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Capacitors : Technology and Trends

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Title: Capacitors : Technology and Trends
Author: R.P. Deshpande
ISBN: 1259007316 / 9781259007316
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 322
Publisher: TMH
Year: 2012
Availability: In Stock
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Capacitor technology is changing rapidly in sync with emerging applications. Capacitors are increasingly being used for energy storage in UPS systems, in cellular phones, cameras and automobiles. In power utility grids, capacitors continue to enhance transmission capacity and reduce losses.

Capacitors : Technology and Trends provides the reader not only current usage and trends for its application in the electrical and electronic sectors but also the basics of capacitor physics and the evolution of raw materials and manufacturing processes.

The book aims to serve as a ready reference to students, researchers, manufacturers and users of capacitors.

Foreword by J.S.S. Rao
Foreword by Dr : M.L. Kothari

Chapter 1 : Introduction to Capacitors
Chapter 2 : Properties of Dielectrics
Chapter 3 : Polypropylene and Polyester Film
Chapter 4 : Metallized Films
Chapter 5 : Types of Capacitors
Chapter 6 : Power Factor Correction Capacitors
Chapter 7 : Switching of Capacitors
Chapter 8 : Harmonics in Power Systems
Chapter 9 : Power Quality Management
Chapter 10 : Electrolytic Capacitors
Chapter 11 : Ceramic Capacitors
Chapter 12 : Mica Capacitors
Chapter 13 : Ultracapacitors: The Future of Energy Storage
Chapter 14 : Auto ignition and CDI capacitors
Chapter 15 : Electronic Grade Capacitors
Chapter 16 : Capacitors for RFI Suppression
Chapter 17 : Energy Storage and Pulse Capacitors
Chapter 18 : Application in Electronic Circuits
Chapter 19 : Capacitors for Power Electronics
Chapter 20 : Manufacture of Paper/Plastic Film Capacitors
Chapter 21 : Selection Guide for Capacitors
Chapter 22 : Capacitor Failures and their Mitigation


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