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Circuit Analysis An Integrated Approach

ISBN-10: 0137275870
ISBN-13: 9780137275878
Edition: 2000
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Description: For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Circuit Analysis. Using a unique, successfully class-tested methodteaching Direct Current as a special case of Alternating Current this innovative text provides a fresh alternative to the traditional  More...

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List price: $227.40
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 9/14/1999
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 362
Size: 8.25" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

For freshman/sophomore-level courses in Circuit Analysis. Using a unique, successfully class-tested methodteaching Direct Current as a special case of Alternating Current this innovative text provides a fresh alternative to the traditional treatment of circuit analysis as two separate segments (one devoted exclusively to DC circuits, the other to AC circuits). By integrating the analysis of DC & AC circuits into a coherent whole, it helps students develop a clearer understanding of the behavior of all components in a circuit, and allows instructors to fit more course into less time.

Physical Electronics
Introduction
Scientific Notation and Powers of 10
Rules for Exponents
Measurement of Physical Properties
The Atomic Nature of Matter
Properties of Elements
The Periodic Table
Static Electricity
The Bohr Model of the Atom
Modern Atomic Theory
Conductors
Insulators
Semiconductors
Introduction to Basic Electrical Concepts
Electrical Charge
Interactions between Charged Particles: Coulomb's Law
Electrical Current
Voltage
Summary
Problems
Voltage And Current Sources: The Sinusoidal Waveform
Introduction
The Independent Voltage Source
Periodic Waveforms
Periodic Waveform Definitions
The DC Waveform
The Independent Current Source
Voltage Source Currents
Commercial Voltage Sources
Commercial AC Voltage Sources
Commercial DC Voltage Sources
The Sinusoidal Waveform
The Basic Sine Wave Equation
The RMS Value of the Sine Wave
Phase Relationship between Waveforms
Summary
Problems
Mathematical Background
Introduction
Angles
Degree Measurement of Angles
Radian Measurement of Angles
Coordinate Systems
Polar Coordinates
Rectangular Coordinates
Conversion Between Polar and Rectangular Coordinates
Functions of Angles: Trigonometry
Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Coordinate Transformations
Complex Numbers
Mathematics of Complex Numbers (Addition and Subtraction)
Complex Numbers: Multiplication
Complex Numbers: Complex Conjugates
Complex Numbers: Division Using Complex Conjugates
Graphical Representations of Complex Numbers
Rectangular Coordinate Representation of Complex Numbers
Polar Coordinates (Phasors)
The Euler Formula
Time Varying Complex Numbers: Phasors
Phasors as Sources
Summary
Problems
Steady State Behavior of Circuit Elements
Introduction
Phasors
Sine and Cosine Waves as Phasors
Mathematical Computations Using Phasors
Ohm's Law and Impedance
Passive Circuit Elements
The Resistor
The Inductor
The Capacitor
Circuit Elements under DC Conditions
The Resistor under DC Conditions
The Inductor under DC Conditions
The Capacitor under DC Conditions
Admittance
Admittance of Passive Elements
Impedance and Admittance of Element Combinations
Conductance and Susceptance
Calculation of Conductance and Susceptance
Plotting Z and Y
Summary
Problems
Steady State Analysis of Series and Parallel Circuits
Introduction
The Series Circuit
Definition
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Equivalent Series Impedance
Voltage Division Law
Impedance and Phasor Diagrams of Series Circuits
Equivalence of Like Passive Series Elements
Resistors in Series
Inductors in Series
Capacitors in Series
The Parallel Circuit
Definition
Kirchhoff's Current Law
Equivalent Parallel Impedance
Admittances in Parallel
Current Division Law
Admittance and Phasor Diagrams of Parallel Circuits
Equivalence of Like Passive Parallel Elements
Resistors in Parallel
Inductors in Parallel
Capacitors in Parallel
Summary
Problems
Steady State Analysis of Series-Parallel Circuits
Introduction
Definition
Equivalent Impedance
Finding Equivalent Impedances
Series-Parallel Circuit Problems
Circuit Reference Points
Series to Parallel Circuit Conversion
Impedance Conversion
Source Conversion
Summary
Problems
Formal Steady State Circuit Analysis Techniques and Theorems
Introduction
Determinants
2 [times] 2 Determinants
3 [times] 3 Determinants
Mesh Analysis
Definition
Two-Mesh Circuits
Three-Mesh Circuits
Nodal Analysis
Definition
Two-Node Circuit
Three-Node Circuit
Mesh Analysis versus Nodal Analysis
Analysis with Ideal Sources
Superposition Theorem
Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems
Thevenin's Theorem
Norton's Theorem
Dependent Sources
Dependent Sources in Thevenin Equivalent Circuit Problems
Dependent Sources in Norton Equivalent Circuit Problems
Dependent Sources in Mesh and Nodal Analysis
Summary
Problems
Frequency Response of Common Circuits
Introduction
Properties of Exponents
Logarithms
Use of Logarithms in Power Measurement: Decibels
Equivalent Calculations of Decibels
Decibel Scales
Transfer Function Properties
Transfer Functions versus Frequency: Logarithms
Logarithms as a Graphic Aid
Plotting a Curve: The Asymptotic Approach
Filters
Low-Pass Filters
High-Pass Filters
Bandpass Filters
Band Rejection Filters
Summary
Problems
R-L-C Circuits
Introduction
The Series R-L-C Circuit
Selectivity of Series R-L-C Circuits
Parallel R-L-C Circuits
Summary
Problems
Magnetic Induction and Transformers
Introduction
Review of Magnetic Induction
Ideal Two-Winding Transformer
The Step-Up and Step-Down Transformers
The Isolation Transformer
The Impedance Matching Transformer
Multiwinding Transformers
Non-Ideal Transformers
Iron Core Transformers
Air Core Transformers
Determining Parameters of Iron Core Transformer
Short Circuit Test
Open Circuit Test
Summary
Problems
Power and Energy
Introduction
Instantaneous Power
Power in Passive Circuit Elements
Power in the Resistor
Power in the Inductor
Power in the Capacitor
Power Factor, Apparent Power and the Power Triangle
Power Factor
Apparent Power and the Power Triangle
Circuit Power Calculations
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Power Factor Correction
Power in DC Circuits
Summary
Problems
Transient Analysis of Circuits
Introduction
OHM's Law Revisited
OHM's Law for Sinusoidal Sources in the Steady State Mode
Physical Laws for Capacitors and Inductors
Kirchhoff's Laws Revisited
Transient Properties of Electrical Services
Laplace Transforms: An Introduction
Representing Passive Elements in the Laplace Domain
Time Dependent Sources in the Laplace Domain
Properties of the Solution Equations
Partial Fraction Expansion
Laplace Transforms: Finding the Circuit's Behavior in Time
The Series R-C Circuit
The Parallel R-C Circuit
A Series R-L Circuit Solution
A Parallel R-L Circuit Solution
Solutions for A Series R-L-C Circuit
Other Solutions
Summary
Problems
Component Properties
Introduction
Linear and Passive Elements
Properties of Matter: Temperature
The Celsius Temperature Scale
Thermal Equilibrium
Temperature Measurements--Absolute Zero
Properties of Matter: Conductivity
Conductivity
Resistance
Resistance and Wire Size
Resistance and Power
Resistance and Temperature
Resistors
Standard Resistance Values
Other Types of Resistors
Magnetic Fields and Inductance
Capacitance and Capacitors
Real Components
Summary
Problems
Instrumentation and Lab Simulation
Introduction
Types of Measurements
DC Current Measurements
DC Voltage Measurements
AC Measurements: Voltmeters and Ammeters
Resistance Measurement Concepts
Measuring Resistance: Ohmmeters
Analog Ohmmeters
Linear Ohmmeters
Measurement Concepts
Viewing Signals That Vary with Time: The Oscilloscope
The [times] Axis (Time Base)
The Triggering Signal: Synchronization
Setting the Input Controls: The Oscilloscope in Operation
Setting the Time Base Controls
Circuit Analysis Software
Analysis Using EWB Version 4.1
EWB Version 4.1 Techniques
A DC Series Circuit
An AC Series Circuit
A Series-Parallel AC Circuit
A Superposition Problem
Other EWB Capabilities
Summary
The Law of Magnetic Induction
Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems
Index

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