A long established reference book: radical revision for the fifteenth edition includes complete rearrangement to take in chapters on new topics and regroup the subjects covered for easy access to information.
The Electrical Engineer's Reference Book, first published in 1945, maintains its original aims: to reflect the state of the art in electrical science and technology and cater for the needs of practising engineers. Most chapters have been revised and many augmented so as to deal properly with both fundamental developments and new technology and applications that have come to the fore since the fourteenth edition was published (1985).
Topics covered by new chapters or radically updated sections include: digital and programmable electronic systems reliability analysis EMC power electronics fundamental properties of materials optical fibres maintenance in power systems electroheat and welding agriculture and horticulture aeronautic transportation health and safety procurement and purchasing * engineering economics
INCLUDE: Fifty-one chapters grouped under the headings - General principles; Materials; Power generation; Transmission and distribution; Power systems; Electricity utilization - power control and conversion; Electricity utilization - materials treatment; Electricity utilization - environmental; Electricity utilization - transportation.
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- © Newnes 1993
- 11th October 1993
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Head of Dept, Electrical Engineering & Electronics, Liverpool
'For its concise and concentrated text and data and for its outstanding arrangement and indexing it is essential to more-or-less any electrical engineering office and laboratory and so will also prove extremely useful for any library collection serving practising or theoretical electrical engineers.' Reference Reviews