Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers
McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 15, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 2000 pages
The Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers has served the EE field for nearly a century. Originally published in 1907, through 14 previous editions it has been a required resource for students and professionals. This new 15th edition features new material focusing on power generation and power systems operation – two longstanding strengths of the handbook that have recently become front-burner technology issues. At the same time, the entire format of the handbook will be streamlined, removing archaic sections and providing a quick, easy look-up experience.
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Section 2 Electric and Magnetic Circuits
Section 3 Measurements and Instruments
Section 4 Properties of Materials
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