Electrical Power Engineering
A valuable introduction to key concepts in electric power engineering for both entry-level and seasoned professionals. Table of Contents: 1. Energy Sources and Electric Power; 2. Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Circuits; 3. The Power Transformer; 4. Synchronous Machines; 5. D.C. Machines; 6. Induction Machines; 7. The Electric Power System Network; Appendix: Complex Numbers, Phasors, Impedances, and Polyphase Circuits. 200 illustrations.
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Energy Sources and Electric Power
Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Circuits
The Power Transformer
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