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ISBN 9781420069822
Published January 25, 2008 by CRC Press
432 Pages - 547 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

Is it possible to design and make automatic devices for industrial and power engineering without microcircuits and microprocessors and without complex power supplies?

Electronic Devices on Discrete Components for Industrial and Power Engineering answers the question above with a resounding “Yes!” by describing ten original automatic devices based exclusively on modern discrete components. The book reveals that devices based on high-voltage transistors and thyristors as well as miniature vacuum and high power gas-filled reed switches are actually much simpler to implement and more reliable than traditional devices. By identifying elementary functional modules and the basic working principles of semi-conductor devices, the text allows for the construction of complete automatic devices. It also contains an extensive reference section that includes information on modern high-voltage bipolar, FET and IGBT transistors, thyristors and triacs, as well as reed switches.

Table of Contents

Solid-State Electronics Elements
Semiconducting Materials and p-n Junction
The Transistor’s Principle
Some Transistor Kinds
Bipolar Transistor General Modes
Transistor Devices in Switching Mode
Thyristors
Control of Thyristors on DC
Control of Thyristors on AC
Diac, Triac, Quadrac
Reed Switches
What is It?
Polarized and Memory Reed Switches
Power Reed Switches
High-Voltage Reed Relays
HV Reed Relays for Low current DC Circuits
HV Reed Relays for High Current Applications
Relay Responding to the Current Changing Rate
Differential HV Relay
Reed-Based Devices for Current Measurement in High Potential Circuits
Spark-Arresting Circuits for Reed Relays
Elementary Function Modules
Switching Devices
Generators, Multivibrators, Pulse-Pairs
Timers
Logic Elements
Overcurrent and Overvoltage Protection Modules
Voltage Stabilizers and Regulators
Other Functional Modules for Automatic Devices
Simple Protective Relays on Discrete Components
Universal Overcurrent Protective Relays
Simple Very High-Speed Overcurrent Protection Relay
The New Generation Universal Purpose Hybrid Reed-Solid State Protective Relays
Automatic High-Voltage Circuit Breakers
High-Speed Voltage Unbalance Relay
Impulse Action Protective Relay
Improvement of Microprocessor-Based Protective Relays
Power Supply of Microprocessor-Based Protective Relays at Emergency Mode
Increasing Reliability of Trip Contacts in Microprocessor-Based Protective Relays
Automatic Devices for Power Engineering
Arc Protection Device for Switchboards 6-24 kV
Automatic-Reset Short Circuit Indicator for 6-24 kV Bus Bars
High Current Pulse Transducer for Metal-Oxide Surge Arrester
Current Transformers Protection for Secondary Circuit Disconnection
A Single-Phase Short Circuit Indicator for Internal HV Cables in Medium Voltage Substation
Ground Circuit Fault Indicator for Underground HV Cable Network
HV Indicators for Switchgears and Switchboards
Appendices
High Speed Miniature Reed Switches
High-Voltage Vacuum Reed Switches
Mercury Wetted Reed Switches
Industrial Dry Reed Switches
High Voltage Bipolar Transistors
High Voltage Darlington Transistors
High Voltage FET Transistors
High Voltage IGBT Transistors
High Voltage Thyristors
High Voltage Triacs
Bilateral Voltage-Trigger Switches

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