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Cooling Methods for Electronic Equipment Guide Manual
Requirements for electronic equipment have been steadily increasing. This trend in demand for equipment having improved performance, decreased size, greater reliability and complexity of function is continuing.
Electronics Mathematical Modeling Handbook
This document contains nonlinear mathematical models for a number of electronic components. These models were developed for use with the TAG computer program for static and dynamic circuit analysis.
Higher Electrical Engineering
In electronics the shift of emphasis to semiconductor devices is reflected in the omission of valve circuits from large sections of the text, in favor of bipolar transistor circuits. The field-effect transistor is dealt with in a later chapter.
Fuel Cell Technology Handbook
Fuel Cell Technology Handbook - Fuel cells are one of the cleanest and most efficient technologies for generating electricity.
Ferromagnetic-Core Design and Applications Handbook
The work within these chapters is dedicated expressly to engineers, technicians, and college students who arc presently or soon to be involved professionally with electronics. Nearly all modern circuits contain magnetic-core devices of one kind or another.
Electrical Wire and Cable Engineering Design Handbook
This handbook contains a wide variety of useful information and quantitative facts as well as authoritative references helpful in the design, development, usage, and maintenance, of wires and cables used in modern Army electronic and electrical systems.
DC AC Motors Types and Applications
Energy Conversion schemes are the key ideas (Electromechanically Energy conversion). Energy conversation are mainly Electrical Energy to Mechanical or Mechanical Energy to electrical energy.
Fundamentals of The Theory of Electricity
According to modern views, the atoms of all bodies are built of electrically charged particles-relatively light electrons charged negatively and relatively heavy atomic nuclei charged positively. Bodies that are neutral from an electrical viewpoint appear so to u~ only because the negative charge of their electrons equals the positive charge of the atomic nuclei in them.
Network Analysis and Synthesis
Introduction to the study of electric networks based upon a system theoretic approach.
Basic Electrical Engineering, SI Units
Electrical engineering and design textbook
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