Sunday, June 10, 2018

SPICE for Power Electronics and Electric Power Third Edition By Muhammad H. Rashid

SPICE for Power Electronics and Electric Power Third Edition By Muhammad H. Rashid 
Chapter 1 Introduction.
Chapter 2 Circuit.Descriptions.
Chapter 3 Defining.Output.Variables
Chapter 4 Voltage.and.Current.Sources.
Chapter 5 Passive.Elements.
Chapter 6 Dot.Commands
Chapter 7 Diode.Rectifiers.
Chapter 8 DC–DC.Converters.
Chapter 9 Pulse.Width–Modulated.Inverters.
Chapter 10 Resonant-Pulse.Inverters..
Chapter 11 Controlled.Rectifiers.
Chapter 12 AC.Voltage.Controllers.
Chapter 13 Control.Applications
Chapter 14 Characteristics.of.Electrical.Motors
Chapter 15 Simulation.Errors,.Convergence.Problems,.and.Other.Difficulties
Preface: oriented. and. interdisciplinary. course. that. requires. a. background. in. mathematics,. electrical.circuits,,,.microprocessors,. electric.power,.and.electrical.machines. Understanding.the.operation.of.a.power.electronics.circuit.requires.a.clear.knowl edge.of.the.transient.behavior.of.current.and.voltage.waveforms.for.each.and.every.




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