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  • Author:
    Richard C. Dorf
  • ISBN:
    0780347323
  • ISBN13:
    978-0780347328
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    Ieee (August 1998)
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Substantially revised and updated, this classic handbook - now presented electronically - is a comprehensive compilation of physical, chemical, material, and mathematical data, encompassing the entire field of electrical engineering

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Danial
Generally I like Dr. Dorf's work, but this particular volume is not one of my favorites. It's not really a handbook; it's a broad survey course for sophomore engineering students. There simply is insufficient depth in any one subject for a working engineer to design or simulate a machine or process or structure. I read a few pages everyday and managed to get through the whole book, but I cannot say it was a pleasant experience.

Here is a brief list of real handbooks I own which have the necessary depth to use in the real world:

1. Condon's Handbook of Physics
2. Eshbach's Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals
3. Mark's Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineering
4. Markus Guidebook of Electronic Circuits
5. Potter's Handbook of the Engineering Sciences
6. Tuma's Handbook of Physical Calculations
7. Grigoriev's Handbook of Physical Quantities
8. CRC Handbook of Chemistry and Physics
9. Allen's Astrophysical Quantities
10. Springer Handbook of Condensed Matter and Materials Data
11. CRC Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics

All of these works contain substantially more information per page than The Engineering Handbook.

The organization is also somewhat questionable. The math and materials sections are in the back of the book, instead of the front. The chapter on linear systems and models is separated from the chapter on control systems, etc.

I don't want to imply that there aren't any worthwhile chapters. I liked the chapter on wind energy...
Recommended to sophomore engineering students, not working engineers.
Funny duck
Good ref material
Rocky Basilisk
It labeled at library use only, and another label HAWKEYE COMM COLLEGE LIBRARY !!!!
But its in a good shape
lolike
This huge book contains almost everything the practicing engineer needs, including definitions of engineering terms, solutions to common problems, rules-of-thumb, tables and equations, and references to other engineering sources.

Keep in mind that no matter how big (2800+ pages) an engineering reference could be, there is no way that you will be able to find every single detail in every field of engineering covered in enough depth to write your thesis. You will find the fundamental information, principles, quick calculations methods, illustrations, and diagrams, which will save the industrial practitioner valuable time.

I really believe this book is an excellent engineering reference. I am an Electronic Engineer, but I have been working for the last 16 years as an Instrumentation, Automation and Process Control Engineer for the Oil & Gas Industry. As a result I have been involved with Chemical and Mechanical Engineering issues in a day to day basic. I found this book to be a helpful reference in those fields and also in other very different fields, like engineering economics and management.

I own this book, and for me it was a very good investment.
Datrim
This book is really good. it has covered almost every fundamental what an electrical engg. looks out for. It will be really helpful for the designers who are looking out for some basics. Moreover it is a compilation of all fundamentals in one book and is a bible. Hence, it should be a part of every electrical engineer's collection of books.
Mall
This handbook is a bunch of articles about several topics in engineering.
The collection is impressive, but every article, per se, is too brief to be useful to anyone.