INDUCTION MOTOR DESIGN BOOKS

6. THEORY AND DESIGN OF SMALL INDUCTION MOTORS, by Cyril G. Veinott, Ph.D.

This book has 471 pages. It was originally published in 1959 by McGraw-Hill, then published again in 1986 by the author. Pages are prints of the original text, plus minor corrections, and some empirical equations. This book stands alone in its field. It covers engineering and design procedures for small induction motors.

7. FRACTIONAL AND SUBFRACTIONAL-HORSEPOWER ELECTRIC
MOTORS, by Cyril Veinott Ph.D. and by Joseph E. Martin

The 4th ed., was published by McGraw-Hill, 1987. The 477 pages were published again in 1991 by Cyril G. Veinott. Since its first edition in 1939 this book has sold over 100,000 copies and is now regarded as the standard reference work in its field. The authors classify and discuss the various types of small electric motors in use today. Furthermore, they discuss auxiliary devices such as capacitors, starting switches, relays and thermal protectors. Eighteen basic motor types are treated. Their uses in various diverse applications are discussed.