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Rotating equipment is so common, yet so misunderstood, that even highly experienced electricians and engineers are often plagued with questions about their operation. This article will answer seven of the most commonly asked questions. The explanations are brief and practical due to space limitations; however, they will enable you to have a better understanding of this equipment.
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Each page contains 15 objective type questions for checking your electrical concepts. All the quizzes are presented to you in easiest and simplest format. List of answers can be viewed by clicking the button given at the end of each page. You can see the answer of each question side by side.
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