|Handbook of Small Electric Motors|
A complete, definitive source for the design, manufacture, application, and testing of small electric motors less than ten horsepower *Gives motor design engineers, test technicians, and engineers top-to-bottom coverage of materials used in motor manufacturing, as well as how-to advice on selecting the right design and assembly method *Includes a full section on motor applications
A COMPENIUM OF EXPERT INFORMATION ON TODAY'S DESIGNS, METHODS, AND MATERIALS--
Get up to speed on the latest design and manufacturing tools and techniques with this expert guide from leaders of the motor industry. A superb source of innovative, productivity, and profit-increasing solutions, HANDBOOK OF SMALL ELECTRIC MOTORS gives you more help with selection, calculation, assembly methods, and on-the-spot data than you can find anywhere else.
There's no other source that approaches this unique reference for comprehensive, clear coverage of small motor design, production, and use. For cost-cutting, efficiency-boosting solutions, and the answers you need now, this is a resource that will prove its value every day on the job.
INFORMATION YOU CAN USE:
*A complete source for the design, manufacture, and application of electric motors of 10 hp or less
*Comprehensive introduction to electric motor basics
*Detailed coverage of more than 17 types of motors and drives
*Step-by-step calculation methods for design and application of all featured motors, with examples
*Best source for applications information
*Reference data on materials and manufacturing methods
*Key information on small electric motors for appliances, automobiles, computers, business machines, HVAC, power tools, industrial drives, and many other applications
About the Author
William H. Yeadon, P.E. is the President of Yeadon Engineering Services, P.C. and Yeadon Energy Systems, Inc. He helped to establish the motor college for the Small Motor and Motion Association (SMMA). His is a member of SMMA, Electrical Manufacturing and Coil Winding Association (EMCWA), National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) and The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE).
He currently writes and teaches courses for the SMMA and EMCWA, designs motors, and is a consultant. He has more than 30 years of experience in electric motors, holding positions in design and development, management, production, and quality control with companies that include Redmond Motors, A.O. Smith, Warner Electric, and the motor division of Barber-Colman Company. Alan W. Yeadon, P.E. holds a degree from the University of Illinois.
He assisted in the establishment of the SMMA motor college and has taught PMDC motor design classes. He has design experience in ac induction motors, dc permanent-magnet and wound-field motors, electronically commuted bushless dc, and switched-reluctance motors. He has 12 years experience in product design, consulting, and development of software for electric motor of design and analysis. He is a registered professional engineer in Michigan and Illinois.