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Tensor analysis of networks, by Gabriel Kron ...

Main Author: Kron, Gabriel, 1901-1968.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, J. Wiley & Sons, inc.; London,
Subjects: Calculus of tensors.
Electric circuits.
Note: "This volume covers in detail the subject matter of the first two parts of a series of articles ... in the General electric review. The serial ... began in the April, 1935, issue and is entitled 'The application of tensors to the analysis of rotating electrical machinery'. Some of the material from the other parts that are of introductory nature are also included and enlarged here."--Introd.
"One of a series written in the interest of the advanced course in engineering of the General electric company."
Physical Description: xxiv, 635 p. illus., diagrs. 24 cm.
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