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Principles of Electronics

By V.K. Mehta, Rohit Mehta
Electronics is a fascinating world of electrical circuits that involve active electrical components, and associated passive interconnection technologies. Electronics differs vastly from electrical and electro-mechanical science, and it is one of the fasted growing technological fields. Principles Of Electronics is a comprehensive and concise textbook for students preparing for B.Sc., B. E., B. Tech, AMIE, diploma, and various other engineering examinations. It also caters to the requirements of those readers who wish to increase their knowledge and gain a sound grounding in the basics of electronics. The chapters in the book are designed as in-depth studies of the core concepts, and clearly elucidate the fundamental principles, methods, and circuits involved in electronics. Some of the chapters included in the book are electron emission, atomic structure, vacuum tube rectifiers, vacuum tube amplifiers, semiconductor physics, gas-filled tubes, modulation and demodulation, semiconductor diode, regulated d.c. power supply, transistors, digital electronics, transistor biasing, sinusoidal oscillators, transistor tuned amplifiers, solid state switching circuits, silicon controlled rectifier, electronic instruments, and integrated circuits.
MRP: Rs 595.00
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Classical Mechanics

By Herbert Goldstein , John Safko , Charles P. Poole
Classical Mechanics is highly recommended for the learners of Classical Mechanics course, which makes a connection between modern and classical physics. The book explains the important role of nonlinearities in how classical mechanics can be applied in a contemporary manner. The book goes over topics such as The Central Force Problem, Survey of the Elementary Principles, The Kinematics of Rigid Body Motion, The Rigid Body Equations of Motion, Variational Principles and Lagrange’s Equations, Oscillations, The Hamilton Equations of Motion, Hamilton Jacobi Theory and Action-Angle Variables, The Classical Mechanics of the Special Theory of Relativity, Canonical Transformations, Classical Chaos, Introduction to the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formulations for Continuous Systems and Fields, and Canonical Perturbation Theory. The book further contains three appendices. Appendix A contains Cayley Klein Parameters and Euler Angles in Alternate Conventions while Appendix B includes algebras and groups. Answers to select exercises have been provided in Appendix C. Classical Mechanics is in its third edition, and was published in 2013 by Pearson Education. The book is authored by Herbert Goldstein and is available in paperback format.
MRP: Rs 725.00
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Classical Mechanics

By P S Joag , N C Rana
The Book presents a lucid treatment of classical mechanics with an emphasis on the understanding of the fundamentals. It develops an appreciation of the versatility of practically all the fundamental principles of Physics. The book incorporates the recent developements in classical mechanics over the past four decades, and discusses in detail such topics as constrained systesms, Lagrangian and Hamiltonian systems, canonical transformations, Hamilton jacobi theory, small oscillations, rigid body dynamics, central force problems, elasticity and fluid mechanics
MRP: Rs 599.00
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Introduction to Classical Mechanics

By R G Takwale, P S Puranik
Classical Mechanics is a lucid introduction to Vectors, Classical Mechanics and Special Theory of Relativity. It give the student a firm grounding for advanced courses on Quantum Mechanics, Nuclear Physics, Electrodynamics, etc. Apart from covering basic topic like vector Algebra and Analysis, Mechanics of Single and Systems of Particles, and Motin of Rigid Body, it comprehensively discusses Lagrangian Formulation, Hamilton's Equations, Collisions of Particles and Theron of small Oscillations. It contains a systematic treatment of Actions of Particle under different types of Forces and gives a unified approach to Fields and Potentials in inverse Square Law Force Field. Included is an appendix on coordinate System and an extensive Bibliography. The book meets complete requirements of undergraduate and post graduate students. It contains numerous questions and problems at the end of each chapter which should provide an invigorating exercise for the student and teacher.
MRP: Rs 550.00
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Semiconductor Devices: Physics and Technology

By S.M. Sze
S. M. Sze’s Semiconductor Devices: Physics and Technology 2nd Edition is a comprehensive book on the physical principles of the modern semiconductor devices and the technology involved in their advanced fabrication. It also includes apt historical explanations for the important devices and technologies. The book contains three sections: the first dealing with semiconductor material properties, the second dealing with the Physics of semiconductor devices and the third dealing with the processing technology adapted to fabricate these semiconductor devices.
MRP: Rs 619.00
Offer: Rs 464.25

Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices

By Bhattacharya Pallab
Semiconductor Optoelectronic Devices by Pallab Bhattacharya is designed to provide helpful information to all students as well as professionals in the field of engineering and technology. This book provides the reader with an overview of optoelectronic devices and also provides him with all its basic principles. It also includes all the recent developments that fall under this field.
MRP: Rs 495.00
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The Art of Electronics

By Paul Horowitz,Winfield Hill
Widely considered to be the only reference book for electronics geeks, the book’s emphasis is on the importance of design in electronics. The Art Of Electronics covers a range of subjects associated with a college-level course in electronics, like voltage and current, signals, transistors, active filters and oscillators, analog switching, and microprocessors. Through these discussions, the authors show how the efficient design of each component may be achieved. For example, in a chapter on feedback and operational amplifiers, they talk about the golden rules for its design through an extensive discussion of real operational amplifier properties. However, they also present the tradeoffs associated with good design. The authors’ practice of distinguishing good designs from the bad in each chapter is what has contributed to the book’s incredible success. The Art Of Electronics is also considered invaluable in its treatment of important but neglected topics like the simplified design of high-frequency transistors and high-speed switching circuits, and discrete and integrated low-power analog circuits. With chapters on electronic construction techniques, microcomputers, digital electronics, and the intersection of digital and analog, the text intends to teach electronics to those with the aptitude and interest. Lacking a section for practice questions or exercises at the end of each chapter, the book is essentially a reference manual containing diagrams, equations, and tables. The authors’ informal tone and accessible language has helped make this book successful. Although intended for scientists and engineers, it is a vital resource for anyone who works with electronic circuits. For students, there is a complementary text, Student Manual For The Art Of Electronics by Thomas C. Hayes and Paul Horowitz, containing explanatory notes and laboratory exercises.
MRP: Rs 995.00
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Electronic Principles

By David J Bates, Albert Malvino
This book is intended for students who are taking their first course in linear electronics. The prerequisites are a dc-ac course, algebra, and some trignometry. It is a extensive and up-to-date revision has been done. Job interview questions have been added at the end of each chapter to give students ideas about the types of knowledge and skills potential employers will need.
MRP: Rs 675.00
Offer: Rs 506.25
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