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Circuits, devices and systems. 5th edn. (Print copy) by This book is also available through the Introductory Engineering Custom Publishing System. If you are interested in creating a course-pack that includes chapters from this book, you can get further information by calling 212-850-6272 or sending email inquiries to engineerjwiley.com. The authors offer a set of objectives at the beginning of each chapter plus a clear, concise description of abstract concepts. Focusing on preparing students to solve practical problems, it includes numerous colorful illustrative examples. Along with updated material on MOSFETS, the CRO for use in lab work, a thorough treatment of digital electronics and rapidly developing areas of electronics, it contains an expansive glossary of new terms and ideas.
Call Number: 621.3 SMI
Publication Date: 1992
Introduction to mechatronic design. (Print copy) by Introduction to Mechatronic Design is ideal for upper level and graduate Mechatronics courses in Electrical, Computing, or Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering.
Unlike other texts on mechatronics that focus on derivations and calculations, Introduction to Mechatronics, 1e, takes a narrative approach, emphasizing the importance of building intuition and understanding before diving into the math. The authors believe that integration is the core of mechatronics―and students must have a command of each of the domains to create the balance necessary for successful mechatronic design―and devote sections of the book to each area, including mechanical, electrical, and software disciplines, as well as a section on system design and engineering.
Call Number: 621
Publication Date: 2010
Mechatronic systems: devices, design, control, operation and monitoring. (Print copy) by Mechatronics has emerged as its own discipline over the past decade, yet no reference has lived up to the demands of being a working guide for designing and implementing the new generation of mechatronic systems. Uniting an international team of leading experts, Mechatronic Systems: Devices, Design, Control, Operation and Monitoring rises to the challenge of providing a practical, comprehensive, and detailed guide to the theory and application of modern mechatronics. Weaving the Multi-Domain Tapestry This book treats all components of the mechatronic system as a unified whole, combining mechanics, electronics, intelligent control, sensors, actuators, and communication networks through integrated design. Extensive cross-referencing lends this work a coherence not found in other books on mechatronics, which amount to little more than collections of papers. Real-World Guidance from the Experts Extensive examples and case studies take you effortlessly from theory to analysis, design, and application. Convenient snapshots in the form of tables, graphs, illustrations, and summaries give you immediate access to the information you need. Mechatronic Systems: Devices, Design, Control, Operation and Monitoring is a critical compendium of need-to-know information covering mechatronic devices, communication and control technologies, mechatronic design and optimization, and techniques for monitoring and diagnosis.
Call Number: 621 DE S
Publication Date: 2007
Electrical power systems: design and analysis. (Print copy) by This comprehensive textbook introduces electrical engineers to the most relevant concepts and techniques in electric power systems engineering today. With an emphasis on practical motivations for choosing the best design and analysis approaches, the author carefully integrates theory and application. Key features include more than 500 illustrations and diagrams, clearly developed procedures and application examples, important mathematical details, coverage of both alternating and direct current, an additional set of solved problems at the end of each chapter, and an historical overview of the development of electric power systems. This book will be useful to both power engineering students and professional power engineers.
Call Number: 623.31
Publication Date: 1995
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