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Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Introduction to Electrical Engineering

Introduction to Electrical Engineering by Mulukutla S Sarma Oxford. The purpose of this book is to present a problem-oriented introductory survey text for the extraordinarily interesting electrical engineering discipline by arousing student enthusiasm while addressing the underlying concepts and methods behind various applications ranging from consumer gadgets and biomedical electronics …

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Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering

Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering Book by Charles A. Gross and Thaddeus A. Roppel. This book presumes to present the fundamentals of electrical engineering. It is recommended to those who seek an understanding of the fundamentals of electrical engineering, separated from important, but nonessential, digressions into detailed technical analyses that are …

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Theory and Problems of Basic Electric Engineering

Theory and Problems of Basic Electric Engineering

Theory and Problems of Basic Electric Engineering by Jimmie J. Cathey Syed A. Nasar. it Covers all course fundamentals and supplea1ents any class text. Teaches effective problem-solving techniques. 620 Solved Problems with complete solutions. It also includes hundreds of additional problems with answers. The book covers electrical networks, electronic devices, …

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Electrician’s Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide

Electrician's Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide

Electrician’s Troubleshooting and Testing Pocket Guide by H. Brooke Stauffer. This guide describes troubleshooting techniques to identify such problems using portable field-testing instruments. Although it covers many types of test equipment, this book emphasizes the use of digital multimeters (DMMs), the most common and versatile electrician’s diagnostic tool. The Contents …

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Mastering Electrical Engineering

Mastering Electrical Engineering

Mastering Electrical Engineering by Noel M. Morris. This book reflects the modern thinking and needs of the electrical technologist, the emphasis being placed on practical circuits and systems. Following modern teaching practice in many courses, the mathematics has been kept to a minimum consistent with covering the necessary background theory. …

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