Designed to serve as a textbook for a single semester undergraduate course on electromechanical energy conversion devices or electric machines, ELECTRIC MACHINES strikes a balance between theoretical coverage, easy explanations, and practical applications, presenting real world applications of concepts without compromising on the rigor or the continuity of the text. The book provides excellent readability, in a conversational style, combined with invaluable industry insight. The accompanying website provides problems solved in MATLAB, SPICE simulations, manufacturing data, as well as additional problems for students and instructors.
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Dino Zorbas holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He has 30+ years of experience in the power industry both in manufacturing and standards consulting. He has been teaching power related courses part time at McGill since the early eighties. His simultaneous industry and academia experience makes him uncannily insightful towards both student and employer needs. He continues to be a successful consultant and teacher.Review:
"As an instructor of Engineering Technology students, I was especially pleased to read (in the preface) that great effort was made to 'bridge the gap between academic work and practical work'."
"I especially like the practical focus of the book. In these days of reduced laboratory experience, the student may not get a chance to experiment with real transformers, motors and generators. While the very practical information stressed here is not a perfect substitute for hands-on work, this information will be very valuable."
"I am glad to see that [the second edition] retained all of the wonderful coverage of fundamentals and engineering practice that made [the] first edition so valuable, and I know that future generations of students will benefit from the book like myself...The textbook proper can definitely serve an undergraduate course on Electric Machines, and the textbook with the web resources can be used at the graduate level. [The] textbook offers numerous insights into the practice of engineering. The explanations and figures are thoughtful and beneficial to the learning process. The in-chapter examples, exercises, and end-of-chapter problems are exceptional; in that, they not only support an understanding of the subject matter, but offer practical insight into applications. [This] textbook is unique because it seamlessly blends fundamentals and engineering practice. It is a 'must have' for students and practicing engineers alike."
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