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by Graham Astbury

eBook Three-Phase Conversion: Running Three-phase Equipment on Single Phase Supplies (Workshop Practice) download ISBN: 1854862626
Author: Graham Astbury
Publisher: Specialist Interest Model Books ltd; Illustrated edition (September 22, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 152
ePub: 1973 kb
Fb2: 1881 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Engineering
Subcategory: Engineering

A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase electricity supplies. Lots of information about how 3 phase converters work. I love this whole 'Workshop Practice' series. One person found this helpful.

A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase electricity supplies. Absent the folksy, idiotic text of another book on this same subject that I purchased.

Three-Phase Conversion: Running Three-phase Equipment on Single Phase Supplies (Workshop Practice)

Three-Phase Conversion: Running Three-phase Equipment on Single Phase Supplies (Workshop Practice).

Three-Phase Conversion book. This book provides an invaluable source of practical guidance on how anyone can find out the type of electrical equipment they have, and how to convert it to run on a single-phase supply. A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase. The book provides calculations, step-by-step instructions with photographs and diagrams and covers electricity supplies in the UK, North America, Europe and the rest of the world. Finally, it also advises on which equipment cannot be converted at al. .

A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase electricity supplies.

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Three-Phase Conversion: Running Three-phase Equipment on Single Phase Supplies (Workshop Practice).

Three-phase Conversion (N. 7). A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase electricity supplies. The book provides exact calculations, step-by-step instructions with photographs and diagrams and covers electricity supplies in the UK, North America, Europe and the rest of the world. Finally, it also advises on which equipment cannot be converted.

The book provides calculations, step-by-step instructions with photographs and diagrams and covers electricity supplies in the UK, North America, Europe and the rest of the world.

A practical guide to running three-phase equipment on single-phase electricity supplies. Often, model engineers buy industrial workshop equipment, such as lathes, drilling machines and milling machines, which usually require a three-phase electricity supply. Although ready-built phase converters are available, they can often cost as much or even more than the equipment purchased. This book provides an invaluable source of practical guidance on how anyone can find out the type of electrical equipment they have, and how to convert it to run on a single-phase supply. The book provides calculations, step-by-step instructions with photographs and diagrams and covers electricity supplies in the UK, North America, Europe and the rest of the world. Finally, it also advises on which equipment cannot be converted at all.
Comments: (7)
Tygokasa
I pump out of the river near my home and needed a big pump (3 phase) but only have singe phase power. I bought an inverter that was supposed to do that for me but I needed to understand what I was giving up and how to test that I had it configured optimally. This book is unique since it is written so that semi-technical people like me can understand what my options are. This book is excellent in explaining how and why and also options to accomplish the end result. I ended up testing the inverter that I bought trying different configurations trying to optimize it's output. I finally was satisfied that the stock inverter had done all that was possible to accomplish this. I feel now that I could design and build an inverter from parts and actually have it work. The internet has solutions but this book was necessary to understand what I would be doing and how to optimize the outcome. Thanks to the author of this book, I now feel safe with my configuration. Great resource for amatures like me to finally understand Three Phase function and circuits. I highly recommend this book.
Raelin
Excellent book. Lots of information about how 3 phase converters work. Absent the folksy, idiotic text of another book on this same subject that I purchased. If you're not familiar with electricity, you'll have to do some digging, but it is worth it. Even with a minimal understanding, you'll understand the material here, and even if you don't build your own, this information will help you buy an off-the-shelf converter intelligently.
TheSuspect
The book starts with the basics of A-C induction motors, and how to calculate the various properties required to run a 3 phase motor on a single phase.

The book is written by an author in the UK. The book the examples are for the UK power system (240 Volts, 50Hz), with notes and details power system in other parts of the world (North America(110Volts, 60Hz), Japan(100Volts, 50 or 60 Hz), EU, and Australia) and it has an appendix specifically about the power in the USA. If you understand the basics in the first 3 chapters, then the different power systems are not a big deal.
I would recommend this book to other people buying used 3 phase equipment.

A neat aspect of the book is the author is donating the proceeds to charity... I thought this was cool.
Majin
EXCELLENT. A great series. I collected them all. Really a once-read book but I got a lot of good ideas and information from it. If you need to know (more) about three phase conversion, this is the book for you. I don't think there is a single topic not covered.
Ndav
Good, practical knowledge. Only down side is that it's British so everything's based on 230VAC line current. I love this whole 'Workshop Practice' series.
sergant
A interesting book. I still read it on occasion.
ladushka
Good buy
Good material