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All trademarks used herein are the property of their respective owners. Units Theodore Wildi 1 2. Fundamentals of Mechanics and Heat Theodore Wildi 49 4. Direct-Current Generators Theodore Wildi 69 5.
Direct-Current Motors Theodore Wildi 95 6. Three-Phase Circuits Theodore Wildi 9. The Ideal Transformer Theodore Wildi Practical Transformers Theodore Wildi Special Transformers Theodore Wildi Three-Phase Transformers Theodore Wildi Synchronous Generators Theodore Wildi Synchronous Motors Theodore Wildi Single-Phase Motors Theodore Wildi Stepper Motors Theodore Wildi Generation of Electrical Energy Theodore Wildi Transmission of Electrical Energy Theodore Wildi Distribution of Electrical Energy Theodore Wildi The Cost of Electricity Theodore Wildi Direct-Current Transmission Theodore Wildi Introduction example, in measuring length some people use the inch and yard, while others use the millimeter and nits play an important role in our daily lives.
In U effect, everything we see and feel and every- thing we buy and sell is measured and compared by meter. But these units of length means of units. Some of these units have become so can be compared with great accuracy because the familiar that we often take them for granted, seldom standard of length is based upon the speed of light.
Since then we have come a long way in defining our units of measure more precisely. Most units are 1 Systems of units now based upon the physical laws of nature, which are both invariable and reproducible.
Thus the me- Over the years systems of units have been devised to ter and yard are measured in terms of the speed of meet the needs of commerce, industry, and science. A light, and time by the duration of atomic vibrations. Thus in and the one could not have been achieved without the English system of units, the inch, foot, and yard the other. Although the basic standards of reference are rec- The same correlation exists in metric systems, ognized by all countries of the world, the units of except that the units are related to each other by everyday measure are far from being universal.
For multiples of ten. Thus the centimeter, meter, and. Theodore Wildi. Published by Pearson Prentice Hall. It can be used by the research scientist, the It is therefore easier to convert meters into technician, the practicing engineer, and by the centimeters than to convert yards into feet, and this layman, thereby blending the theoretical and decimal approach is one of the advantages of the the practical worlds.
In specialized areas of atomic physics, the International System of Units, for which the and even in day-to-day work, other units may be universal abbreviation is SI. The SI was formally more convenient. Thus we will continue to measure introduced in , at the Eleventh General plane angles in degrees, even though the SI unit is the Conference of Weights and Measures, under the radian. It is not easy to switch overnight Quantity Unit Symbol from yards to meters and from ounces to grams.
And this is quite natural, because long familiarity with a Length meter m unit gives us an idea of its magnitude and how it re- Mass kilogram kg lates to the physical world. Time second s Nevertheless, the growing importance of SI Electric current ampere A particularly in the electrical and mechanical fields Temperature kelvin K makes it necessary to know the essentials of this Luminous intensity candela cd Amount of substance mole mol measurement system.
Consequently, one must be able to convert from one system to another in a sim- ple, unambiguous way. From these base units we derive other units to The SI possesses a number of remarkable fea- express quantities such as area, power, force, mag- tures shared by no other system of units: netic flux, and so on.
There is really no limit to the number of units we can derive, but some occur so 1. It is a decimal system. It employs many units commonly used in in- Thus, instead of saying that the unit of pressure is dustry and commerce; for example, volt, am- the newton per square meter, we use a less cumber- pere, kilogram, and watt. Some of the derived units 3. It is a coherent system that expresses with star- that have special names are listed in Table B. Quantity Unit Symbol.
In Electric conductance siemens S Canada the official spelling is metre. Magnetic flux density tesla T Pure water in an evacuated cell is cooled until Plane angle radian rad ice begins to form. The resulting temperature where Power watt W Pressure pascal Pa ice, water, and water vapor coexist is called the Solid angle steradian sr triple point of water and is equal to The triple point is equal to 0.
The platinum- transported in 1 second by a current of 1 ampere. The farad F is the capacitance of a capacitor tionary objects and to every application where a between the plates of which there appears a differ- force is involved. The hertz Hz is the frequency of a periodic The radian rad is the unit of measure of a plane phenomenon of which the period is 1 second. Hence 1 joule tance equal to one reciprocal ohm.
The newton N is that force which gives to a The steradian sr is the unit of measure of a solid mass of 1 kilogram an acceleration of 1 meter per angle with its vertex at the center of a sphere and en- second per second. Although the newton is defined in terms of a The tesla T is the unit of magnetic flux density mass and an acceleration, it also applies to sta- equal to one weber per square meter. Multiplier Exponent form Prefix SI symbol. The volt V is the difference of electric poten- They contain notes particularly useful to the reader tial between two points of a conducting wire carry- who is not yet familiar with the SI.
Angle radian rad 1 The weber Wb is the magnetic flux that, link- Area square meter m2 2 ing a circuit of one turn, produces in it an electro- Energy or work joule J motive force of 1 volt as it is reduced to zero at a Force newton N 3 uniform rate in 1 second. Volume cubic meter m3 Thus prefixes such as kilo, mega, nano, and centi Volume liter L 6 multiply the value of the unit by factors listed in 1.
Although the radian is the SI unit of angular measure, we Table C. Tables D, E, and F list some common units encoun- 6. This unit of volume is mainly used for liquids and gases. It tered in mechanics, thermodynamics, and electricity.
The official spelling in Canada is litre. Quantity SI unit Symbol Note. Thermodynamic, or absolute, temperature is expressed in kelvins. Inductance henry H Conversion chart adapted and reproduced with per- Potential difference volt V mission. The numbers show the relative size of Magnetomotive force ampere A 5 the connected units: the yard is 36 times larger than 1.
Formerly called mho. With this arrangement we can 3. What was formerly called an ampere turn is now simply simple method. Suppose we wish to convert from yards to mil- limeters.
Starting from yard in Fig. Unfamiliar units can be converted to units we know Conversely, if we want to convert from millime- well by using standard conversion tables.
But this is ters to yards, we start at millimeter and move up- strictly an arithmetic process that often leaves us ward against the direction of the arrows until we wondering if our calculations are correct. In making such conversions we apply Conversion charts can help eliminate this prob- the following rules: lem because they show the relative size of a unit by 1.
If, in traveling from one unit to another, we the position it occupies. The largest unit is at the move in the direction of the arrow, we mult- top, the smallest at the bottom, and intermediate iply by the associated number. Conversely, if we move against the arrow, we The units are connected by arrows, each of which divide. The number is the ratio of the larger to the smaller of the units that are connected and, Because the arrows point downward, this means hence, its value is always greater than unity.
The ar- that when moving down the chart we multiply, and row always points toward the smaller unit. Note that in moving In Fig. The rectangles bearing SI units extend slightly toward the left of the chart to distinguish them from other units. Each rectangle bears the symbol for the unit as well as the name of the unit written out in full. Example 1 Convert 2. Solution Starting from yard and moving toward millimeter Fig. We must therefore multiply the numbers associated with each arrow: 2.
Example 2 Convert meters into miles. Figure 2 Solution See Example 3. Starting from meter and moving toward mile, we Conversion chart adapted and reproduced with move first with, and then against, the direction of permission. Drawn from the arrows. Thus mass is expressed in Convert calories to kilowatt-hours.
In effect, we can create our own unit and moving from calorie to kilowatt-hour, we first specify the size of similar quantities compared to this travel downward with the arrow 4.
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