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Avishkar Gote
Avishkar Gote • May 3, 2011

Electrical Machines Book

I am confused please guide me for Electrical Machines's book , i am in 2nd year engineering student .
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • May 3, 2011
It's not clear from your post what help you want regarding Electrical Machines Book. Could you please ask specific questions?
Harshad Italiya
Harshad Italiya • May 3, 2011
Avishkar Gote
I am confused please guide me for Electrical Machines's book , i am in 2nd year engineering student .
Are you talking about the Author for that book then i used to prefer Electrical Machines by B.L.Theraja
shubhankar
shubhankar • May 3, 2011
the books i personally used are
Nagrath& DP kothari, ashfaq hussain, BL theraja, mukharjee chakroborty.
but i would not suggest BL Theraja if you are an electrical engineering students as the concepts in Theraja are superficial.they lack the depth. i woul suggest you to go for ashfaq and DP kothari but make sure you do not end up messing up with the conventions. they are a bit different in the 2 books..check out which one suits you.
shubhankar
shubhankar • May 3, 2011
sorry my mistake. i forgot to read that your are a communication engineer. then go for BL Theraja. solved numericals are good and they do appear in the papers. generally this does not hold good for the electrical people.that is why i suggested the former one.
narayana murthy
narayana murthy • May 4, 2011
hmmmm bimra is also good as i know
for a easy understanding use any local authors
for me i use book called Bakshi
maraitamilan
maraitamilan • May 5, 2011
For machines the standard authors are bl theraja and bimra these for about machines,for design of electrical machines ak sawhney will be nice to refer if you want any specific topic mention it 😀
maya chinni
maya chinni • Aug 2, 2011
'i`m an ece 2nd year student can u please tell me which author will be best for me
Mr.Don
Mr.Don • Aug 2, 2011
I have studied machines in J.B. Gupta and its a nice book. It helped me for 3 semisters for EM-1 ,EM-2. EM -3 and for other subjects as well.
praba230890
praba230890 • Aug 2, 2011
I too found J.B.Gupta more comfortable to study machines. If you have Gupta book then you don't need any other reference books or something like that. If you are not ready to learn the machines concept thoroughly and just need to clear your machines paper then go for technical publications books(sorry for recommending this), as they are university syllabus specific.
lalit.joshi
lalit.joshi • Feb 6, 2012
Avishkar Gote
I am confused please guide me for Electrical Machines's book , i am in 2nd year engineering student .
well, ashfaq husain, p.s. bhimbra, bakshi will surely help ew to strengthen ur concepts.😀
ANSAM WISEJITH
ANSAM WISEJITH • Feb 8, 2012
i think theraja will be nice in lucid precentation
aarthivg
aarthivg • Feb 8, 2012
I like to suggest you books of Nagrath & DP kothari.

All the best.
Ayush_pse
Ayush_pse • May 29, 2012
Avishkar Gote
I am confused please guide me for Electrical Machines's book , i am in 2nd year engineering student .
go for Electrical machines by Ashfaq Hussain.. its the best and followed widely..
lokesh258
lokesh258 • May 31, 2012
i think "principles of electrical machines by v.k.mehta & rohit mehta" is a good book.... you can easily under stand... it is the basic book for the machines
khyzer shamsi
khyzer shamsi • Jun 6, 2012
ashfaq hussain will be good fr ece

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