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This seventh edition of Fitzgerald and Kingsley's Electric Machinery by Stephen Umans was developed recognizing the strength of this classic text since its first edition has been the emphasis on building an understanding of the fundamental physical principles underlying the performance of electric machines. Much has changed since the publication of the first edition, yet the basic physical principles remain the same, and this seventh edition is... more...

Plant efficiency and profitability depend on avoiding such problems as pH extremes, oxygen scavenging, corrosion, scale, and contamination. This practical handbook for utility personnel and independent power producers provides detailed discussion and examples of solutions to water chemistry problems in power plant boilers.

This book brings together all the tools you need to analyze any cogeneration project. Now in its fifth edition, this indispensable reference has been expanded to include a new section on utility standby rates and their impact on cogeneration and on-site power production. Loaded with examples with various utilities, this new coverage will simplify feasibility studies for new projects. This book contains a wealth of information covering... more...


Contemporary Communication Systems provides a comprehensive introduction to analog and digital communication systems. In addition to a logical and easy-to-understand presentation of fundamental principles, the book engages students in the issues relevant to system and product implementation by integrating a discussion of theoretical concepts with extensive hands-on visual and simulation resources that reinforce learning. A unique feature of the book is... more...


The formal education of an electrical engineer is primarily mathematics and theory, with little practical information taught. Every beginning engineer needs a mentor to teach them the things that aren't taught in engineering school, but often lacks such a guide. This book fills that gap between theory and practice. Written by an expert electronics engineer who enjoys teaching the practical side of engineering, it covers all the subjects that a... more...

The use of sensor's with machines, whether to control them continuously or to inspect and verify their operation, can be highly cost-effective in particular areas of industrial automation. Examples of such areas include sensing systems to monitor tool condition, force and torque sensing for robot assembly systems, vision-based automatic inspection, and tracking sensor's for robot arc welding and seam sealing. Many think these will be the basis of an... more...

This supplement is meant for professors looking for ways to integrate more of the design process into their undergraduate controls course as well as improve their students' computer skills. In each chapter, a problem from the Modern Control Systems textbook has been changed into a design problem and various aspects of the design process are explored.

The advances in control and instrumentation have played one of the most important roles towards the improvements in power plant operation and performance. The range of applications has resulted in maximising thermal efficiency; optimising flow, level, pressure and temperature regulation; on-line monitoring and control of water and steam purity; and the prevention of excursions in plant metal temperatures which if not controlled would lead to reduced... more...