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The principles of converting electrical energy: rectification, inversion, frequency conversion, and others. The basic scheme of conversion devices, methods of management and regulation of the basic parameters are shown the rational use of various types of converters. The features of the calculation, design and operation.

For engineers and technicians for the development and operation of power systems containing converting devices, as well as test and service employees converters.

Year of edition: 1992

The volume of the book: 296.

File Format: DJVU

The total file size: 4.4 Mb

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