Motor Control Electronics Handbook

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, May 1, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 700 pages
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This is a clear, up-to-the-minute guide to controlling all types of motors—with precise, adaptable intelligence. Featuring the latest in electronics technology, this expert-written guide gives you everything from the fundamentals to cutting-edge design tips, including real-life examples with software code. With this insider's guide to electronic control technology, you'll be ready to make motors work better now and into the future.

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Contents

DC Motor Control Designs
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Summary
83
Automotive Motor Controls
87
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About the author (1998)

Richard Valentine is technical group leader of Motorola's GENESIS advanced vehicular electronics team. Holder of three patents and author of over 50 papers on electronic controls, he has 30 years' experience with power electronics and semiconductor devices used in industrial, computer, consumer, and automotive systems. The other contributors to this book—Ken Berringer, Gary Dashey, Scott Deuty, Randy Frank, Jim Gray, Bill Lucas, Thomas Huettl, Peter Pinewski, Chuck Powers, Pablo Rodriquez, Warren Schultz, and Dave Wilson—are all distinguished members of Motorola's advanced engineering and technical staff.

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