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Electric Machines and Drives

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Electric Machines and Drives
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789533075488
Number of pages: 262

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The subject of this book is an important and diverse field of electric machines and drives. Various types of electric machines, including three-phase and single-phase induction machines or doubly fed machines, are addressed.

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