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Schaum's Outlines of Basic Electricity

Year: 1983
Language: english
Author: Milton Gussow
Genre: Textbook
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 465
Description: This book is intended as a basic text to cover the fundamentals of electricity
and electric circuits. It may be used by beginning students in high schools,
technical institutes, and colleges who have no experience in electricity.
Explanations and step-by-step solutions are deliberately detailed so that the
text can stand alone. Thus it also may be used as a home-study or reference
book. A knowledge of basic algebra and trigonometry is assumed. Designed to
provide a broad and deep background in the nature of electricity and the opera-
tion and application of electric circuits, the text uses numerous and easy-to-
follow examples accompanied by diagrams. Starting with the physics of electric
current flow, the book describes and analyzes both direct-current and alterna-
ting-current electric circuits, generators and motors, transformers, and measuring
instruments. To assure correlation to modern practice and design, illustrative
problems are presented in terms of commonly used voltages and current ratings,
covering circuits and equipments typical of those found in today’s electrical



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