Electrical Machines, Drives, and Power Systems

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Prentice Hall, 1991 - Electric engineering - 727 pages
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Designed for students on electrical power technology courses, this book covers the fundamentals of the subject along with some recent developments. Transformers and rotating machines, transmission and distribution systems, and power electronics are among the topics discussed.

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An excellent book. Practically-oriented with unique approach in explaining essential theory. Recommended for universities and
polytechnics. Consolidated with the author's website http://www.wildi-theo.com

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Theodore Wildi is a professional engineer, Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and member of The American Society for Engineering Education. In Canada, he is Chair of the CSA Technical Committee on the International System of Units and Chair of the CAC/ISO/TC12 Committee on Quantities, Units, and Conversion Factors. In the United States, he serves as a member of the IEEE Standards Coordinating Committee 14 on Quantities, Units, and Letter Symbols. Mr. Wildi has written several books on electric power and is Professor Emeritus of Laval University. He was awarded the IEEE Centennial Medal and is a recipient of the General A.G.L. McNaughton Award.

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