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by Wm. T. McLyman

eBook Transformer and Inductor Design Handbook, 2nd Edition (Electrical Engineering and Electronics, Vol. 49) download ISBN: 0824778286
Author: Wm. T. McLyman
Publisher: Marcel Dekker; 2nd Revised edition (June 9, 1988)
Language: English
Pages: 432
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Fb2: 1913 kb
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Category: Engineering
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Transformer and inductor design derivations and procedures are worked out in detail. This can be a challenge for beginners, but the rigor of the book takes the guesswork out of where design formulas came from and how they apply. Also covered are planar magnetics and the use of swinging inductors in PFC design. Handbook of Transformer Design and Applications.

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Along with all of the practical design examples, the book is filled with clear and well-annotated illustrations and circuit schematics that provide great insight; the many references make this book a must have for anyone designing transformers or inductors.

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Comments: (6)
THOMAS
I took a risk and bought the second edition instead of the fourth addition because it was only ~$30 used instead of ~$150 used. In retrospect, I should have saved my money and bought the fourth edition because the fourth edition has design advice for the specific topologies I'm interested in. Amazon doesn't have the look inside feature for edition 4, but you can see the TOC on the CRC website to compare against the earlier versions to help determine if it is worth the money to buy the earlier version.
Sataxe
Another invention.
*Nameless*
Excellent.
Ballazan
This book is superbly written and covers every possible asset of transformer and inductor design (torroidal transformers included). I have used this book to design transformers for a company in South Africa with great success. Take note that this book is not written with the beginner in mind, so a good background of electromagnetism is required in order to understand some of the concepts.
Blueshaper
I would highly recommend the book. I was able to fairly quickly design a resonant inductor for a 500 watt ballast. The calculations agreed with the test test data very well.
Gelgen
I have the need to find adequate information on the topic of my concern. This book is the only one during a search of more than an hour that even comes close. I believe that this book will meet my demand but, since the appetite of man is ever demanding, I do hope that the need to find adequate information on the topic of constant voltage transformers design will be met by this book.
I have on earlier occasions read books by this arthor and has found them to be instructive. I have no reason to doubt this volume now. You are encouraged to continue informing technical industry.
Ray