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Introduction to power electronics

Introduction to power electronics
Introduction to power electronics
The subject of power electronics is concerned with solid state devices for the control and conversion of electrical power. These silicon devices are designed mainly for switching the transfer current from one part of an electrical circuit to another. Power electronics has a wide range of applications from the small systems used in electrical appliances to very large systems for the supply and distribution of electricity
978-1-60807-719-9
Artech House
Chappell, Paul H.
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Chappell, Paul H.
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Chappell, Paul H. (2013) Introduction to power electronics , Norwood, US. Artech House, 204pp.

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The subject of power electronics is concerned with solid state devices for the control and conversion of electrical power. These silicon devices are designed mainly for switching the transfer current from one part of an electrical circuit to another. Power electronics has a wide range of applications from the small systems used in electrical appliances to very large systems for the supply and distribution of electricity

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Published date: 2013
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 363645
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/363645
ISBN: 978-1-60807-719-9
PURE UUID: afee0a40-4ab8-4859-8afd-38eb8dca51b2

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Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 02:37

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Author: Paul H. Chappell

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