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Power Electronics: Devices, Drivers, Applications, and Passive Components

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Power Electronics: Devices, Drivers, Applications, and Passive Components
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ISBN/ASIN: 0955338409
ISBN-13: 9780955338403
Number of pages: 600

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Part 1 covers semiconductor switching devices, their electrical and thermal characteristics and properties. Part 2 describes device driving and protection, while part 3 presents a number of generic applications. The final part, Part 4, introduces capacitors, magnetic components, and resistors, and their characteristics relevant to power electronic applications. Register for the latest version of the book, or download the earlier version without registration.

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