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Introduction to Power Electronics

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Introduction to Power Electronics
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776816254
Number of pages: 118

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Power Electronics is the technology associated with efficient conversion, control and conditioning of electric power from its available input into the desired electrical output form. The book is concerned of electrical power processing using electronic devices the key component of which is a switching power converter.

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