Wiley-VCH - Electrical & Electronics Engineering

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New Books: Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  1. Enabling the Internet of Things
      In the modern era, a plethora of things is being connected to each other using underlying network technologies with an aim to promote the paradigm of Internet of Things (IoT). IoT comprises of diversified technologies including pervasive computing, sensor technology, embedded systems, communication technologies, sensor networking, Internet protocols etc. IoT also benefits the economic growth of civilized societies. The objective of this book is to provide a good starting point to understand the fundamentals and design of IoT systems. Moreover, it is an effort to partially fill the gap associated with the understanding of IoT concepts through programming in an abstract way. Topics covered include IoT fundamentals, IoT hardware/software components, IoT protocol stack, security, IoT applications and their implementations, challenges, their possible solutions and future directions. Moreover, social aspects of smart things are also discussed. [288 Pages, Hardcover]

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  2. Basic Engineering Circuit Analysis, Enhanced eText
      1 Basic Concepts 1 2 Resistive Circuits 19 3 Nodal and Loop Analysis Techniques 79 4 Operational Amplifiers 120 5 Additional Analysis Techniques 145 6 Capacitance and Inductance 182 7 First- and Second-Order Transient Circuits 215 8 AC Steady-State Analysis 268 9 Steady-State Power Analysis 311 10 Magnetically Coupled Networks 356 11 Polyphase Circuits 389 12 Variable-Frequency Network Performance 418 13 The Laplace Transform 496 14 Application of the Laplace Transform to Circuit Analysis 517 15 Fourier Analysis Techniques 559 16 Two-Port Networks 603 APPENDIX A Complex Numbers 619 PROBLEMS 000 INDEX 000 [768 Pages, E-Book]

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  3. System Reliability Theory
      Handbook and reference for industrial statisticians and system reliability engineers System Reliability Theory: Models, Statistical Methods, and Applications, Third Edition presents an updated and revised look at system reliability theory, modeling, and analytical methods. The new edition is based on feedback to the second edition from numerous students, professors, researchers, and industries around the world. New sections and chapters are added together with new real-world industry examples, and standards and problems are revised and updated. System Reliability Theory covers a broad and deep array of system reliability topics, including: * In depth discussion of failures and failure modes * The main system reliability assessment methods * Common-cause failure modeling * Deterioration modeling * Maintenance modeling and assessment using Python code * Bayesian probability and methods * Life data analysis using R Perfect for undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in reliability engineering, this book also serves as a reference and resource for practicing statisticians and engineers. Throughout, the book has a practical focus, incorporating industry feedback and real-world industry problems and examples. [864 Pages, Hardcover]

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  4. Foundations of Space Dynamics
      An introduction to orbital mechanics and spacecraft attitude dynamics Foundations of Space Dynamics offers an authoritative text that combines a comprehensive review of both orbital mechanics and dynamics. The author a noted expert in the field covers up-to-date topics including: orbital perturbations, Lambert's transfer, formation flying, and gravity-gradient stabilization. The text provides an introduction to space dynamics in its entirety, including important analytical derivations and practical space flight examples. Written in an accessible and concise style, Foundations of Space Dynamics highlights analytical development and rigor, rather than numerical solutions via ready-made computer codes. To enhance learning, the book is filled with helpful tables, figures, exercises, and solved examples. This important book: * Covers space dynamics with a systematic and comprehensive approach * Is designed to be a practical text filled with real-world examples * Contains information on the most current applications * Includes up-to-date topics from orbital perturbations to gravity- gradient stabilization * Offers a deep understanding of space dynamics often lacking in other textbooks Written for undergraduate and graduate students and professionals in aerospace engineering, Foundations of Space Dynamics offers an introduction to the most current information on orbital mechanics and dynamics. [368 Pages, Softcover]

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  5. Control of Mechatronic Systems
      A practical methodology for designing integrated automation control for systems and processes Implementing digital control within mechanical-electronic (mechatronic) systems is essential to respond to the growing demand for high-efficiency machines and processes. In practice, the most efficient digital control often integrates time-driven and event-driven characteristics within a single control scheme. However, most of the current engineering literature on the design of digital control systems presents discrete-time systems and discrete-event systems separately. Control Of Mechatronic Systems: Model-Driven Design And Implementation Guidelines unites the two systems, revisiting the concept of automated control by presenting a unique practical methodology for whole-system integration. With its innovative hybrid approach to the modeling, analysis, and design of control systems, this text provides material for mechatronic engineering and process automation courses, as well as for self-study across engineering disciplines. Real-life design problems and automation case studies help readers transfer theory to practice, whether they are building single machines or large-scale industrial systems. * Presents a novel approach to the integration of discrete-time and discrete-event systems within mechatronic systems and industrial processes * Offers user-friendly self-study units, with worked examples and numerous real-world exercises in each chapter * Covers a range of engineering disciplines and applies to small- and large-scale systems, for broad appeal in research and practice * Provides a firm theoretical foundation allowing readers to comprehend the underlying technologies of mechatronic systems and processes Control Of Mechatronic Systems is an important text for advanced students and professionals of all levels engaged in a broad range of engineering disciplines. [496 Pages, Hardcover]

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