ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DICTIONARY
|Author(s)||Philip A. Laplante|
The Electrical Engineering Dictionary by Philip Laplante is the must-have book that provides the practicing electrical engineering professionals as well as the people only studying the electrical engineering disciplines, with so many workable definitions. It may and will for sure be a good research and reference source since it offers practical info for both industry researchers and scientists in other related disciplines. The dictionary provides users with a remarkably comprehensive coverage of the important acronyms, terms and technical definitions related to the electrical engineering field, more than eleven thousand in total. There are several new areas that have been covered in this second release of the dictionary, compared to the first edition - process control and instrumentation and mechatronics, data storage, embedded sensors and systems, and others. There are so many new technical terms and abbreviations that have been included in this new edition of the dictionary to fully reflect the rapid growth in computer electronics and other relating engineering fields. Believe it is absolutely needless to say that the present dictionary must be treated as the perfect reference for any person involved in electrical engineering activities, including technical design and construction of the electrical equipment/systems, their installation and operation, and any sort of maintenance and repair.
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