Marine Electrical Equipment and Practice

Marine Electrical Equipment and Practice

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Caters for marine engineer candidates for Department of Transport Certification as Marine Engineer Class One and Class Two. It covers the various items of ships' electrical equipment and explains operating principles. David McGeorge is a former lecturer in Marine Engineering at the College of Maritime Studies, Warsash, Southampton. He is the author of General Engineering Knowledge.Interpoles are represented in diagrams by the symbol used in Figure 6.16. ... similar increase in interpole flux, so that change of armature reaction is cancelled by the changing flux of the interpole. ... Shaft magnetisation is avoided by arranging that current flows in opposite directions through main pole and interpole circuits.

Title:Marine Electrical Equipment and Practice
Publisher:Butterworth-Heinemann - 2014-06-28


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