Electricity and Electronics A Survey

ISBN-10: 0130195642
ISBN-13: 9780130195647
Edition: 5th 2002
List price: $125.80
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List price: $125.80
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 3/26/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 686
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.630
Language: English

Electricity
Basics of Electricity
Objectives
History of Electricity and Electronics
Electrical Systems
Energy, Work, and Power
Structure of Matter
Electrical Charges
Static Electricity
Electrical Current
Electrical Force (Voltage)
Resistance
Voltage, Current, and Resistance
Volts, Ohms, and Amperes
Electrical Safety
Careers in Electronics
Electrical Components and Measurements
Objectives
Components, Symbols, and Diagrams
Resistors
Electrical Units
Scientific Notation
Schematic Diagrams
Block Diagrams
Wiring Diagrams
Measuring Resistance
Measuring Voltage
Measuring Current
Digital Meters
Electrical Circuits
Objectives
Use of Calculators and Computers
Ohm's Law
Troubleshooting
Series Electrical Circuits
Parallel Electrical Circuits
Combination Electrical Circuits
Kirchhoff's Laws
More Examples of Series Circuits
More Examples of Parallel Circuits
More Examples of Combination Circuits
Power in Dc Electrical Circuits
Maximum Power Transfer in Circuits
Voltage-Divider Circuits
Voltage-Divider Design
Voltage-Division Equation
Negative Voltage Derived from a Voltage-Divider Circuit
Voltage Division with a Potentiometer
Problem-Solving Methods
Kirchhoff's Voltage Method
Superposition Method
Equivalent Circuits
Thevinin Equivalent Circuit Method
Norton Equivalent Circuit Method
Bridge-Circuit Simplification
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
Objectives
Permanent Magnets
Magnetic Field around Conductors
Magnetic Field around a Coil
Electromagnets
Ohm's Law for Magnetic Circuits
Domain Theory of Magnetism
Electricity Produced by Magnetism
Magnetic Devices
Magnetic Terms
Hall Effect
Magnetic Levitation
Rare Earth Magnets
Sources of Electrical Energy
Objectives
Chemical Sources
Battery Connections
Light Sources
Heat Sources
Pressure Sources
Electromagnetic Induction
Generating a Voltage
Electrical Generator Basics
Single-Phase AC Generators
Three-Phase AC Generators
Direct-Current Generators
Alternating-Current Electricity
Objectives
Alternating-Current Voltage
Single-Phase and Three-Phase AC
Measuring Ac Voltage
Using an Oscilloscope
Ohm's and Kirchhoff's Laws for AC Circuits
Inductance
Capacitance
Inductive Effects in Circuits
Capacitive Effects in Circuits
Leading and Lagging Currents in AC Circuits
Capacitor Charging and Discharging
Types of Capacitors
Capacitor Testing
Alternating-Current Circuits
Vector Diagrams
Mathematics for AC Circuits
Series AC Circuits
Parallel Ac Circuits
Power in Ac Circuits
Filters and Resonant Circuits
Transformers
Electrical Energy Conversion
Objectives
Lighting Systems
Heating Systems
Mechanical Loads (Motors)
Direct-Current Motors
Three-Phase AC Motors
Single-Phase AC Motors
Synchro Systems and Servo Systems
Motor Performance
Motor Control Basics
Electrical Instruments
Objectives
Analog Instruments
Measuring Direct Current
Measuring Dc Voltage
Measuring Resistance
Measuring Electrical Power
Measuring Electrical Energy
Measuring Three-Phase Electrical Power
Measuring Power Factor
Measuring Power Demand
Measuring Frequency
Ground-Fault Indicators
Measuring High Resistance
Clamp-On Meters
Wheatstone Bridge
Cathode-Ray Tube Instruments
Numerical Readout Instruments
Chart Recording Instruments
Electronics
Electronic Basics
Objectives
Semiconductor Theory
Semiconductor Materials
Electron Emission
Electronic Diodes
Objectives
Junction Diode
Junction Biasing
Diode Characteristics
Diode Specifications
Diode Packaging
Diode Testing
Semiconductor Diode Devices
Vacuum Tubes
Electronic Power Supplies
Objectives
Power Supply Functions
Transformer
Rectification
Filtering
Voltage Regulation
Transistors
Objectives
Bipolar Transistors
Transistor Biasing
Transistor Characteristics
Transistor Packaging
Bipolar Transistor Testing
Unipolar Transistors
Junction Field-Effect Transistors
MOS Field-Effect Transistors
Unijunction Transistors
Unipolar Transistor Testing
Amplification
Objectives
Amplification Principles
Bipolar Transistor Amplifiers
Basic Amplifiers
Classes of Amplification
Transistor Circuit Configurations
Field-Effect Transistor Amplifiers
Integrated-Circuit Amplifiers
Amplifying Systems
Objectives
Amplifying System Functions
Amplifier Gain
Decibels
Amplifier Coupling
Power Amplifiers
Integrated-Circuit Amplifying Systems
Speakers
Input Transducers
Oscillators
Objectives
Oscillator Types
Feedback Oscillators
Time Constant Circuits
Relaxation Oscillators
Communications Systems
Objectives
Systems
Electromagnetic Waves
Continuous-Wave Communication
Amplitude Modulation Communication
Frequency Modulation Communication
Television Communication
Fiber Optics
Digital Electronic Systems
Objectives
Digital Systems
System Operational States
Binary Logic Functions
Gate Circuits
Timing and Storage Elements
Flip-Flops
Decade Counters
Digital System Displays
Decoding
Digital Counting Systems
Computers
Electronic Power Control
Objectives
Electrical Power Control System
Silicon-Controlled Rectifiers
Traic Power Control
Diac Power Control
Electronic Control Considerations
Comprehensive Glossary of Terms
Soldering
Electrical Tools
Symbols for Electricity and Electronics
Common Logarithms and Natural Logarithms
Calculator Examples
Units of Measurement
Printed Circuit Board (PCB) Construction
Acronyms and Abbreviations
Answers to Selected Problems
Index

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