Best Reference Books – Industrial Electronics

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Industrial Electronics subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Industrial Electronics along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Industrial Electronics subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Industrial Electronics" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND CONTROL” by S Chatterjee and Bhattacharya

“INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS AND CONTROL” Book Review: The book covers the entire syllabus for the course in Industrial Electronics and control. This book deals with the principle of operation and applications of both the magnetic control devices as well as the electronic control devices, using thyristors. It also discusses semiconductor physics, applications of thyristor based control devices and industrial circuits. The book also gives knowledge on electronic control of heating, welding and solid state motor control circuits; these circuits have been verified and tested by experts in the laboratory.

2. “Industrial Electronics and Control: Including Programmable Logic Controller” by Paul B

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“Industrial Electronics and Control Including Programmable Logic Controller” Book Review: The book is designed for polytechnic students pursuing courses in electrical engineering, electronics and communication engineering and electronics and instrumentation engineering. It aims at providing an explicit explanation of the mode of operation of different electronic power devices in circuits and systems that are in wide use today in modern industry for the control and conversion of electric power. The book is useful for the students to understand all aspects of circuit functions through its neatly drawn illustrations and wave diagram. It also discusses rectifiers, differential amplifiers, operational amplifiers, multivibrators, timers. It highlights in-depth coverage of power devices and power electronics circuits such as silicon controlled rectifiers (SCRs), inverters, dual converters, choppers, cycloconverters and their applications in the control of ac/dc motors and heating and welding processes. The book offers multiple-choice questions, true/false statements, review questions and numerical problems at the end of each chapter.

3. “Switched Reluctance Motor Drives: Modeling, Simulation, Analysis, Design, and Applications (Industrial Electronics)” by R Krishnan

“Switched Reluctance Motor Drives Modeling, Simulation, Analysis, Design, and Applications (Industrial Electronics)” Book Review: The book enables both students and engineers to learn all aspects of SRM drive systems and appreciate the interdependence of the various subsystems in performance optimization. It introduces a wide variety of power converters available for driving the SRM, and systematically presents both low- and high-performance controllers. The book helps the reader develop the analysis and design of SRMs from first principles. It also includes an in-depth study of acoustic noise and its minimization along with application examples that include comparisons between ac and dc drives and SRM drives.

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4. “Industrial Electronics: Applications for Programmable Controllers, Instrumentation and Process Control and Electrical Machines and Motor Controls” by Kissell T E

“Industrial Electronics Applications for Programmable Controllers, Instrumentation and Process Control and Electrical Machines and Motor Controls” Book Review: The book is an ideal text for use by both degree and diploma level students of electrical, electronics, and instrumentation disciplines. It provides an in-depth treatment of topics in industrial electronics, encompassing detailed applications for each electronic device and circuit discussed. It explains the study of data communications used in modern industrial applications such as linking programmable controllers, robots, and other automated systems to computer networks to pass data. Each chapter includes examples of the numerous control circuits and systems to help students become better prepared to install, calibrate, troubleshoot, and repair industrial electronic compo-nents, circuits, and automated systems. Four complete real industrial systems are studied In the book to show students how all the devices and components operate together.

5. “Industrial and Power Electronics” by Mithal
6. “The Fourth Industrial Revolution” by Klaus Schwab

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“The Fourth Industrial Revolution” Book Review: The book covers one of the most important issues of our time – how to move forward in the Fourth Industrial Revolution’. It outlines the key technologies driving this revolution. The book also discusses the major impacts on governments, businesses, civil society and individuals, and offers bold ideas for what can be done to shape a better future for all. It throws light on what’s at stake for society and how leaders can play a part in shaping the course of history.vIt also shows us that improving the state of the world will mean seriously thinking about, and empowering, all of those whose lives are transformed by technologies. This book is essential for gaining a perspective on some of the critical challenges that rapid technological change poses to us all.

7. “FPGAs: Fundamentals, Advanced Features, and Applications in Industrial Electronics” by Maria Dolores Valdes and Eduardo de la Torre Arnanz

“FPGAs Fundamentals, Advanced Features, and Applications in Industrial Electronics” Book Review: This book first presents the basic architectures of the devices to familiarize the reader with the fundamentals of FPGAs before identifying and discussing new resources that extend the ability of the devices to solve problems in new application domains. Design methodologies are discussed and application examples are included for some of these domains, e.g., mechatronics, robotics, and power systems. It gives an overview on all the facets of today’s field-programmable gate array (FPGA) technology. The book shows as FGPA as the most suitable platform for the implementation of complex digital systems targeting an increasing number of industrial electronics applications.

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8. “Objective Electrical Engineering” by P K Mishra
9. “Power Electronics: Devices, Circuits and Industrial Applications” by V R Moorthi

“Power Electronics Devices, Circuits and Industrial Applications” Book Review: The book is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate courses on power electronics and would also be a useful reference for practicing design engineers. The characteristics of modern power semiconductor devices like the power transistor, MOSFET and the IGBT are also discussed. Other relevant topics like cycloconverters, brushless DC motors, microprocessor fundamentals, microprocessor control of industrial equipment, and field-oriented control of AC motors, are dealt with in detail.The theory is well-supported by a large number of solved and unsolved problems and multiple choice questions. The focus of the book is on the understanding of fundamental concepts.

10. “McGraw-Hill’s National Electrical Code 2017 Handbook, 29th Edition (Electronics)” by Frederic P Hartwell and Joseph F Mcpartland

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“McGraw-Hill’s National Electrical Code 2017 Handbook, 29th Edition (Electronics)” Book Review: The book contains the trusted advice and analysis you need to interpret and effectively work with the current set of regulations. It is Designed to be used as a companion guide to the 2017 NEC® itself. It provides straightforward clarification of obtuse rules and vague language, enabling you to work efficiently and safely and to successfully achieve full compliance. It offers detailed analysis of technically questionable and editorially convoluted provisions in the NEC®, along with strategies for discussing those issues with owners and inspectors before financial commitments are made. The book also includes Industrial process heating for fixed resistance and electrode equipment and about solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. It discusses DC Microgrids that utilize solar, wind, or fuel cells to supply functional power.

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