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Practical Electronics Handbook

Ian Sinclair, “Practical Electronics Handbook”
Newnes; 5 ed | 2000 | ISBN: 0750645857 | 576 pages | PDF | 3,8 MB

Review
‘This must be one of the best, if not the best, value-for-money handbooks that you can buy. It has been designed to include within a reasonable space most of the information that is useful in day-to-day electronics… A practical and comprehensive collection of circuits, rules of thumb and design for professional engineers, students and enthusiasts, and enough background to allow the understanding and development of a range of basic circuits.’ Elektor Electronics.

‘The handbook provides a clear, cohesive approach to complement and clarify the mass of information often provided in databooks.’ New Electronics.

‘An excellent handbook for the constructor ranging from resistor colour codes to simple transistor building blocks. An invaluable reference book for everyone from beginners to professional engineers. Covers passive and active discrete components circuits, linear and digital ICs and TTL and CMOS pinouts.’ Electronics and Beyond.

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J & P Transformer Book, Thirteenth Edition

J & P Transformer Book, Thirteenth Edition
Publisher: Newnes | Pages: 992 | 2007-10-22 | ISBN 0750681640 | PDF | 23 MB

The J&P Transformer Book has been in print for 80 years, and is renowned internationally as the definitive reference work covering the design, construction, installation, monitoring and maintenance of power transformers in electricity generation and distribution, electricity substations, and industrial applications. The broad scope of the Transformer Book and its practical focus makes it ideal reading for graduate engineers embarking on a design career, students of electrical engineering, and a broader audience in the power engineering and transformer manufacturing sectors. However, it is not a text to read once and consign to the shelf, but rather a hard-working working reference for the seasoned professional as well as the novice.

The thirteenth edition includes new sections and updates throughout, referencing the latest International (IEC) and European standards. New material includes coverage of recent developments in amorphous steels, and expanded coverage of the competitive area of small distribution transformers.

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Process/Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook

Gregory McMillan, Douglas Considine, “Process/Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook”
McGraw-Hill Professional; 5 ed | 1999 | ISBN: 0070125821 | 1200 pages | PDF | 16,1 MB

Award-winning editor Greg McMillan has loaded Process/Industrial Instruments and Controls Handbook, Fifth Edition, with advice from top technical experts to help you tackle process instrument and control assignments confidently and solve problems efficiently. This major revision of the bestselling on-the-job toolkit includes time-saving tables,selection ratings, key points, rules of thumb and hundreds of topic-defining illustrations. Updated to mirror the most common industry practices, it brings you up to speed on smart instrumentation and the latest advances sparked by increased power and miniaturization of the microprocessor. Thorough coverage of the Windows NT platform and Fieldbus… distributed control systems and field-based systems…knowledge-based operator training…instrument maintenance cost reduction and an overview of the ISA/IEC Fieldbus Standard help you get the most out of these major shifts in technology.

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