eBook Electrical Principles download
by Ian Batty
Author: Ian Batty
Publisher: Prentice-Hall (Australia) (February 14, 1996)
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Ian Batty teaches in the School of Electronics Technology at Box Hill Institute of TAFE
Ian Batty teaches in the School of Electronics Technology at Box Hill Institute of TAFE. He has taught a wide range of engineering subjects and has also worked as a technical writer. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.
I am an engineer brushing up on my electric skills to design robots around my house.
Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering. I am an engineer brushing up on my electric skills to design robots around my house. I haven't taken electrical engineering in some time, but have found this book a great substitute to the pricey Principles and Applications of Electrical Engineering Dec 13, 2005 by Giorgio Rizzoni, which I used during college, but alas cannot find the book anywhere in my house. Anyways, this book covers the same topics and is as well organized as Rizzoni's.
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