Practical Electronics Handbook

Author: Ian R. Sinclair
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483105091
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Practical Electronics Handbook, Second Edition covers information useful in electronics, with focus on mathematical conventions. The handbook discusses the passive (resistors, capacitors, band coding, and inductors) and active discrete (diodes, transistors and negative feedback) components; discrete component circuits; and transferring digital data. Linear I.C.s, which are the single-chip arrangements of amplifier circuits that are intended to be biased and operated in a linear way, and digital I.C.s, which process signals and consist of two significant voltage levels, are also considered. The book also describes serial and parallel data transfer methods. The text will be beneficial to constructor of electronic circuits, service engineers and design engineers.

Practical Transformer Handbook

Author: Irving Gottlieb
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080514567
Format: PDF
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Practical Transformer Handbook shows how a transformer can be put to use, common problems which a user will face, and which is the most appropriate in a particular situation. Anyone working with transformers will find this a valuable user guide. Theory and mathematics are kept to a minimum, and instead the everyday working of these devices is described. Practical Transformer Handbook covers transformers in electronic technology, control techniques, instrumentation, and other more unusual applications. In this practical book a wide range of devices, uses and problems are explored, from parametric transformers, transmission line RF transformers and Tesla coils to the effect of geomagnetic storms on power transformers and dealing with the ever-present third harmonic in iron core transformers. Irving Gottlieb is a leading author of many books for practising engineers, technicians and students of electronic and electrical engineering. Practical, concise and wide-ranging coverage Maths and theory kept to a minimum Written for a wide professional market

The Electronics Handbook

Author: Jerry C. Whitaker
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780849383458
Format: PDF, ePub
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The superb organization of The Electronics Handbook means that it is not only a comprehensive and fascinating reference, but also a pleasure to use. Some of these organizational features include:

Practical Oscillator Handbook

Author: Irving Gottlieb
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080539386
Format: PDF, Docs
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Oscillators have traditionally been described in books for specialist needs and as such have suffered from being inaccessible to the practitioner. This book takes a practical approach and provides much-needed insights into the design of oscillators, the servicing of systems heavily dependent upon them and the tailoring of practical oscillators to specific demands. To this end maths and formulae are kept to a minimum and only used where appropriate to an understanding of the theory. Once grasped, the theory of the general oscillator is easily put into practical use in actual oscillators. The final two chapters present a collection of oscillators from which the practising engineer or the hobbyist can obtain useful guidance for many kinds of projects. Irving Gottlieb is a leading author of many books for practising engineers, technicians and students of electronic and electrical engineering. First Newnes title by this best-selling author Clarity and crispness in an often obscure field

Nano and Molecular Electronics Handbook

Author: Sergey Edward Lyshevski
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420008142
Format: PDF, Docs
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There are fundamental and technological limits of conventional microfabrication and microelectronics. Scaling down conventional devices and attempts to develop novel topologies and architectures will soon be ineffective or unachievable at the device and system levels to ensure desired performance. Forward-looking experts continue to search for new paradigms to carry the field beyond the age of microelectronics, and molecular electronics is one of the most promising candidates. The Nano and Molecular Electronics Handbook surveys the current state of this exciting, emerging field and looks toward future developments and opportunities. Molecular and Nano Electronics Explained Explore the fundamentals of device physics, synthesis, and design of molecular processing platforms and molecular integrated circuits within three-dimensional topologies, organizations, and architectures as well as bottom-up fabrication utilizing quantum effects and unique phenomena. Technology in Progress Stay current with the latest results and practical solutions realized for nanoscale and molecular electronics as well as biomolecular electronics and memories. Learn design concepts, device-level modeling, simulation methods, and fabrication technologies used for today's applications and beyond. Reports from the Front Lines of Research Expert innovators discuss the results of cutting-edge research and provide informed and insightful commentary on where this new paradigm will lead. The Nano and Molecular Electronics Handbook ranks among the most complete and authoritative guides to the past, present, and future of this revolutionary area of theory and technology.

Power Electronics Design Handbook

Author: Nihal Kularatna
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080514239
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Power Electronics Design Handbook covers the basics of power electronics theory and components while emphasizing modern low-power components and applications. Coverage includes power semiconductors, converters, power supplies, batteries, protection systems, and power ICs. One of the unique features of the Power Electronics Design Handbook is the integration of component and system theory with practical applications, particularly energy-saving low-power applications. Many chapters also include a section that looks forward to future developments in that area. References for further information or more in-depth technical reading are also included. Nihal Kularatna is a principal research engineer with the Arthur C. Clarke Foundation in Sri Lanka. He is also the author of Modern Electronic Test and Measuring Instruments, published by the Institute of Electrical Engineers. Emphasizes low- and medium-power components Offers a unique mix of theory and practical application Provides a useful guide to further reading

Power Electronics Handbook

Author: Muhammad H. Rashid
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 0128114088
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Power Electronics Handbook, Fourth Edition, brings together over 100 years of combined experience in the specialist areas of power engineering to offer a fully revised and updated expert guide to total power solutions. Designed to provide the best technical and most commercially viable solutions available, this handbook undertakes any or all aspects of a project requiring specialist design, installation, commissioning and maintenance services. Comprising a complete revision throughout and enhanced chapters on semiconductor diodes and transistors and thyristors, this volume includes renewable resource content useful for the new generation of engineering professionals. This market leading reference has new chapters covering electric traction theory and motors and wide band gap (WBG) materials and devices. With this book in hand, engineers will be able to execute design, analysis and evaluation of assigned projects using sound engineering principles and adhering to the business policies and product/program requirements. Includes a list of leading international academic and professional contributors Offers practical concepts and developments for laboratory test plans Includes new technical chapters on electric vehicle charging and traction theory and motors Includes renewable resource content useful for the new generation of engineering professionals

Power Electronics Handbook

Author: F. F. Mazda
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 1483102157
Format: PDF, ePub
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Power Electronics Handbook: Components, Circuits, and Applications is a collection of materials about power components, circuit design, and applications. Presented in a practical form, theoretical information is given as formulae. The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 deals with the usual components found in power electronics such as semiconductor devices and power semiconductor control components, their electronic compatibility, and protection. Part 2 tackles parts and principles related to circuits such as switches; link frequency chargers; converters; and AC line control, and Part 3 covers the applications for semiconductor circuits. The text is recommended for engineers and electricians who need a concise and easily accessible guide on power electronics.

Practical Electronics for Inventors Fourth Edition

Author: Paul Scherz
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education TAB
ISBN: 9781259587542
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This fully updated, hands-on guide teaches all the electronics skills necessary to become a successful inventor Practical Electronics for Inventors, Fourth Edition explains everything from general theory to specific components, devices, and equipment with a pragmatic, application-driven approach. Designed for developers, inventors, and hobbyists, the book instills the deep understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of electronics necessary to turn ideas into functioning devices. Inside, you will find in-depth coverage of basic circuits, ICs, input and output devices, power sources, semiconductors, microcontrollers, remote control systems, and much more. Also included are plain-language discussions on advanced topics such as phase, multivibrator circuits, and Karnaugh maps. The fourth edition of this classic guide incorporates updates, corrections, clarifications and expansions designed to make it even more comprehensive, authoritative, and up-to-date. Expanded coverage of microcontrollers features details on the Internet of Things (IoT) Features an all-new chapter on programmable logic, including field-programmable gate arrays Includes thousands of graphics, including photographs, line drawings, schematics, and symbol arrays

Practical Electric Motor Handbook

Author: Irving Gottlieb
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080514390
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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Experienced product designers are increasingly expected to be adept at incorporating a range of components into their designs. Students and experimenters too need to look beyond basic circuits and devices to achieve adequate design solutions. For those experienced in engineering design, this is the guide to electric motors. This book will allow engineers and designers to marry the technologies they know about with motor technology, and hence to incorporate motors into their products. Of the many good books on motors, such as Electric Motors and Drives by Hughes, none offer the engineering professional a tailored guide to motors taking into account their expertise. This book fills that gap. Irving Gottlieb is a leading author of many books for practising engineers, technicians and students of electronic and electrical engineering. Practical approach with minimum theory Covers a core area ignored by many electronics texts Shows how to incorporate motors into electronic products