Transformer Practice: Manufacture, Assembling, Connections, Operation and Testing
by William Thomas Taylor
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1913
Number of pages: 300
The writer seeks to keep this book practical and for a reference on all matters connected with the operation of transformers and static induction apparatus. It is particularly intended for those who are operating or constructing plants or transformers and is written with the view of assisting engineers out of certain operating difficulties which they can readily solve when they are short of the right apparatus and need a temporary arrangement such as using certain changes of phases.
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