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 Silver, H. Ward, author.
 Fourth edition.  Newington, CT : AARL, [2018]
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 Book — 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
 Summary

 Welcome to amateur radio
 Radio and signals fundamentals
 Electricity, components, and circuits
 Propagation, antennas, and feed lines
 Amateur radio equipment
 Communicating with other hams
 Licensing regulations
 Operating regulations
 Safety
 Glossary
 Technician class exam pool.
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 Alamo, Jesús A. del, author.
 First edition.  NY, NY : Pearson, [2018]
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 Book — xxii, 850 pages ; 25 cm
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 Preface xv About the Author xix
 1 Electrons, Photons, and Phonons 1.1 Selected Concepts of Quantum Mechanics 1.1.1 The dual nature of the photon 1.1.2 The dual nature of the electron 1.1.3 Electrons in confined environments 1.2 Selected Concepts of Statistical Mechanics 1.2.1 Thermal motion and thermal energy 1.2.2 Thermal equilibrium 1.2.3 Electron statistics 1.3 Selected Concepts of SolidState Physics 1.3.1 Bonds and bands 1.3.2 Metals, insulators, and semiconductors 1.3.3 Density of states 1.3.4 Lattice vibrations: phonons 1.4 Summary 1.5 Further reading Problems
 2 Carrier Statistics in Equilibrium 2.1 Conduction and Valence Bands Bandgap Holes 2.2 Intrinsic Semiconductor 2.3 Extrinsic Semiconductor 2.3.1 Donors and acceptors 2.3.2 Charge neutrality 2.3.3 Equilibrium carrier concentration in a doped semiconductor 2.4 Carrier Statistics in Equilibrium 2.4.1 Conduction and valence band density of states 2.4.2 Equilibrium electron concentration 2.4.3 Equilibrium hole concentration 2.4.4 np product in equilibrium 2.4.5 Location of Fermi level 2.5 Summary 2.6 Further Reading Problems
 3 Carrier Generation and Recombination 3.1 Generation and Recombination Mechanisms 3.2 Thermal Equilibrium: Principle of Detailed Balance 3.3 Generation and Recombination Rates in Thermal Equilibrium 3.3.1 Bandtoband optical generation and recombination 3.3.2 Auger generation and recombination 3.3.3 Trapassisted thermal generation and recombination 3.4 Generation and Recombination Rates Outside Equilibrium 3.4.1 Quasineutral lowlevel injection recombination lifetime 3.4.2 Extraction generation lifetime 3.5 Dynamics of Excess Carriers in Uniform Situations 3.5.1 Example
 1: Turnon transient 3.5.2 Example
 2: Turnoff transient 3.5.3 Example
 3: A pulse of light 3.6 Surface Generation and Recombination 3.7 Summary 3.8 Further Reading Problems
 4 Carrier Drift and Diffusion 4.1 Thermal Motion 4.1.1 Thermal velocity 4.1.2 Scattering 4.2 Drift 4.2.1 Drift velocity 4.2.2 Velocity saturation 4.2.3 Drift current 4.2.4 Energy band diagram under electric field 4.3 Diffusion 4.3.1 Fick's first law 4.3.2 The Einstein relation 4.3.3 Diffusion current 4.4 Transit Time 4.5 Nonuniformly Doped Semiconductor in Thermal Equilibrium 4.5.1 Gauss' law 4.5.2 The Boltzmann relations 4.5.3 Equilibrium carrier concentration 4.6 QuasiFermi Levels and QuasiEquilibrium 4.7 Summary 4.8 Further Reading Problems
 5 Carrier Flow 5.1 Continuity Equations 5.2 Surface Continuity Equations 5.2.1 Free surface 5.2.2 Ohmic contact 5.3 Shockley Equations 5.4 Simplifications of Shockley Equations to OneDimensional QuasiNeutral Situations 5.5 MajorityCarrier Situations 5.5.1 Example
 1: Semiconductor bar under voltage 5.5.2 Example
 2: Integrated resistor 5.6 MinorityCarrier Situations 5.6.1 Example
 3: Diffusion and bulk recombination in a "long" bar 5.6.2 Example
 4: Diffusion and surface recombination in a "short" bar 5.6.3 Length scales of minority carrier situations 5.7 Dynamics of MajorityCarrier Situations 5.8 Dynamics of MinorityCarrier Situations 5.8.1 Example
 5: Transient in a bar with S = â
 5.9 Transport in SpaceCharge and HighResistivity Regions 5.9.1 Example
 6: Drift in a highresistivity region under external electric field 5.9.2 Comparison between SCR and QNR transport 5.10 Carrier Multiplication and Avalanche Breakdown 5.10.1 Example
 7: Carrier multiplication in a highresistivity region with uniform electric field 5.11 Summary 5.12 Further Reading Problems
 6 PN Junction Diode 6.1 The Ideal PN Junction Diode 6.2 Ideal PN Junction in Thermal Equilibrium 6.3 CurrentVoltage Characteristics of The Ideal PN Diode 6.3.1 Electrostatics under bias 6.3.2 IV characteristics: qualitative discussion 6.3.3 IV characteristics: quantitative models 6.4 ChargeVoltage Characteristics of Ideal PN Diode 6.4.1 Depletion charge 6.4.2 Minority carrier charge 6.5 Equivalent Circuit Models of The Ideal PN Diode 6.6 Nonideal and SecondOrder Effects 6.6.1 Short diode 6.6.2 Spacecharge generation and recombination 6.6.3 Series resistance 6.6.4 Breakdown voltage 6.6.5 Nonuniform doping distributions 6.6.6 Highinjection effects 6.7 Integrated PN Diode 6.7.1 Isolation 6.7.2 Series resistance 6.7.3 Highlow junction 6.8 Summary 6.9 Further Reading Problem
 7 Schottky Diode and Ohmic Contact 7.1 The Ideal Schottky Diode 7.2 Ideal Schottky Diode in Thermal Equilibrium 7.2.1 A simpler system: a metalmetal junction 7.2.2 Energy band lineup of metalsemiconductor junction 7.2.3 Electrostatics of metalsemiconductor junction in equilibrium 7.3 CurrentVoltage Characteristics of Ideal Schottky Diode 7.3.1 Electrostatics under bias 7.3.2 IV characteristics: qualitative discussion 7.3.3 IV characteristics: thermionic emission model 7.4 ChargeVoltage Characteristics of Ideal Schottky Diode 7.5 Equivalent Circuit Models for The Ideal Schottky Diode 7.6 Nonideal and SecondOrder Effects 7.6.1 Series resistance 7.6.2 Breakdown voltage 7.7 Integrated Schottky Diode 7.8 Ohmic Contacts 7.8.1 Lateral ohmic contact: transmissionline model 7.8.2 Boundary conditions imposed by ohmic contacts 7.9 Summary 7.10 Further Reading Problems
 8 The Si Surface and the MetalOxideSemiconductor Structure 8.1 The Semiconductor Surface 8.2 The Ideal MetalOxideSemiconductor Structure 8.3 The Ideal MetalOxideSemiconductor Structure at Zero Bias 8.3.1 General relations for the electrostatics of the ideal MOS structure 8.3.2 Electrostatic of the MOS structure under zero bias 8.4 The Ideal MetalOxide Semiconductor Structure Under Bias 8.4.1 Depletion 8.4.2 Flatband 8.4.3 Accumulation 8.4.4 Threshold 8.4.5 Inversion 8.4.6 Summary of chargevoltage characteristics 8.5 Dynamics of The MOS Structure 8.5.1 Quasistatic CV characteristics 8.5.2 Highfrequency CV characteristics 8.5.3 Deep depletion 8.6 Weak Inversion and The Subthreshold Regime 8.7 ThreeTerminal MOS Structure 8.8 Summary 8.9 Further Reading Problems
 9 The "Long" MetalOxideSemiconductor FieldEffect Transistor 9.1 The Ideal MOSFET 9.2 Qualitative Operation of The Ideal MOSFET 9.3 Inversion Layer Transport in The Ideal MOSFET 9.4 CurrentVoltage Characteristics of The Ideal MOSFET 9.4.1 The cutoff regime 9.4.2 The linear regime 9.4.3 The saturation regime 9.4.4 DC largesignal equivalentcircuit model of ideal MOSFET 9.4.5 Energy band diagrams 9.5 ChargeVoltage Characteristics of The Ideal MOSFET 9.5.1 Depletion charge 9.5.2 Inversion charge 9.6 SmallSignal Behavior of Ideal MOSFET 9.6.1 Smallsignal equivalent circuit model of ideal MOSFET 9.6.2 Shortcircuit currentgain cutoff frequency, fT, of ideal MOSFET in saturation 9.7 Nonideal Effects in MOSFET 9.7.1 Body effect 9.7.2 Effect of back bias 9.7.3 Channellength modulation 9.7.4 The subthreshold regime 9.7.5 Source and drain resistance 9.8 Summary 9.9 Further Reading Problems
 10 The "Short" MetalOxideSemiconductor FieldEffect Transistor 10.1 MOSFET ShortChannel Effects: Transport 10.1.1 Mobility degradation 10.1.2 Velocity saturation 10.2 MOSFET ShortChannel Effects: Electrostatics 10.2.1 Threshold voltage dependence on gate length: VT rolloff 10.2.2 Threshold voltage dependence on VDS: draininduced barrier lowering (DIBL) 10.2.3 Subthreshold swing dependence on gate length and VDS 10.3 MOSFET ShortChannel Effects: Gate Stack Scaling 10.3.1 Gate capacitance 10.3.2 Gate leakage current 10.4 MOSFET HighField Effects 10.4.1 Electrostatics of velocity saturation region 10.4.2 Impact ionization and substrate current 10.4.3 Output conductance 10.4.4 Gateinduced drain leakage 10.5 MOSFET Scaling 10.5.1 The MOSFET as a switch 10.5.2 Constant field scaling of the ideal MOSFET 10.5.3 Constant voltage scaling of the ideal MOSFET 10.5.4 Generalized scaling of short MOSFETs 10.5.5 MOSFET scaling: a historical perspective 10.5.6 Evolution of MOSFET design 10.6 Summary 10.7 Further Reading Problems
 11 The Bipolar Junction Transistor 11.1 The Ideal BJT 11.2 CurrentVoltage Characteristics of The Ideal BJT 11.2.1 The forwardactive regime 11.2.2 The reverse regime 11.2.3 The cutoff regime 11.2.4 The saturation regime 11.2.5 Output IV characteristics 11.3 ChargeVoltage Characteristics of Ideal BJT 11.3.1 Depletion charge 11.3.2 Minority carrier charge.
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TK7874 .A395 2018  Unknown 2hour loan 
EE21601
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 EE21601  Principles and Models of Semiconductor Devices
 Instructor(s)
 Pop, Eric
 Kasap, Safa author.
 Fourth edition.  New York, NY : McGrawHill, a business unit of The McGrawHill Companies, Inc., [2018]
 Description
 Book — xiv, 978 pages ; 24 cm
 Summary

 Elementary materials science concepts
 Electrical and thermal conduction in solids
 Elementary quantum physics
 Modern theory of solids
 Semiconductors
 Semiconductor devices
 Dielectric materials and insulation
 Magnetic properties and superconductivity
 Optical properties of materials.
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TK453 .K26 2018  Unknown 
 Kurose, James F., author.
 Seventh edition.  Boston : Pearson, [2017]
 Description
 Book — xxvi, 824 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
 Summary

 * Computer Networks and the Internet * Application Layer * Transport Layer * The Network Layer: Data Plane * The Network Layer: Control Plane * The Link Layer: Links, Access Networks, and LANs * Wireless and Mobile Networks * Security in Computer Networks * Multimedia Networking.
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5. Electrical costs with RSMeans data [2017  ]
 Rockland, MA : Gordian RSMeans Data, [2016]
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 Journal/Periodical — volumes : illustrations ; 28 cm
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TK435 .M42 42ND 2019  Inlibrary use 
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6. FE electrical and computer practice exam [2017]
 Clemson, SC : NCEES, [2017]
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 Book — iii. 121 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
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TK169 .F4 2017  Unavailable Out for repair Request 
 Baliga, B. Jayant, 1948 author.
 New Jersey : World Scientific, [2017]
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 Book — xxx, 561 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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During the last 30 years, significant progress has been made to improve our understanding of gallium nitride and silicon carbide device structures, resulting in experimental demonstration of their enhanced performances for power electronic systems. Gallium nitride power devices made by the growth of the material on silicon substrates have gained a lot of interest. Power device products made from these materials have become available during the last five years from many companies.This comprehensive book discusses the physics of operation and design of gallium nitride and silicon carbide power devices. It can be used as a reference by practicing engineers in the power electronics industry and as a textbook for a power device or power electronics course in universities.
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TK7881.15 .B349 2017  Unknown 
 Dally, William J., author.
 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016.
 Description
 Book — xix, 664 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 Part I. Introduction:
 1. The digital abstraction
 2. The practice of digital system design Part II. Combinational Logic:
 3. Boolean algebra
 4. CMOS logic circuits
 5. Delay and power of CMOS circuits
 6. Combinational logic design
 7. VHDL descriptions of combinational logic
 8. Combinational building blocks
 9. Combinational examples Part III. Arithmetic Circuits:
 10. Arithmetic circuits
 11. Fixed and floatingpoint numbers
 12. Fast arithmetic circuits
 13. Arithmetic examples Part IV. Synchronous Sequential Logic:
 14. Sequential logic
 15. Timing constraints
 16. Datapath sequential logic
 17. Factoring finitestate machines
 18. Microcode
 19. Sequential examples Part V. Practical Design:
 20. Verification and test Part VI. System Design:
 21. Systemlevel design
 22. Interface and systemlevel timing
 23. Pipelines
 24. Interconnect
 25. Memory systems Part VII. Asynchronous Logic:
 26. Asynchronous sequential circuits
 27. Flipflops
 28. Metastability and synchronization failure
 29. Synchronizer design Appendix A. VHDL coding style Appendix B. VHDL syntax guide References Index.
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9. Hightemperature solid oxide fuel cells for the 21st century : fundamentals, design and applications [2016]
 Kendall, Kevin, 1943 author.
 Second edition.  Amsterdam ; San Diego, CA : Elsevier/Academic Press, [2016]
 Description
 Book — xii, 508 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
 Summary

 Chapter 1 Introduction to SOFCs
 Chapter 2 History
 Chapter 3 Thermodynamics
 Chapter 4 Electrolytes
 Chapter 5 Cathodes
 Chapter 6 Anodes
 Chapter 7 Interconnects
 Chapter 8 Cell and Stack Designs, Fabrication and Performance
 Chapter 9 System Designs and Applications up to MW scale
 Chapter 10 Cells and Stacks for Portable Applications
 Chapter 11 Electrode Polarizations
 Chapter 12 Testing of Electrodes, Cells and Short Stacks
 Chapter 13 Cell, Stack and System Modelling
 Chapter 14 Fuels and Fuels Processing
 Chapter 15 Durability and Lifetime
 Chapter 16 Solid Oxide Electrolysis Cells.
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10. Introduction to spintronics [2016]
 Bandyopadhyay, S., author.
 Second edition.  Boca Raton : CRC Press, [2016]
 Description
 Book — xxi, 636 pages : illustrations (some colors) ; 24 cm
 Summary

 The Early History of Spin Spin The Bohr Planetary Model and Space Quantization The Birth of "Spin" The SternGerlach Experiment The Advent of Spintronics Problems References The Quantum Mechanics of Spin Pauli Spinmatrices The Pauli Equation and Spinors More on the Pauli Equation Extending the Pauli Equation  The Dirac Equation The Time Independent Dirac Equation Problems Appendix References The Bloch Sphere The Spinor and the "Qubit" The Bloch Sphere Concept Problems References Evolution of a Spinor on the Bloch Sphere Spin1/2 Particle in a Constant Magnetic Field: Larmor Precession Preparing to Derive the Rabi Formula The Rabi Formula Problems References The Density Matrix The Density Matrix Concept: Case of a Pure State Properties of the Density Matrix Pure versus Mixed State Concept of the Bloch Ball Time Evolution of the Density Matrix: Case of Mixed State The Relaxation Times T1 and T2 and the Bloch Equations Problems References SpinOrbit Interaction Microscopic or Intrinsic SpinOrbit Interaction in an Atom Macroscopic or Extrinsic SpinOrbit Interaction Problems References MagnetoElectric Subbands in Quantum Confined Structures in the Presence of SpinOrbit Interaction Dispersion Relations of Spin Resolved MagnetoElectric Subbands and Eigenspinors in a TwoDimensional Electron Gas in the Presence of SpinOrbit Interaction Dispersion Relations of Spin Resolved MagnetoElectric Subbands and Eigenspinors in a OneDimensional Electron Gas in the Presence of SpinOrbit Interaction Magnetic Field Perpendicular to Wire Axis and the Electric Field Causing Rashba Effect (i.e., along the zaxis) Eigenenergies of Spin Resolved Subbands and Eigenspinors in a Quantum Dot in the Presence of SpinOrbit Interaction Why Are the Dispersion Relations Important? Problems References Spin Relaxation The SpinIndependent SpinOrbit Magnetic Field Spin Relaxation Mechanisms Spin Relaxation in a Quantum Dot Problems References Some Spin Phenomena The Spin Hall Effect The Spin Galvanic Effect The Spin Capacitor Effect The Spin Transfer Torque Effect The Spin Hanle Effect The Spin Seebeck Effect The Spin Peltier Effect Problems References Exchange Interaction Identical Particles and the Pauli Exclusion Principle Hartree and HartreeFock Approximations The Role of Exchange in Ferromagnetism The Heisenberg Hamiltonian Problems References Spin Transport in Solids The DriftDiffusion Model The Semiclassical Model Concluding Remarks Problems References Passive Spintronic Devices and Related Concepts Spin Valve Spin Injection Efficiency Hysteresis in Spin Valve Magnetoresistance Giant Magnetoresistance Spin Accumulation Spin Injection across a Ferromagnet/Metal Interface Spin Injection in a Spin Valve Spin Extraction at the Interface between a Ferromagnet and a Semiconductor Problems References Active Devices Based on Spin and Charge SpinBased Transistors Spin Field Effect Transistors (SPINFET) Analysis of the TwoDimensional SPINFET Device Performance of SPINFETs Power Dissipation Estimates Other Types of SPINFETs The Importance of the Spin Injection Efficiency Transconductance, Gain, Bandwidth, and Isolation Spin Bipolar Junction Transistors (SBJT) GMRBased Transistors Concluding Remarks Problems References AllElectric Spintronics with Quantum Point Contacts Quantum Point Contacts A Few Recent Experimental Results with QPCs and QDs Spin Orbit Coupling Rashba SpinOrbit Coupling (RSOC) Lateral SpinOrbit Coupling (LSOC) SternGerlach Type Spatial Spin Separation in a QPC Structure Detection of Spin Polarization Observation of a 0.5 G0 Conductance Plateau in Asymmetrically Biased QPCs with InPlane Side Gates Prospect for Generation of Spin Polarized Current at Higher Temperatures Prospect for an AllElectric Spin FET Conclusion Problems References Single Spin Processors Single Spintronics Reading and Writing Single Spin Single Spin Logic Energy Dissipation Issues Comparison between Spin Transistors and SingleSpinProcessors Concluding Remarks Problems References Quantum Computing with Spins The Quantum Inverter Can the NAND Gate Be Switched without Dissipating Energy? Universal Reversible Gate: The ToffoliFredkin Gate AMatrix Quantum Gates Qubits Superposition States Quantum Parallelism Universal Quantum Gates A 2Qubit "Spintronic" Universal Quantum Gate Conclusion Problems References Nanomagnetic Logic: Computing with Giant Classical Spins Nanomagnetic Logic and Bennett Clocking Why Nanomagnetism? Problems References A Brief Quantum Mechanics Primer Blackbody Radiation and Quantization of Electromagnetic Energy The Concept of the Photon WaveParticle Duality and the De Broglie Wavelength Postulates of Quantum Mechanics Some Elements of Semiconductor Physics: Particular Applications in Nanostructures The RayleighRitz Variational Procedure The Transfer Matrix Formalism Peierls' Transformation Problems References.
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11. Network science [2016]
 Barabási, AlbertLászló, author.
 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2016.
 Description
 Book — xviii, 456 pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 26 cm
 Summary

"Networks are everywhere, from the Internet, to social networks, and the genetic networks that determine our biological existence. Illustrated throughout in full colour, this pioneering textbook, spanning a wide range of topics from physics to computer science, engineering, economics and the social sciences, introduces network science to an interdisciplinary audience. From the origins of the six degrees of separation to explaining why networks are robust to random failures, the author explores how viruses like Ebola and H1N1 spread, and why it is that our friends have more friends than we do. Using numerous realworld examples, this innovatively designed text includes clear delineation between undergraduate and graduate level material"Page [4] of cover.
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TK5105.5 .B37 2016  Unknown 
 Totsky, Alexander V., 1952
 Berlin ; Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG, [2015]
 Description
 Book — x, 199 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
 Summary

 General properties of bispectrumbased digital signal processing
 Unknown noisy signal shape estimation by bispectrumfiltering techniques
 Bispectrumbased digital image reconstruction using tapering predistortion
 Signal detection by using thirdorder test statistics in communications and radar applications.
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TK5102.9 .T738 2015  Unknown 
 Johnstone, Bob, author.
 Updated edition.  Amherst, New York : Prometheus Books, 2015.
 Description
 Book — iii, 347 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 23 cm
 Summary

 Out of the blue
 The floodgates open
 Flight of the golden goose
 The end of Edison.
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TK7871.89 .L53 J65 2015  Unknown 
 Santhanagopalan, Shriram, author.
 Boston : Artech House, [2015]
 Description
 Book — x, 230 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Types of Batteries Battery Chemistries Electrical Performance Modeling Testing Thermal Behavior Battery Life Operating Considerations Battery Safety Defining an Application Automotive Applications Grid Applications Designing Systems An Iterative Process Cell Selection Electrical System Design Thermal System Design Safety/Control System Design Case Studies.
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TK2945 .L58 S36 2015  Unknown 
 Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, [2015]
 Description
 Book — xii, 305 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm
 Summary

 Preface xiii
 Part 1: Renewable Energy Conversion Systems
 1
 1 Introduction: An Overview of Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures for Renewable Energy Applications
 3 Ahsanulhaq Qurashi 1.1 Introduction
 3 1.2 Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures
 7 1.3 Growth of Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures
 8 1.4 Applications of Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures
 16 1.5 Summary and Future Perspective
 18 References
 18
 2 Renewable Energy and Materials
 23 Muhammad Asif 2.1 Global Energy Scenario
 23 2.2 Role of Renewable Energy in Sustainable Energy Future
 25 2.3 Importance of Materials Role in Renewable Energy
 27 References
 30
 3 Sustainable Feed Stock and Energy Futures
 33 H. Idriss 3.1 Introduction
 33 3.2 Discussion
 34 References
 41
 Part 2: Synthesis of Metal Chalcogenide Nanostructures
 43
 4 MetalSelenide Nanostructures: Growth and Properties
 45 Ramin Yousefi 4.1 Introduction
 45 4.2 Growth and Properties of Different Groups of MetalSelenide Nanostructures
 48 4.3 Metal Selenides from III?VI Semiconductors
 57 4.4 Metal Selenides from IV?VI Semiconductors
 61 4.5 Metal Selenides from V?VI Semiconductors
 66 4.6 Metal Selenides from Transition Metal (TM)
 69 4.7 Ternary MetalSelenide Compounds
 75 4.8 Summary and Future Outlook
 78 Acknowledgment
 79 References
 79
 5 Growth Mechanism and Surface Functionalization of Metal Chalcogenides Nanostructures
 83 Muhammad Nawaz Tahir, Jugal Kishore Sahoo, Faegheh Hoshyargar, and Wolfgang Tremel 5.1 Introduction
 84 5.2 Synthetic Methods for Layered Metal Chalcogenides
 89 5.3 Surface Functionalization of Layered Metal Dichalcogenide Nanostructures
 102 5.4 Applications of Inorganic Nanotubes and Fullerenes
 110 References
 113
 6 Optical and Structural Properties of Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductor Nanostructures
 123 IhsanulHaq Toor and Shafique Khan 6.1 Optical Properties of Metal Chalcogenides Semiconductor Nanostructures
 124 6.2 Structural Properties and Defects of Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductor Nanostructures
 133 References
 142
 7 Structural and Optical Properties of CdS Nanostructures
 147 Y. AlDouri, Abdulwahab S. Z. Lahewil, U. Hashim, and N. M. Ahmed 7.1 Introduction
 147 7.2 Nanomaterials
 150 7.3 IIVI Semiconductors
 152 7.4 SolGel Process
 155 7.5 Structural and Surface Characterization of Nanostructured CdS
 156 7.6 Optical Properties
 159 7.7 Conclusion
 161 Acknowledgments
 162 References
 162
 Part 3: Applications of Metal Chalcogenides Nanostructures
 165
 8 Metal Sulfide Photocatalysts for Hydrogen Generation by Water Splitting under Illumination of Solar Light
 167 Dr. Zhonghai Zhang 8.1 Introduction
 167 8.2 Photocatalytic Water Splitting on Single Metal Sulfide
 169 8.3 Photocatalytic Water Splitting on Multimetal Sulfide
 173 8.4 Metal Sulfides SolidSolution Photocatalysts
 180 8.5 Summary and Future Outlook
 184 References
 184
 9 Metal Chalcogenide Hierarchical Nanostructures for Energy Conversion Devices
 189 Ramin Yousefi, Farid JamaliSheini, and Ali Khorsand Zak 9.1 Introduction
 190 9.2 Main Characteristics of CdChalcogenide Nanocrystals (CdE E = S, Se, Te)
 192 9.3 Different Methods to Grow CdChalcogenide Nanocrystals
 192 9.4 Solar Energy Conversion
 212 9.5 CdChalcogenide Nanocrystals as Solar Energy Conversion
 219 9.6 Summary and Future Outlook
 230 References
 230
 10 Metal Chalcogenide Quantum Dots for Hybrid Solar Cell Applications
 233 Mir Waqas Alam and Ahsanulhaq Qurashi 10.1 Introduction
 233 10.2 Chemical Synthesis of Quantum Dots
 235 10.3 Quantum Dots Solar cell
 238 10.4 Summary and Future Prospects
 243 References
 243
 11 Solar Cell Application of Metal Chalcogenide Semiconductor Nanostructures
 247 Hongjun Wu 11.1 Introduction
 247 11.2 ChalcogenideBased ThinFilm Solar Cells
 248 11.3 CdTeBased Solar Cells
 249 11.4 Cu(In, Ga)(S, Se)2 (CIGS)Based Solar Cells
 251 11.5 Metal ChalcogenidesBased QuantumDotsSensitized Solar Cells (QDSSCs)
 253 11.6 Hybrid Metal Chalcogenides NanostructureConductive Polymer Composite Solar Cells
 257 11.7 Conclusions
 261 References
 262
 12 ChalcogenideBased Nanodevices for Renewable Energy
 269 Y. AlDouri 12.1 Introduction
 269 12.2 Renewable Energy
 272 12.3 Nanodevices
 274 12.4 Density Functional Theory
 277 12.5 Analytical Studies
 278 12.6 Conclusion
 284 Acknowledgments
 285 References
 285
 13 Metal Tellurides Nanostructures for Thermoelectric Applications
 289 Salman B. Inayat 13.1 Introduction
 290 13.2 Thermoelectric Microdevice Fabricated by a MEMSLike Electrochemical Process
 290 13.3 Bi2Te3Based Flexible Micro Thermoelectric Generator
 292 13.4 HighThermoelectric Performance of Nanostructured Bismuth Antimony Telluride Bulk Alloys
 293 13.5 Nanomanufactured Thermoelectric Glass Windows for Energy Efficient Building Technologies
 294 13.6 Conclusion
 296 References 297.
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16. Microelectronic circuits [2015]
 Sedra, Adel S., author.
 Seventh edition.  New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, [2015]
 Description
 Book — 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations ; 27 cm.
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TK7867 .S39 2015  Unknown 
 Simões, M. Godoy, author.
 Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2015]
 Description
 Book — xxii, 444 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Foreword Preface Acknowledgments Authors Principles of Alternative Sources of Energy and Electric Generation Scope of This Chapter Legal Definitions Principles of Electrical Conversion Basic Definitions of Electrical Power Characteristics of Primary Sources Characteristics of Remote Industrial, Commercial, and Residential Sites and Rural Energy Selection of the Electric Generator Interfacing Primary Source, Generator, and Load Example of a Simple Integrated Generating and EnergyStoring System Solved Problems Suggested Problems References SteadyState Model of Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Interconnection and Disconnection of the Electric Distribution Network Robustness of Induction Generators Classical SteadyState Representation of the Asynchronous Machine Generated Power Induced Torque Representation of Induction Generator Losses Measurement of Induction Generator Parameters Blocked Rotor Test (s = 1) NoLoad Test (s = 0) Features of Induction Machines Working as Generators Interconnected to the Distribution Network HighEfficiency Induction Generator Doubly Fed Induction Generator Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Transient Model of Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Induction Machine in Transient State State SpaceBased Induction Generator Modeling NoLoad Induction Generator State Equations of SEIG with Resistive Load, R State Equations of SEIG with RLC Load Partition of SEIG State Matrix with RLC Load Generalization of the Association of SelfExcited Generators Relationship between Torque and Shaft Oscillation Oscillation Equation Transient Simulation of Induction Generators Example of Transient Model of an Induction Generator Effect of RLC Load Connection Loss of Excitation Parallel Connection of Induction Generators Concepts Covered in This Chapter to Help Practical Design Solved Problems Suggested Problems References SelfExcited Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Performance of SelfExcited Induction Generators Magnetizing Curves and SelfExcitation Mathematical Description of the SelfExcitation Process Series Capacitors and Composed Excitation of Induction Generators ThreePhase Generators Operating in SinglePhase Mode Solved Problems Suggested Problems References General Characteristics of Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter TorqueSpeed Characteristics of Induction Generators Power versus Current Characteristics Rotor Power Factor as a Function of Rotation Nonlinear Relationship between AirGap Voltage Vg and Magnetizing Current Im Minimization of Laboratory Tests Example for Determining Magnetizing Curve and Magnetizing Reactance Voltage Regulation Characteristics of Rotation Comparison of Induction Generators with Other Generators Solved Problem Suggested Problems References Construction Features of Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Electromechanical Considerations Optimization of the Manufacturing Process Types of Design Sizing the Machine Efficiency Issues Comparison of Induction Generators, PM, and Ferrite Machines Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Bibliography Power Electronics for Interfacing Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Power Semiconductor Devices Power Electronics and Converter Circuits Regulators Inverters Protection and Monitoring Units DC to DC Conversion AC to DC Conversion SinglePhase FullWave Rectifiers, Uncontrolled and Controlled Types DC to AC Conversion SinglePhase HBridge Inverter ThreePhase Inverter Multistep Inverter Multilevel Inverter Direct AC to AC Conversion DiodeBridge Arrangement CommonEmitter Antiparallel IGBT Diode Pair CommonCollector Antiparallel IGBT Diode Pair Power Electronics to Reduce SelfExcitation Capacitance SEIGIMC Connection Power Electronic Controls of the IMC StandAlone Induction Generator Schemes Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Scalar Control for Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Scalar Control Background Scalar Control Schemes Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Vector Control for Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Vector Control for Induction Generators Axis Transformation Space Vector Notation FieldOriented Control Indirect Vector Control Direct Vector Control Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Optimized Control for Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Why Optimize Induction GeneratorBased Renewable Energy Systems? Optimization Principles: Optimize Benefit or Minimize Effort Application of HCC for Induction Generators HCCBased Maximum Power Search Fixed Step Divided Step Adaptive Step Exponential Step Practical Implementation of Incremental Steps FLCBased Maximum Power Search Fuzzy Control of Induction Generators Description of Fuzzy Controllers Experimental Evaluation of Fuzzy Optimization Control Chapter Summary Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Doubly Fed Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Features of DFIG Sub and Supersynchronous Modes Operation of DFIG Interconnected and StandAlone Operations FieldOriented Control of DFIG RotorEnd Converter Control Harmonic Compensation Stator Flux Orientation FrontEnd Converter Control ActiveReactive Power Control for a Doubly Fed Induction Generator StandAlone Doubly Fed Induction Generator Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Simulation Tools for Induction Generators Scope of This Chapter Design Fundamentals of Small Power Plants Simplified Design of Small Wind Power Plants Simulation of SelfExcited Induction Generators in PSpice Simulation of SelfExcited Induction Generators in Pascal Simulation of SteadyState Operation of an Induction Generator Using Microsoft Excel Simulation of VectorControlled Schemes Using MATLAB(R)/Simulink(R) Inputs Outputs Indirect Vector Control Direct Vector Control with Rotor Flux Direct Vector Control with Stator Flux Evaluation of the MATLAB/Simulink Program Simulation of a SelfExcited Induction Generator in PSIM Simulation of A SelfExcited Induction Generator in MATLAB Simulation of a SelfExcited Induction Generator in C Solved Problem Suggested Problems References Applications of Induction Generators in Alternative Sources of Energy Scope of This Chapter Voltage and Frequency Control of Induction Generators Application of Electronic Load Controllers Wind Power with Variable Speed RunofRiver Hydro Generation Wave and Tidal Powers Stirling Engine Power and Cogeneration Danish Concept Doubly Fed Induction Generator PumpasTurbine PumpedStorage Plants or BackPumping Constant Frequency, Constant Speed, and Constant Power Linear Induction Generator StandAlone Operation IG for Wind Turbine Magnus Mathematical Model of Turbine Magnus Distributed Generation Suggested Problems References Economics of Induction GeneratorBased Renewable Systems Scope of This Chapter Optimal and Market Price of Energy in a Regulatory Environment World Climate Change Related to Power Generation Economy of Renewable Sources and Hydrogen Energy versus Environment Economy Appraisal of Investment BenefitCost Ratio Net Present Value (or Discounted Cash Flow) Internal Rate of Return Payback Period LeastCost Analysis Sensitivity Analysis Concept Selection and Optimization of Investment Future Directions Solved Problems Suggested Problems References Appendix A: Introduction to Fuzzy Logic Appendix B: C Statements for the Simulation of a SelfExcited Induction Generator Appendix C: Pascal Statements for the Simulation of a SelfExcited Induction Generator Appendix D: Power Tracking CurveBased Algorithm for Wind Energy Systems Index.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781482244670 20160618
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TK2451 .S56 2015  Unknown 
 Hendry, Mike, author.
 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
 Description
 Book — vi, 264 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 Part I. Introduction:
 1. What is NFC?
 2. Development of NFC Part II. Technology:
 3. Standards
 4. Modes of operation
 5. RF requirements and components
 6. The secure element
 7. Tags and terminals
 8. NFC apps
 9. Infrastructure requirements
 10. Security
 11. Interoperability Part III. Applications:
 12. Marketing and advertising
 13. Retail
 14. Transportation
 15. Payment
 16. File and devicesharing
 17. Accessibility
 18. Smart objects and the Internet of Things Part IV. Implementation:
 19. Implementation issues
 20. Further developments.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781107060319 20160618
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TK6570 .N43 H46 2015  Unknown 
 Darabi, Hooman, 1972 author.
 Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
 Description
 Book — xiii, 474 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 1. RF components
 2. RF signals and systems
 3. RF twoports
 4. Noise
 5. Distortion
 6. Lownoise amplifiers
 7. Mixers
 8. Oscillators
 9. Power amplifiers
 10. Transceiver architectures.
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(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9780521190794 20160619
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TK7874.78 .D37 2015  Unknown 
20. Bayesian multiple target tracking [2014]
 Second edition.  Boston : Artech House, [2014]
 Description
 Book — xix, 293 pages : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

This book views multiple target tracking as a Bayesian inference problem. Within this framework it develops the theory of single target tracking, multiple target tracking, and likelihood ratio detection and tracking. In addition to providing a detailed description of a basic particle filter that implements the Bayesian single target recursion, this resource provides numerous examples that involve the use of particle filters. With these examples illustrating the developed concepts, algorithms, and approaches  the book helps radar engineers track when observations are nonlinear functions of target site, when the target state distributions or measurement error distributions are not Gaussian, in low data rate and low signal to noise ratio situations, and when notions of contact and association are merged or unresolved among more than one target.
(source: Nielsen Book Data) 9781608075539 20160613
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TK6580 .S76 2014  Unknown 