Design of Rotating Electrical Machines by Juha Pyrhonen, Tapani Jokinen, Valeria Hrabovcova
Design of Rotating Electrical Machines Juha Pyrhonen, Tapani Jokinen, Valeria Hrabovcova ebook
ISBN: 0470695161, 9780470695166
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