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Power Electronics Handbook provides a truly practical guide to the design of power circuits, characteristics of power semiconductor designs, power components and design techniques. In the new edition the sections on power and control components have been updated, the section on EMC covers the latest standards and a new section on automobile applications has been added.
It remains an invaluable source of reference for engineers and technicians, covering the design of power circuits, characteristics of power semiconductor devices, power components and design techniques.
- Written by a practicing electronics engineer for practicing engineers
- Mathematics is kept to a minimum
- More up-to-date than the competition
Practicing electronics and power electronics engineers; undergraduates on electronic engineering degrees
Part 1: Components
Power semiconductor devices
Power semiconductor control components
Power semiconductor circuits - a resume
A.C. line control converters
Forced commutation techniques
D.C. to D.C. converters
D.C. link frequency changers
Part 2: Applications
Power semiconductor circuit applications
Appendix 1: List of symbols
Appendix 2: Glossary of terms
- No. of pages:
- © Newnes 1998
- 4th September 1997
- Paperback ISBN:
- eBook ISBN:
Technical Manager for Nortel Networks.
''The Power Electronics Handbook remains an invaluable source of reference for engineers and technicians." --Elektor Electronics
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