Power Electronics by Ned Mohan

An introductory chapter has been added to provide a review of basic electrical and magnetic circuit concepts, making it easier to use this book in introductory power electronics course.

A chapter on computer simulation has been added that describes the role of computer simulation in power electronics. Examples and problems based on PSpice and MATLAB are included. However, we have organized the material in such a way that any other simulation package can used instead or the simulation can be skipped altogether.

Unlike the first edition, the diode rectifiers and phase controlled thyristors converters are covered in a complete and easy-to-fallow manner. These two chapters now contain 56 problems.

A new chapter on the design of inductors and transformers has been added that describes easy-to-understand concepts for step-by-step design procedures. This material will be extremely useful in introducing the design of magnetic into curriculam.

A mew chapter on heat sinks has been added.



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