Friday, May 25, 2018

The J & P Transformer Book Thirteenth edition By Martin J. Heathcote

The J & P Transformer Book Thirteenth edition By Martin J. Heathcote

1 Transformer theory
2 Design fundamentals
3 Basic materials
4 Transformer construction
5 Testing of transformers
6 Operation and maintenance
7 Special features of transformers for paticular purposes
8 Transformer enquiries and tenders
e design and manufacture of transformers is not cutting edge technology, and compared with many fi elds of engineering, progress is slow and change is gradual. The question might therefore be asked as to what is the need for a new and revised edition of The J & P Transformer Book. It is also true that in many branches of the industry the book has become well known and widely respected, and many owners will not consider replacing their trusted old edition. Indeed, many transformer engineers swear by copies handed down to them from older colleagues. After all, transformers are expected to have long lives so that many that are currently in service could have been designed 20 or 30 years ago using practices that have long been considered out of date.


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