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Electromechanisms: Devices by L. Paul Robertson, Bob R. Hunter, Richard L. Allan

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Electromechanisms: Devices
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Publisher: Delmar Publishers
Number of pages: 76

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The book attempts to present such devices as motors, generators, relays, solenoids and other selected topics in a simple and direct manner. The materials are presented in an action-oriented format combining many of the features normally found in a textbook with those usually associated with a laboratory manual.

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