Thyristorised Power Controllers
A comprehensive treatment of the principles of power electronics, this text is unusually thorough in that it covers the high-power circuits associated with thyristorised power controllers and the low-power electronic control circuitry vital to the operation of a practical system. A special feature of the book is its detailed presentation of gating and control circuits associated with each type of converter. An outstanding text and reference for the study and design of power electronic apparatus such as thyristor converters, cycloconverters, inverters, and choppers.
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