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The Illustrated Dictionary of Electronics
The Illustrated Dictionary of Electronics—8th Edition has been revised, clarified, and updated, reflecting technological advances of recent years. New definitions have been added in the fields of wireless technology, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Every effort has been made to be concise and accurate, without “talking down” to the reader.

Electron Beams and Microwave Vacuum Electronics
There are a number of books devoted to the physics of electron beams and to microwave electronics. However, in books on the physics of electron beams, the problems of microwave electronics are usually treated briefly. Similarly, in books on microwave electronics, the theory of electron beams usually occupies a modest place. The primary goal of this book is discussion of the foundations of the physics and theory of electron beams and microwave electronics. The structure is dictated by a historical sequence from classical vacuum electronics of the twentieth century, to the impressive achievements of recent years, covers the principles and theory of the interaction of electron beams with electromagnetic waves in quasistationary systems

Public Power Energy Production in the 21st Century
Government should not be involved in the electricity business. Everyone knows the public sector is not as efficient as the private sector, nor as innovative. Moreover, political interference, such as regulating electricity rates, distorts the economics of the power industry. Market forces may be ignored, but they cannot be defeated, and we will ultimately regret even trying. While there may be some role in the electricity system for government, such as ensuring a level playing field in an open marketplace, public ownership and operation of system assets is a bad idea that inevitably leads to unsustainable public debt. The opponents of public power today say that the private sector is the most effective agent of change in meeting all these challenges, old and new, and that deregulation is essential to unleashing the benefits that will flow from individual enrichment initiatives.

Ocean Energy Tide and Tidal Power
The first sources of ocean energy that come to mind are the hydrocarbons. From timid extraction operations hugging the coastline and shallow depth wells, not too difficult to cap, giant steps have been made, to the point that platforms have been erected, far out at sea, and oil is obtained from ever-greater depths. The phenomenon had, of course, already been observed in Classical Times and this power was put to work on rivers such as the Tiber River in Rome, the joint estuary of the Tigris and Euphrates rivers even much earlier. Tide mills on the Danube may date from later periods. Mechanical power was sought to grind grain, to power sawmills, to lift heavy loads.The first major hydroelectric plant to use the energy of the tides was put into operation in 1967. It produces approximately 540,000kW of electrical power.

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