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Electrical and Electronic Principles and Technology Fifth Version by John Bird
1. Full options to all 540 additional issues contained within the Apply Workout routines obtainable to each college students and employees.
2. Background details about 25 Engineers/ Scientists talked about within the textual content.
3. Many additional downloads obtainable to instructors/lecturers to make the instructing a better expertise.
This fifth version of the textbook gives protection of the next newest syllabuses:
1. ‘Electrical and Electronic Principles’ (BTEC Nationwide Certificates and Nationwide Diploma, Unit 5) – see Chapters 1–10, 11 (half), 13 (half), 14, 15 (half), 18 (half), 21 (half), 22 (half).
2. ‘Additional Electrical Principles’ (BTEC Nationwide Certificates and Nationwide Diploma, Unit 67) – see Chapters 13, 15–18, 20, 22, 23.
3. Elements of the next BTEC Nationwide syllabuses: Electrical Functions, Three Part Programs, Principles and Functions of Electronic Gadgets and Circuits, Plane Electrical Machines, and Telecommunications Principles.
4. Electrical a part of ‘Utilized Electrical and Mechanical Science for Technicians’ (BTEC First Certificates).
5. Numerous components of Metropolis & Guilds Technician Certificates/Diploma in Electrical and Electronic Principles/Telecommunication Programs, reminiscent of Electrical Engineering Principles, Energy, and Science and Electronics.
6. ‘Electrical and Electronic Principles’ (EAL Superior Diploma in Engineering and Technology).
7. Any introductory/Entry/Basis course involving Electrical and Electronic Engineering Principles.
Electrical and Electronic Principles and Technology, 6th Edition PDF
Author(s): John Bird
Publisher: Routledge, Year: 2017
ISBN: 9781138673526, 9781315561875
This practical resource introduces electrical and electronic principles and technology covering theory through detailed examples, enabling students to develop a sound understanding of the knowledge required by technicians in fields such as electrical engineering, electronics and telecommunications. No previous background in engineering is assumed, making this an ideal text for vocational courses at Levels 2 and 3, foundation degrees and introductory courses for undergraduates.