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Synchronous Generators
Electric energy is a key ingredient in a community at the civilization level. Natural (fossil) fuels, such as coal, natural gas, and nuclear fuel, are fired to produce heat in a combustor, and then the thermal energy is converted into mechanical energy in a turbine (prime mover). The turbine drives the electric generator to produce electric energy. Water potential and kinetic energy and wind energy are also converted to mechanical energy in a prime mover (turbine) that, in turn, drives an electric generator. All primary energy resources are limited, and they have thermal and chemical (pollutant) effects on the environment. The present handbook takes an in-depth approach to both constant and variable-speed generator systems that operate in stand-alone and at power grid capacities. From topologies, through steady-state modeling and performance characteristics to transient modeling, control, design, and testing, the most representative standard and recently proposed electric generator systems are treated in ded cated chapters.
This handbook contains most parameter expressions and models required for full modeling, design, and control, with numerous case studies and results from the literature to enforce the assimilation of the art of electric generators by senior undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, and, especially, by industrial engineers, who investigate, design, control, test, and exploit the latter for higher-energy conversion ratios and better control. This handbook represents a single-author unitary view of the multifaceted world of electric generators, with standard and recent art included. The handbook consists of two volumes: Synchronous Generators and Variable Speed Generators.

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Schaum's Outline of Digital Principles, Third Edition

The topics outlined in this book were carefully selected to coincide with courses taught at the upper high school, vocational-Iechnical school, technical college, and beginning collcge level. Several of the most widely used textbooks in digital electronics were analyzed. The topics and problems included in this Schaum’s Outline reflect those encountered in standard textbooks. Several microprocessor/ microcomputer-related topics have been included, reflecting the current practice of teaching a microprocessor course after or with digital electronics. A chapter detailing the characteristics of TTL and CMOS devices along with several interfacing topics has been added. Other display technologies such as liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) and vacuum fluorescent (VF) displays have been given expanded coverage. The chapter on microcomputer memory has been revised with added coverage of hard and optical disks. Sections on programmable logic arrays (PLA), magnitude comparators, demultiplexers, and Schmitt trigger

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