Power Engineering ebook Collection

1st Edition

Ultimate CD


  • Colin Bayliss
  • D.F. Warne
  • W. S. Zaengl
  • Peter Kuffel
  • John Kuffel
  • Martin Heathcote
  • M. A. Laughton
  • Description

    Power Engineering ebook Collection contains 5 of our best-selling titles, providing the ultimate reference for every electrical engineer’s library. Get access to over 9000 pages of reference material, at a fraction of the price of the hard-copy books. This CD contains the complete ebooks of the following 5 Newnes titles: Laughton, Electrical Engineer’s Reference Book 16th Edition, 9780750646376 Kuffel, High Voltage Engineering Fundamentals, 9780750636346 Bayliss, Transmission & Distribution Electrical Engineering 3rd Edition, 9780750666732 Warne, Electrical Power Engineering, 9780750662680 Heathcote, J & P Transformer Book 13th Edition, 9780750681643

    Key Features

    *Five fully searchable titles on one CD providing instant access to the ULTIMATE library of engineering materials for power engineering professionals. *9000 pages of practical and theoretical power engineering information in one portable package. *Incredible value at a fraction of the cost of the print books


    Engineers, managers and planners involved in power system planning and project management. Electrical Engineers involved in the design, installation and maintenance of power transformers, electricity generation and distribution.


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    About the authors

    D.F. Warne

    REMaCS: Consultancy and engineering support in the design, testing and performance of rotating electrical machinery, Bromsgrove, UK

    Martin Heathcote

    Consultant specializing in power transformers, primarily working for utilities. In this context he has established working relationships with transformer manufacturers on several continents. His background with Ferranti and the UK’s Central Electricity Generating Board (CEGB) included transformer design and the management and maintenance of transformer-based systems.