- Series: Electrical & Computer Engineering (Book 121)
- Hardcover: 556 pages
- Publisher: CRC Press; 3 edition (March 31, 2004)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0824753933
- ISBN-13: 978-0824753931
- Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 1.2 x 11.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
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Not only would the expert working on a specific design benefit from this handbook, but also the general reader would get a very good working knowledge on transformer design because the book covers fundamentals and magnetic material characteristics in a very clearly written, easy-to-read style.
Along with all of the practical design examples, the book is filled with clear and well-annotated illustrations and circuit schematics that provide great insight; the many references make this book a must have for anyone designing transformers or inductors.
-IEEE Electrical Insulation Magazine, Feb. 2005
About the Author
Wm. T. McLyman is the President of Kg Magnetics, Inc., Idyllwild, California.
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This text is chock full of inductor and transformer design info right down to subtile influences such as primary-2-secondary winding positional influence on total leakage flux. (i.e do use bifilar winding). All kinds of informative tips & hints. Has core selection types regarding frequency response. Abundance of excellent pictorial diagrams and explanations in very understandable form. wow.
FYI Another Text
Inductance calculations by Frederick W. Grover ISBN:0-87664-557-0 is good on air coupled coils. this one I bought at ISA_'85, Phila.
Even I zoom in using Kindle on iPad, I can hardly read the text in the image.
And in this book, there are a lot of text tables in the images.
Amazon, please update this book with higher resolution images.
The book is written in a clear, no-nonsense straight to the point approach. The way all technical textbooks "should" be written.... Although a solid theoretical understanding is paramount in magnetics, there is no need to re-invent the wheel everytime you approach magnetics, the Colonel shows this, unlike books that start at Maxwell's equations to solve every problem is just an academic excercise to satisfy one's ego...
I did work at JPL briefly and wish I had the oppurtunity to sit down and talk to the Colonel...
I highly recommend this book... Other books to accompany this text would be by Reuben Lee "Electronic Transformers and Circuits" 2nd edition as well as the "Classic" "Magnetic Circuits and Transformers" by M.I.T (Hardcover 1958)