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26. D.C. Generators...
28. Generator Characteristics
29. D.C. Motor
30. Speed Control of D.C. Motors Factors Controlling Motor Speed—Speed Control of Shunt Motors—Speed Control of Ser ics Motors —Merits and Demer-its of Rheostatic Control Method--Series-Parallel Control—Electric Braking—Electric Braking of Shunt Motor—Electric Braking of Series Motors—Electronic Speed control Method for D.C. Motors—Uncontrolled Rectifiers—Controlled Real-fiers--Thyristor Choppers—Thyristor Inverters—Thyristor Speed Control of Separatebr.emited D.C.Motor—ThyrIstor Speed Control of D.C. Seres Motor—Full-wave Speed Control of a Shunt Motoe—Thristor Control of a Shunt Motor—Thyristor Speed Control of a Series D.C. Motor—Necessity of a Starter—Shunt Motor Starter—Three-point Starter—Four. point Starter—Starting and Speed Control of Series MOIOrs—Coadingof Starting Resistance—Shunt Motors—Series Motor Starters—Thristor Controller Starters.
31. Testing of D.C. Machines Brake Test—Swinburnes Tot--Advantages of Swinburnes Test —Main Disadvantages—Regenerative or Hopkinson's Test —Alternathe Connections for Hopkinson-% Test—Merits of Hopkinsons lest—Retardation or Running Down 'Test—Cc)
36. Single-Phase Motors Types of Single-phase Motors-Single-phase Induction Mo. tor--Double-field Revolving Theory--Making Single-phase Induction Motor Self -srarting-foohralent Circuit of Single-phase Induction Motor Without Core Loss-Equivalent Crmuit -With Core loss-Types of Capacitors-Start Mo-tors Capacitor Start-and-Run Motor- -Shaded-pole Single-phase Motor-Repulsion Type Motors-Repulsion Motor---Repulsion Principle-Compensated Repulsion Motor-Re- pulsion-start Induction-run Motor— Repulsion Induction Motor A.C. Series Motors -Universal Motor Speed Con-trol of Universal Motors- -Unexcited Single-phase Synchro-nous Motors—Reluctance Motor—hysteresis Motor—Ques-tions and Answers on Single-phase Motors.
38. Synchronous Motor Synchronous Motor.General---Principle of Operation—Method of Starting - Motor on Load with Constant Excitation--Power Flow within a Synchronous Motor- Euuhralent Circuit of a Synchronous Motor—Power Developed by a Synchronous Motor—Synchronous Motor with Different Excitations—Effect of Increased Load with Constant Excitation—Effect of Changing Excitation of Constant Load—Different Torques of a Synchronous Motor —Power Developed by a Synchronous Motor—Alternative Expression for Power Developed Vari-ous Conditions of Maxims—Salient Pole Synchronous Mo-tor—Power Developed by a Salient Pole Synchronous Motor — Effects of Excitation on Armature Current and Power Factor —Cortstant-Power tines—Construction of V-curees. 'hinting°, Surging or Phase Swinging—nlethods of SUlting—Proccdurc for Starting a Synchronous Motor—Comparison between Synchronous and Induction Motors—Synchronous Motor Applications—Questions and Answers on synchronous Motors.
39 W. Special Machines ...1535--1568 Introduction—Stepper Stotrws—Types of Stepper Motors—Variable Reluctance Stepper Motors —Multi.stac L VR Stepper Motor--Perrnanent • Magnet Stepping Motor—hybrid Stepper Motor—Summary of Stepper Motors—Permanent.Magnel DC Motor—Low-Inertia DC Motors—Shell.type Low-intertia DC Motor - Printed.eircuit (Disc) DC Motor—renanent•Mag. net Synchronous Motors—Synchros--Types o1 Synchros—Applications of Synchros, Control Differential ransmitter — Control DifIcrential Receiver—Snitched Reluctance Motor — Comparison between VR Stepper Motor and SR Motor— I he Resolver—Senomotors—DC Servomotors—AC Servomotors.