Fundamentals Of Power Electronics

Fundamentals Of Power Electronics

1997 | 1326 Pages | ISBN: 0412085410 | PDF | 5 MB

This six-part book fully and completely explains the principles, models, and technical requirements of power electronics at a higher level than is currently published. The book moves logically from theory to application-specific material, covering in one source what readers are currently finding in two or more texts. Bob Erickson creates the context in Parts 1 and 2 of his book covering converter circuits and electronics, semiconductor devices, analytical assessment techniques, converter topologies, and AC-modeling of DC converters. Later chapters cover theory, design, and application techniques for control systems, magnetics, converters, inverters, and filters. Each chapter includes homework problems, step-by-step design techniques, and real-world examples.


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