Electromechanical Devices & Components Illustrated by Brian Elliott

By Brian Elliott

Master the major parts of electromechanical components

Essential to the layout, fix, or operation of your electromechanical units, this quick-find reference presents illustrations, descriptions, and correct calculations for 2,000 time-tested electromechanical components.

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The fact of the matter is that a light bulb, like most other electrical appliances, is actually a mechanical device that is designed to use electricity as its energy source. The globe is designed to deal with extreme heat, rough handling, rapid cooling, light diffusion, protection from the atmosphere, dirt buildup, and convenience. The filament must be designed to withstand various shocks, repeated cycling and longevity, while still producing the light that we require. All of these parameters are mechanical in nature.

The basic screw can be considered to be an inclined plane that has been wrapped around a round shaft. In this way a spiral inclined plane is created, or a screw. Figure 2-22 shows how a simple screw is generated with an inclined plane. The progression of the spirals is referred to as the pitch, and the pitch is generally referred to in threads per inch (TPI). Cable Sheath Round Shaft Cable Fixed Pivot Return Spring Pitch Threads Inclined Plane Wrapped Around a Shaft Inclined Plane Figure 2-20 Cable and Sheath Actuator System Figure 2-22 Basic Screw Thread workers shuttle their two wheelers, pallet jacks, and fork lifts up and down the ramps that lead into the truck and the dock.

Finally the difference between direct current (DC) and alternating current (AC) are discussed. Chapter 2 reviews the basics of mechanics. All of the simple machine are discussed and the two principal energies. Simple examples of how the basic machines are applied are shown through out. Chapter 3 introduces the reader to electrical power sources, ranging from batteries to uninterruptible power supplies. A solid review of these power sources are provided giving the reader a clear grounding in this topic.

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