Electrical Power Conversion, Efficiency, and Distribution
Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering
Introduction to Electrical Engineering course required for non-EE majors. The most widely used book for this course, Rizzoni introduces non-majors to the
three basic areas of electrical engineering: circuits, electronics, and electromechanics.
The Marine Electrical and Electronics Bible
most comprehensive electrical and electronics handbook for sailors. More and more boaters are buying and relying on electronic and electrical devices aboard their boats, but few are aware of proper installation procedures or how to safely troubleshoot these devices if they go on the blink.
Computing the Electrical Activity in the Heart
The book gives an introduction to the most important models of the field, followed by a detailed description of numerical techniques for the models.
Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Eleventh Edition
Twice awarded the AIA's Citation for Excellence in International Architecture Book Publishing, Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings isrecognized for its comprehensiveness, clarity of presentation, and timely coverage of new design trends and technologies.
Technologies for Electrical Power Conversion, Efficiency, and Distribution
Electrical Power Conversion, Efficiency, and Distribution: Methods and Processes combines unparalleled research, contemporary achievements, and emerging trends within electrical energy conversion technologies and renewable energy sources.
Condition Monitoring of Rotating Electrical Machines
his is a first edition of this book, written by Tavner & Penman was published in 1987. The economics of industry has now changed, as a result of the privatization and deregulation of the energy industry, placing far more emphasis on the importance of the reliable operation of a plant, throughout the whole life-cycle, regardless of first cost.
III-Nitride Semiconductors: Electrical, Structural and Defects Properties
There is also great scientific interest in this class of materials because they appear to form the first semiconductor system in which extended defects donot severely affect the optical properties of devices.