrode steam boilers—may have to be specified, installed, and maintained in efficient operation.
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