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The main aim of this book is to give a complete and comprehensive introduction to electric storage systems for electric transportation. Emphasis is placed on providing a large number of exercises with different levels of difficulty, so readers can validate their understanding and take a step towards the dimensioning of electric energy storage systems. Especially interesting are the baseline of lectures for specialized undergraduate students or graduate students from different specialities, looking to learn more about electric energy storage systems. Furthermore, the book can be helpful for professionals wanting to learn more about electric energy storage systems.
This practical introduction to the field focuses on the design, architecture, and operation of technologies based on organic compounds and conjugating molecules. It shows the reader how material structure relates to semiconducting properties, and then explores in detail the electronic devices that harness their unique properties. The author also extends the discussion to printed electronics, covering large-area, low-cost film deposition, patterning, processing, and encapsulation. The reader will gain a deep understanding of how the devices work and how the applications are designed and operate.
This book provides a complete introduction to nanomagnets and gives researchers the tools they need to create a new generation of nanoscale magnetic systems. Coverage begins with the origin of magnetism, domains in bulk magnets and the basic equation describing magnetization dynamics. It then turns to patterned nanoscale magnets, static magnetization structures and magnetic exchange interactions, followed by the dynamics of magnetism in nanostructures, spin torque and magnetic noise. It closes with a detailed look at existing and near-future applications.
This volume explores and addresses the challenges of high-k gate dielectric materials, one of the major concerns in the evolving semiconductor industry and the International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS). The application of high-k gate dielectric materials is a promising strategy that allows further miniaturization of microelectronic components. This book presents a broad review of SiO2 materials, including a brief historical note of Moore's law, followed by reliability issues of the SiO2 based MOS transistor. It goes on to discuss the transition of gate dielectrics with an EOT ~ 1 nm and a selection of high-k materials. A review of the various deposition techniques of different high-k films is also discussed. High-k dielectrics theories (quantum tunneling effects and interface engineering theory) and applications of different novel MOSFET structures, like tunneling FET, are also covered in this book. The volume also looks at the important issues in the future of CMOS technology and presents an analysis of interface charge densities with the high-k material tantalum pentoxide. The issue of CMOS VLSI technology with the high-k gate dielectric materials is covered as is the advanced MOSFET structure, with its working structure and modeling. This timely volume will prove to be a valuable resource on both the fundamentals and the successful integration of high-k dielectric materials in future IC technology.
Owen Bishop's First Course starts with the basics of electricity and component types, introducing students to practical work almost straight away. No prior knowledge of electronics is required. The approach is student-centred with self-test features to check understanding, including numerous activities suitable for practicals, homework and other assignments. Multiple choice questions are incorporated throughout the text in order to aid student learning. Key facts, formulae and definitions are highlighted to aid revision, and theory is backed up by numerous examples within the book. Each chapter ends with a set of problems that includes exam-style questions, for which numerical answers are provided at the end of the book. This text is ideal for a wide range of introductory courses in electronics, technology, physics and engineering. The coverage has been carefully matched to the latest UK syllabuses including GCSE Electronics, GCSE Design & Technology, Engineering GCSE and Edexcel's BTEC First in Engineering, resulting in a text that meets the needs of students on all Level 2 electronics units and courses. Owen Bishop's talent for introducing the world of electronics has long been a proven fact with his textbooks, professional introductions and popular circuit construction guides being chosen by thousands of students, lecturers and electronics enthusiasts.
Most of the reliability literature is directed towards non repairable systems, that is, systems that fail are discarded. This book is mainly dedicated towards providing coverage to the reliability modeling and analysis of repairable systems that are repaired and not replaced when they fail. Most of the equipment - mechanical or otherwise -are repairable and are subjected to maintenance actions- reactive or proactive- at various levels. Maintenance actions are carried out either to preserve a system or to renovate it to a specified functionable state. Maintenance actions are also characterized by the degree (perfect or imperfect) to which a system can be restored, i.e., to an 'as good as new condition' (AGAN), or 'as bad as old condition' (ABAO). Mathematically perfect repair is modeled using a renewal process (RP). Since it represents much idealized situation, this model has restricted applications in the analysis of repairable systems. At the other extreme, the ABAO repair is mathematically modelled using a Non-Homogenous Poisson Process (NHPP). These assumptions are very unrealistic for probabilistic modeling and leads to major distortions in statistical analysis. This unique book provides a comprehensive framework for the modeling and analysis of repairable systems considering both the non- parametric and parametric approaches to deal with the failure data. The book presents MCF based non-parametric approach with several illustrative examples and the generalized renewal process (GRP) based arithmetic reduction of age (ARA) models along with its applications to the systems failure data from aviation industry. The book also covers various multi-criteria decision-making (MCDM), integrated with repairable systems reliability analysis models to provide a much better insight into imperfect repair and maintenance data analysis. A complete chapter on an integrated framework for procurement process is added which will of a great assistance to the readers in enhancing the potential of their respective organization. This book also presents FMEA methods tailored for GRP based repairs. This text has primarily emerged from the industrial experience and research work of the authors. A number of illustrations have been included to make the subject lucid and vivid even to the readers who are relatively new to this area. Besides, various examples have been provided to display the applicability of presented models and methodologies to assist the readers in applying the concepts presented in this book.
Electronic Conduction: Classical and Quantum Theory to Nanoelectronic Devices provides a concise, complete introduction to the fundamental principles of electronic conduction in microelectronic and nanoelectronic devices, with an emphasis on integrating the quantum aspects of conduction. The chapter coverage begins by presenting the classical theory of conduction, including introductory chapters on quantum mechanics and the solid state, then moving to a complete presentation of essential theory for understanding modern electronic devices. The author's unique approach is applicable to microscale and nanoscale device simulation, is particularly timely given the explosion in the nanoelectronics field. Features Self-contained. Gives a complete introduction to classical and quantum aspects of conduction in nanometer scale devices. Emphasizes core principles and provides a fully self-contained treatment of the field. Highlights the bridge to modern electronics, first presenting the physics then the engineering complications related to quantum behaviour. Includes many clear illustrative diagrams and chapter problem sets. Showcases why quantum mechanics is necessary with modern devices due to their size and corresponding electron transport properties. Gives a comprehensive overview of the literature and will enable readers to conduct their own research.
Power systems are evolving towards the Smart Grid paradigm, featured by large-scale integration of renewable energy resources, e.g. wind and solar power, deeper participation of demand side, and enhanced interaction with electric vehicles. While these emerging elements are inherently stochastic in nature, they are creating a challenge to the system's stability and its control. In this context, conventional analysis tools are becoming less effective, and necessitate the use alternative tools that are able to deal with the high uncertainty and variability in the smart grid. Smart Grid initiatives have facilitated wide-spread deployment of advanced sensing and communication infrastructure, e.g. phasor measurement units at grid level and smart meters at household level, which collect tremendous amount of data in various time and space scales. How to fully utilize the data and extract useful knowledge from them, is of great importance and value to support the advanced stability assessment and control of the smart grid. The intelligent system strategy has been identified as an effective approach to meet the above needs. This book presents the cutting-edge intelligent system techniques and their applications for stability assessment and control of power systems. The major topics covered in this book are: Intelligent system design and algorithms for on-line stability assessment, which aims to use steady-state operating variables to achieve fast stability assessment for credible contingencies. Intelligent system design and algorithms for preventive stability control, which aims at transparent and interpretable decision-making on preventive control actions to manipulate system operating condition against possible contingencies. Intelligent system design and algorithms for real-time stability prediction, which aims to use synchronized measurements to foresee the stability status under an ongoing disturbance. Intelligent system design and algorithms for emergency stability control, which aims at fast decision-making on stability control actions at emergency stage where instability is propagating. Methodologies and algorithms for improving the robustness of intelligent systems against missing-data issues. This book is a reference and guide for researchers, students, and engineers who seek to study and design intelligent systems to resolve stability assessment and control problems in the smart grid age.
Interoperability in IoT for Smart Systems discusses the different facets of interoperability issues among the IoT devices and their solutions, the scalability issues in an IoT network, and provides solutions for plug-n-play of new devices with the existing IoT system. It also addresses the possible usage of interoperable and plug-n-play IoT networks in different systems to make them smarter. Aimed at researchers and graduate students in computer science, computer engineering, computer networks, electronics engineering, this book Exclusively covers interoperability of IoT systems in parallel with their use towards the development of smart systems Discusses the requirements of interoperability in smart IoT systems and their solutions Reviews IoT applications in different smart and intelligent systems Explores dealing with interoperability of heterogeneous participating devices Provides different case studies and open problems related to interoperability in IoT systems
This book introduces the basics of entrepreneurship and a methodology for study of entrepreneurship in electrical engineering and other engineering fields. Entrepreneurship is considered here in three fields of electrical engineering viz., power semiconductor devices, power electronics and electric machines and drive systems, and their current practice. It prepares the reader by providing review of the subject matter in the three fields, their current status in research and development with analysis aspect as needed, thus allowing readers self- sufficiency while reading the book. Each field's emerging applications, current market and future market forecasts are introduced to understand the basis and need for emerging startups. Practical learning is introduced in: (i) Power semiconductor devices entrepreneurship through the prism of 20 startups in detail, (ii) Power electronics entrepreneurship through 28 startup companies arranged under various application fields, and (iii) Electric machines and drive systems entrepreneurship through 15 startups in electromagnetic and 1 in electrostatic machines and drive systems. The book: (i) Demystifies entrepreneurship in a practical way to equip engineers and students with entrepreneurship as an option for their professional growth, pursuit and success, (ii) Provides engineering managers and corporate level executives a detailed view of entrepreneurship activities in the considered three fields that may potentially impact their businesses, (iii) Provides entrepreneurship education in electrical engineering environment and with direct connection and correlation to their fields of study, and (iv) Endows a methodology that can be effectively employed not only in three illustrated fields of electrical engineering but in other fields as well. Book is for electrical engineering students and professionals. For use in undergraduate and graduate courses in electrical engineering the book contains discussion questions, exercise problems, team and class projects, all from a practical point of view, to train students and assist professionals for future entrepreneurship endeavors.
What can the readers gain from this book? A clear and strong grasp of electrical engineering fundamentals. Better understanding of electrical engineering terms, concepts, principles, laws, analysis methods, solution strategies and computational techniques. The ability to communicate with professional electrical engineers and electricians at their wavelength. Greater confidence in their interactions with electrical engineering design engineers, power engineers, controls engineers and other electrical engineering experts. Certain skills and preparation necessary for succeeding in electrical engineering portion of various certification and licensure exams, i.e. FE, Fundamentals of Engineering (also known as EIT, or Engineer in Training), PE, Professional Engineering, CEM, Certified Energy Manager, and many other trade certification tests. A compact and simplified electrical engineering desk reference instead of a voluminous handbook. A brief introduction to the NEC and the Arc Flash Codes. Better understanding of electrical energy cost and tips on improvement of electrical energy intensity in industrial and commercial environment. Better understanding of myriad battery options available in the market; their strengths, weaknesses, opportunities that lie ahead and potential threats, and how batteries compare with capacitors as energy storage devices. If you don't understand some of the abstract concepts in this text the first time, don't give up. Read it again!
Focussing on micro- and nanoelectronics design and technology, this book provides thorough analysis and demonstration, starting from semiconductor devices to VLSI fabrication, designing (analog and digital), on-chip interconnect modeling culminating with emerging non-silicon/ nano devices. It gives detailed description of both theoretical as well as industry standard HSPICE, Verilog, Cadence simulation based real-time modeling approach with focus on fabrication of bulk and nano-devices. Each chapter of this proposed title starts with a brief introduction of the presented topic and ends with a summary indicating the futuristic aspect including practice questions. Aimed at researchers and senior undergraduate/graduate students in electrical and electronics engineering, microelectronics, nanoelectronics and nanotechnology, this book: Provides broad and comprehensive coverage from Microelectronics to Nanoelectronics including design in analog and digital electronics. Includes HDL, and VLSI design going into the nanoelectronics arena. Discusses devices, circuit analysis, design methodology, and real-time simulation based on industry standard HSPICE tool. Explores emerging devices such as FinFETs, Tunnel FETs (TFETs) and CNTFETs including their circuit co-designing. Covers real time illustration using industry standard Verilog, Cadence and Synopsys simulations.