Tom Henry's Electric Motors Workbook
: TOM HENRY
Do you know the difference between: Consumed and dissipated, eddy current or hysteresis, wound rotor or synchronous, watt or volt amp, input or output, dynamic or regenerative braking, split-phase or universal motor, overload or overcurrent, conduction or induction, rotor or stator, variable or adjustable speed, slip or synchronous, interpole or field pole, lap or wave winding, repulsion or capacitor motor, type A or B rotor, code letter or service factor, solder pot or bimetallic, branch circuit or feeder, etc. You better BEFORE ever taking an electrical exam!
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