GENERAL LECTURES ON ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
|Author(s)||Charles Proteus Steinmetz|
|Publisher||Robson & Adee Publishers|
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One of the most classic books on electrical engineering. First released more than a century ago, the book still remains one of the best available resources providing clear explanations of the theoretical fundamentals making them easily understandable to anyone.
The lectures contained in the book are quite general, and deal with the most important problems of electrical engineering including generation of electrical energy and its control, transmission of energy, its distribution and utilization. It means that the readers will find all required information about the related to the electrical systems and their components, operation of such systems and apparatus under all different conditions covering design of the electrical systems as well.
Note, however, that the design of the electrical apparatus has been discussed only to the extent necessary to get proper understanding of their operation and make further judgment on their application. The treatment of the subject in this book is mainly descriptive not mathematical; it contains the discussion of various applications of the electricity, apparatus and means, and methods of application together with the advantages and disadvantages of different methods determining the choice of particular method and apparatus...
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