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With the recent increase in technological needs-and the interest in
the power conditioning arena, one of the problems facing workers in the
field is the lack of texts or notes describing recent progress, particu-
larly in the area of repetitive power conditioning. For this reason and
because of expanding internal requirements, the University of New Mexico
(UNM) ana the Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory (LASL) have created a set
of lecture notes based upon the graduate course taught recently at UNM.
The objective of these notes is to create a record of many of the ad-
vances in the field since the last text in the field was published just
after World War II. In this context, the lectures presented are ori-
ented toward an introduction of the reader to each of the areas de-
scribed and present sufficient background information to explain many of
these advances. They are not intended to serve as design engineering
notes, and thus the reader is referred to the references at the end of
each lecture for detailed technical information in specific areas.
The preparation of these writings is a result of a considerable
teamwork effort on the part of LASL and Sandia staff. In particular,
Cathy Correll, in conjunction with Jo Ann Barnes and the rest of her
efficient word processing staff, carried the major responsibility for
preparation of the lectures while the lecturers did the proofreading and
revisions. As course coordinator, it is a pleasure to acknowledge the
strong support of Ray Gore, our E-Division Leader, and.Shyam Gurbaxani
who is the UNM Graduate Center Director, Los Alamos Campus.
W. J. Sarjeant
Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory
Los Alavos, New Mexico
October 3, 1980
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