For close to 30 years, Basic Electrical Engineering has been the go-to text for students of Electrical Engineering. Emphasis on concepts and clear mathematical derivations, simple language coupled with systematic development of the subject aided by illustrations makes this text a fundamental read on the subject. Divided into 17 chapters, the book covers all the major topics such as DC Circuits, Units of Work, Power and Energy, Magnetic Circuits, fundamentals of AC Circuits and Electrical Instruments and Electrical Measurements in a straightforward manner for students to understand.
In its 40th year, Principles of Electronics remains a comprehensive and succinct textbook for students preparing for B. Tech, B. E., B.Sc., diploma and various other engineering examinations. It also caters to the requirements of those readers who wish to increase their knowledge and gain a sound grounding in the basics of electronics. Concepts fundamental to the understanding of the subject such as electron emission, atomic structure, transistors, semiconductor physics, gas-filled tubes, modulation and demodulation, semiconductor diode and regulated D.C. power supply have been included, added and updated in the book as full chapters to give the reader a well-rounded view of the subject.
For over 15 years "Principles of Electrical Machines is an ideal text for students who look to gain a current and clear understanding of the subject as all theories and concepts are explained with lucidity and clarity. Succinctly divided in 14 chapters, the book delves into important concepts of the subject which include Armature Reaction and Commutation, Single-phase Motors, Three-phase Induction motors, Synchronous Motors, Transformers and Alternators with the help of numerous figures and supporting chapter-end questions for retention.
In the present edition,authors have made sincere efforts to make the book up-to-date.A noteable feature is the inclusion of two chapters on Power System.It is hoped that this edition will serve the readers in a more useful way.
One of the most comprehensive, clearly written books on electronic technology, Simpon's invaluable guide offers a concise and practical overview of the basic principles, theorems, circuit behavior and problem-solving procedures of this intriguing and fast-paced science. Examines a broad spectrum of topics, such as atomic structure, Kirchhoff's laws, energy, power, introductory circuit analysis techniques, Thevenin's theorem, the maximum power transfer theorem, electric circuit analysis, magnetism, resonance semiconductor diodes, electron current flow, and much more. Smoothly integrates the flow of material in a nonmathematical format without sacrificing depth of coverage or accuracy to help readers grasp more complex concepts and gain a more thorough understanding of the principles of electronics. Includes many practical applications, problems and examples emphasizing troubleshooting, design, and safety to provide a solid foundation in the field of electronics. An ideal reference source for electronic engineering technicians and those involved in the electronic technology field.
This book has been revised thoroughly. A large number of practical problems have been added to make the book more useful to the students. Also included, multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter.