Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

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Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby SPeter » 10 Jan 2011, 21:44

Hope lots of people will be interested!

" This book is written for a variety of people involved in one way or another with power supplies and power systems. The primary audience consists of practicing power supply designers, people who have been in the field between 2 and 20 years: for them, Practical Design of Power Supplies is just that, a compendium of important knowledge needed on a daily basis. Too often, practicing engineers spend their days rushing about putting out fires (sometimes literally!), and don’t have the time to dig through obscure manuals and references to obtain the information that would make life easier. For them, this book sets out exactly what they need to know to make a good power supply, with very detailed examples making it almost easy to do."

Enjoy!
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Re: Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby jstbrowsin » 11 Jan 2011, 00:40

awesome thanks Sir Peter yet again.. . you sir are a machine!!!

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Re: Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby DrNomis » 11 Jan 2011, 01:45

Wow....this one is a must for downloading.... :mrgreen: :thumbsup
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Re: Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby Duckman » 11 Jan 2011, 02:25

Geez... more to study :P
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Re: Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby himister » 11 Jan 2011, 02:58

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Re: Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby Gerry de la Sel » 11 Jan 2011, 10:55

What do you guys use to convert .rar files then?
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Re: Practical Design of Power Supplies - Book

Postby IvIark » 11 Jan 2011, 11:11

Gerry de la Sel wrote:What do you guys use to convert .rar files then?

Download 7z. It's free and will deal with most types of compressed storage files.
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