Thursday, June 21, 2018

Electrical Pocket Book By E.A. Reeves and Martin J. Heathcote Twenty-third edition

Electrical Pocket Book By E.A. Reeves and Martin J. Heathcote Twenty-third edition
Contents :
1 FUNDAMENTALS AND THEORY
2 PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS
3 PLASTICS AND RUBBER IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
4 SEMICONDUCTORS AND SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
5 RECTIFIERS AND CONVERTERS
6 COMPUTERS AND PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLERS
7 ELECTRICITY GENERATION
8 TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
9 CABLES
10 TRANSFORMERS AND TAPCHANGERS
11 TARIFFS AND POWER FACTOR
12 REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
13 LIGHTING
14 MOTORS AND CONTROL GEAR
15 SWITCHGEAR AND PROTECTION
Preface : 
It is now seven years since the twenty-second edition of the Pocket Book was published, a rather longer interval than might be desirable in the rapidly moving and rapidly developing world of electrical technology. We now have a new editor and, as a result, the possibility of some differing emphasis.Eric Reeves’ name has become synonymous with the Pocket Book. He has been editor for over forty years covering some ten or more editions. He is now enjoying his ‘retirement’. He has left a pocket reference work that is in good shape, but inevitably as the industry moves on, the detail is constantly subject to change. In the UK, privatization of electricity supply was some six years consigned to history at the time of publication of the twenty-second edition. But much of the transformation of the industry, which now sees electricity traded as any other commodity like oil or coffee beans, has taken place over the last five or six years. Many of the companies that the Government set up in 1989 have now disappeared and the structure of the industry has changed beyond recognition. Changes now occur so rapidly that the details of the UK utilities as given in the previous edition have been dropped. The reader must now keep up with these developments by closely watching the business pages of his or her newspaper.
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