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Please help me, this is my last hope. I am an el. engineer student and i need GOOD books on electrical machinery. My proffesor is more a good repairman than a great scientist who could teach me about all the theoretical (matematical and physical) concepts which have led to modern design process and calculation methods in the el. machinery industry sector. I want to learn as much as i can (publically available knowlege) first to get the fundamental concepts on deep lvl of understanding. I am not stupid to think that todays developers use directly Maxwells equations for engineering calculations, but it is very important for my brain to learn first rigurous mattematics and physics of a process and then to be introduced to various approximations and simplifications and why they can be applied on the concrete problem.

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My IQ is estimated 140+(deviation 15), I am generally good in mathematics/physics (considered a genius in the field of calculus/geometry), so I am not afraid of difficult literature.

I hope someone can recommend me a book(probably a set of books).

if you don't know of a book that could help me on this topic, but know some great lterature on other power engineering topics, i would be grateful if you recommended it.

Im sorry for mistakes, english is not my first language

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**Fitzgerald & Kingsley's Electric Machinery**" that are highly recommended are of no help...My IQ is estimated 140+(deviation 15), I am generally good in mathematics/physics (considered a genius in the field of calculus/geometry), so I am not afraid of difficult literature.

I hope someone can recommend me a book(probably a set of books).

if you don't know of a book that could help me on this topic, but know some great lterature on other power engineering topics, i would be grateful if you recommended it.

Im sorry for mistakes, english is not my first language

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