Item description for Electrical Engineering by Ralf Kories...
This is a superb source of quickly accessible information on the whole area of Electrical Engineering and Electronics, including Electromagnetic Fields, Networks, Signals & Systems, Digital and Analog Electronics, and Power Supplies. Students will find this book a reliable and most effective tool for the solution of problems and exercises. For electrical engineers, it serves as a concise and quick reference. Each chapter is a self-contained unit, comprising all important expressions, formulas, rules and theorems, as well as many examples and applications. Extensive appendices provide much useful supplementary information. Figures, tables and frames are used to create a very clear and concise layout that makes finding essential information fast and easy.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.7" Width: 4.7" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Aug 13, 2003
ISBN 354043965X ISBN13 9783540439653
Availability 56 units. Availability accurate as of Oct 22, 2016 09:25.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Electrical Engineering?
Excellent, concise EE reference Aug 12, 2007
It's been over 10 years since I completed my electrical engineering studies. I was looking for something that would help refresh my memory, and that I could refer to for formulas and graphs, as I jump back in to do my master's degree. This book seemed a little pricey, but compared to the other books out there, this one is the only thing I could find that met all my requirements: compact, sturdy, and thorough, covering all topics of electrical engineering, from analog to digital (I don't care so much about power systems, but that's in there too).
Formulas, graphs, and tables are all clearly laid out and easy to read/understand. No space is wasted with sample problems, which are best reserved for textbooks and test-prep books. Figures are used extensively to depict graphs, circuits, etc., which add nicely to the readability of the sections.
The book itself is nice and compact (the size of a medium sized paper back novel), and very well made. It appears to be a sewn book (same binding as for hardcover), and the cover is sturdy and vinyl coated.
I see that the earlier edition (Electrical Engineering) is available from this site for a discounted price. As far as I can tell (from comparing the table of contents and page numbers), the first 9 chapters are the same. The new edition adds one more chapter - Chapter 10: Electric Machines.