Introduction to Power Electronics

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Prentice-Hall international, 1997 - Power electronics - 418 pages
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For undergraduate (usually Junior/Senior) Power Electronics courses found in Electrical Engineering departments.

Introduction to Power Electronics is designed as a true textbook, complete with numerous examples, problems, chapter summaries and illustrations, and specifically covers power electronic circuits (not devices) specifically for undergraduates. Exceptionally thorough and impeccably accurate, this text provides more coverage of computer simulation and more introductory material on power calculations than most other texts of its kind, as it treats power computations, rectifiers, dc-dc converters and dc power supplies, inverters, and resonant converters. And, with a stronger design orientation, encouraging the use of PSpice simulations to address the text's many design problems and examples, this text stands out as being, at once, comprehensive, accessible, practical and current.

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