Industrial Electronics for Engineers, Chemists, and Technicians

  • ID: 1766469
  • Book
  • 317 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Turn to this multipurpose reference for a practical understanding of electronics in the factory or laboratory. It's perfect for people who are not electrical engineers but who need to use electronic equipment every day at work. Avoid or solve common problems in the use of electronics in the factory or lab and optimize the use of measurement and control equipment with this helpful resource!

The guide is easy to understand by anyone who has taken a high school physics courseùyet it provides quick, specific solutions for such electronics issues as feedback oscillation, ground loops, impedance mismatch, noise pickup, and optimization of PID controllers.

Use Industrial Electronics as a hands-on resource to handle typical electronics questions as they arise, as a self-study text to provide a broad background for understanding general electronics issues and design, or even for an instructor-led, on-the-job training course in shop or lab electronics. Because of the highly detailed explanations in the book, instructors themselves do not need to be experts. Of course, the volume is perfect for use as a textbook in college and vocational school courses.

The laboratory experiments are optional and may be used merely as examples. Components are inexpensive and can be obtained from consumer electronics stores such as Radio Shack or from electronics suppliers on the Web. The circuit diagrams are greatly simplified and completely understandable, with every component explained.

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Introduction
Ohm's Law and Measurements
Resistances in Parallel
Series Resistances I: Bad Output Voltages
Series Resistances II: Bad Measurements
Series Resistances III: Bad Grounds
Soldering
The Oscilloscope
Capacitors
Inductors
Filters and Resonance
Relays
Semiconductors
Diodes
The Bipolar Transistor
Sine Wave Oscillators
Multivibrators
FET's and Tubes
Radio and Modulation
Electric Motors
SCRs and Triacs
Photonics
Analog OpAmp ICs
Digital Microprocessor ICs
Equipment List for Entire Course
Appendices
Resistivities
Dielectric Constants
Dielectric Strengths
Magnetic Permeabilities
Vacuum Tube Characteristics
Field Effect Transistor Characteristics
Bipolar Transistor Characteristics
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Shanefield, Daniel J.
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