I'm about to just to begin a new book and wanted to share this new find, which was released recently in March. The book is called, Switched-Mode Power Supply Simulation with SPICE by Steven M. Sandler and it's a terrific new reprint of the of Steve Sandler's classic technical book, PWM models and power supply simulation solutions are described in depth. What I love is that this will provide information and actual examples to help one achieve and understand simulation testing.
It also makes a wonderful point on how one can save so much by doing a computer simulation verse building a robot or device and having to rebuild it over and over if it doesn't work out the first time or few times tested. I had to share this book with you all and let you know that it's available and if you ever loved any of the other technical books by Steven M. Sandler than you'll want to get your hands on this book!
About The Book:
In a reprint of Steve Sandler’s classic technical book, PWM models and power supply simulation solutions are described in depth—with special attention paid to practical magnetic components.All common topologies are discussed, including linear, buck and flyback converters.
Practical guidance is given for EMI/FRI filtering and magnetics design and analysis.
Most of the book’s code (available to book purchasers) will run, unaltered, on all of the popular SPICE versions, including PSPSICE, LTSpice, and Tina.
Sometimes maligned, SPICE can provide very accurate results that correlate with real circuit operation if accurate models are used.
As an internationally recognized power supply expert and zealot for improved power integrity, Steve Sandler’s classic Switched-Mode Power Supply Simulation is a valuable resource for any Engineer’s bookshelf.
About The Author:
Steven M. Sandler - As a popular lecturer and author of six books, Steve Sandler has been involved with power system engineering for nearly 40 years. Steve is the founder of PicoTest.com, a company specializing in power integrity solutions including measurements products, services, and training. He frequently lectures and leads international workshops on the topics of power, Power Delivery Networks (PDN) and distributed systems, and is a Keysight-certified expert for EDA software. Steve frequently writes articles and books related to power supply and PDN performance and his previous book, Power INtegrity: Measuring, Optimizing and Troubleshooting POwer-Related Parameters in ELectronics Systems was published by McGraw-Hill in 2014. He was the recipient of the ACE 2015 Jim Williams Contributor of the Year Award for his outstanding and continuing contributions to the engineering industry and knowledge sharing. Steve is also the founder of AEi Systems, a well-established leader in worst case circuit analysis and troubleshooting of satellite and other high-reliability systems. For more information about Steve, his test equipment, and Power Integrity classes, see: www.PicoTest.com
Faraday Press - Based in a lab and office in Apache Junction, Arizona, Faraday Press is a publishing start-up specializing in technical books.
- Format: Trade Paperback
- Publisher: Faraday Press
- Language: English
- Price: $59.95 (Get it at $50.00 discounted price if use link below)
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