Basic electrical engineering in S.I. system of units

Basic electrical engineering in S.I. system of units

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The primary objective of vol. I of A Text Book of Electrical Technology is to provied a comprehensive treatment of topics in Basic Electrical Engineering both for electrical aswell as nonelectrical students pursuing their studies in civil, mechnacial, mining, texttile, chemical, industrial, nviromental, aerospace, electronicand computer engineering both at the Degree and diplomalevel.Based on the suggestions received from our esteemed readers, both from India and abroad, the scope of the book hasbeen enlarged according to their requirements.Almost half the solved examples have been deleted and replaced by latest examination papers set upto 1994 in different engineering collage and technical institutions in India and abroad.B. L.. Theraja, A. K. Theraja. 2 Now H :% E: XAcuour Al zine n, H2 X Al joule Now, Al = volume of the magnetic field in m3 energy stored/m3 : %HOM, H2 I % BH joule (1a#39; 11.0 1.1., H = B) 2 B . . . = joule a€” 1n a medium 2 M0 Mr or = Ba€”2 joule anbsp;...

Title:Basic electrical engineering in S.I. system of units
Author:B. L.. Theraja, A. K. Theraja
Publisher:S. Chand - 2005


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