Handbook of Electrical Engineering Calculations
Arun G. Phadke
CRC Press, Apr 16, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 336 pages
Written by experienced teachers and recognized experts in electrical engineering, Handbook of Electrical Engineering Calculations identifies and solves the seminal problems with numerical techniques for the principal branches of the field -- electric power, electromagnetic fields, signal analysis, communication systems, control systems, and computer engineering. It covers electric power engineering, electromagnetics, algorithms used in signal analysis, communication systems, algorithms used in control systems, and computer engineering. Illustrated with detailed equations, helpful drawings, and easy-to-understand tables, the book serves as a practical, on-the-job reference.
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Electric Power Engineering Arun G Phadke
Electromagnetics Edmund K Miller
Algorithms Used in Signal Analysis Hugh F VanLandingham
Communication Systems Timothy Pratt
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Page 316 - The Bradley Department of Electrical Engineering Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, VA 24061 ABSTRACT: A bidirectional, soft-switching, PWM converter with application to the Space Station uninterruptible power supply is presented.