Industrial Wiring – Polyakov, Kovarsky

In this post, we will see the book Industrial WiringManual for Trainee Electricians by G. Polyakov and A. Kovarsky.

About the book

The book is a how to do wiring for high power requirements. The book is divided into six parts. The first part deals with fundamentals of electric power supplies till 500 volts. This includes generation of electric power, and various installations used for setting up systems with 500 volt threshold. The second part considers setting up of consumer electrical circuits upto 500 volts. The third part gives an overview of cables and aerial lines. Part four deals with high voltage substations and has discussions on the equipments used, protective relays and signal circuits and switchgears for these substations. Part five discusses power equipments in form of high powered motors both AC and DC and their control mechanisms. Final sixth part discusses maintenance and safety issues.

The book was translated from Russian by J. A. Feinberg and was published in 1961 by  Progress Publishers.

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Contents

Part One ELECTRIC POWER SUPPLY

Chapter I The Generation and Use of Electric Power 7

Chapter II Electrical Installations Rated for Voltages up to 500 V 21

Part Two INSTALLATION OF WIRING AND DUSWAYS FOR CONSUMER ELECTRIC
CIRCUITS WITH VOLTAGES UP TO 500 VOLTS

Chapter III Installation of wiring 68

Chapter IV Busways 137

Part Three CABLE AND AERIAL LINES

Chapter V Arrangement and Installation of Cable Lincs 142

Chapter VI Features of Overhead Power Line Erection for Voltages up to 1,000 Volts 180

Part Four HIGH-VOLTAGE SUBSTATIONS

Chapter VII Features and Equipment of Transformer Substations in Industrial Undertakings 188

Chapter VIII Main Features of Protective Relaying, Signal Circuit and Interlocking Arrangements 212

Chapter IX Erection of Switchgear Installations for Voltages over 1,000 Volts 232

Part Five POWER ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Chapter X Types and Forms of Electrical Motors and Their Manual Control 259

Chapter XI Elements of Automatic Electric Motor Control
Automatic Control of Asynchronous (Induction) Motors 269

Chapter XII Mounting of Low-Power Electric Motors

Part Six OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Chapter XIII Operation and Maintenance of Electric Circuits and Equipment 285

 

 

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