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Members are entitled to a 35 per cent discount on books published by the IET (Note: discount applies to one copy per title only and currently only to the printed format). This includes the IET Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) which is the national standard in the UK and many other countries for the safety of electrical installations.
All content relating to the IET Wiring Regulations, including details of books and other publications, is now available on a dedicated IET website for the electrical industry.
With contributions from today’s leading lightning engineers and researchers, this updated 2nd edition of Vernon Cooray’s classic text, The Lightning Flash provides the reader with an essential introduction to lightning and its impact on electrical and electronic equipment.
Using a high level mathematical approach to complex electromagnetics problems and applications, The Wiener‐Hopf Method in Electromagnetics is an advanced academic book which offers a rare comprehensive treatment of the Wiener-Hopf method.
EMI Troubleshooting Cookbook for Product Designers
Provides step-by-step ‘recipes’ to identify why products fail to meet EMI/EMC regulatory standards to help assist those who are trying to solve EMI problems.
An absolute ‘must have’ for all radar enthusiasts, this new and updated edition is widely acknowledged as the only book to offer a complete overview of modern airborne radar principles of the last 15-20 years.
This 2nd edition been significantly updated and provides a through yet concise introduction to the main concepts and models defined in the IEC 61499 standard for modelling distributed control systems for use in factory automation.
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A key benefit of publishing with the IET is that the profits made are returned to the profession through the IET's other activities. In addition, the status of the IET enables greater flexibility and a more imaginative commissioning policy than some of our competitors. An established Editorial Team review proposals and commission new books, advise on their content and assists authors in developing their work and ideas. All books are intended for global readership and are extremely highly rated and respected. If you would like to submit an idea or a proposal please contact Paul Deards, Commissioning Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org
We appreciate that professionals have considerable demands on their time, and hence we are flexible with our timetables for manuscript preparation; at the outset of a project we aim to agree on a realistic schedule. From the initial proposal to the submission of the final manuscript, authors receive support and advice from the Commissioning Editor. This includes constructive reviews of the text as it develops to provide feedback and suggestion. If you have any queries regarding a previously submitted proposal, please email email@example.com.
IET books are marketed and sold internationally via the IET itself in the UK, our subsidiary in New Jersey, USA, international distributors and library supply companies and, of course, via the regular book trade. As the IET is a major conference and event organiser and sponsor in its field, there are many opportunities to display books at key conferences and exhibitions internationally. Additionally, all books are promoted through IET publications, our catalogues, individual title information sheets, press reviews and on the Internet. We are normally very happy to consider any suggestions authors might have for marketing their book.
The production of the book from final manuscript to publication is overseen by the Production Manager. We offer a fast and efficient service, and will be pleased to discuss options available and advise authors as required. The IET offers facilities, where required, for redrawing figures and can handle text in most formats.
On receipt of an accepted manuscript, the publisher will arrange for the pages to be thoroughly copyedited and proof-read. The manuscript will then be typeset and the final page proofs checked by the author. Finally, the manuscript is sent to the printer for reproduction, printing, binding and delivery. The description of the book provided by authors is used as the basis of the copy for the cover or jacket. Suggestions from authors for suitable cover illustrations are therefore always welcome.
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