Linear Circuit Analysis Time Domain, Phasor, and Laplace Transform Approaches

ISBN-10: 0195136667
ISBN-13: 9780195136661
Edition: 2nd 2001 (Revised)
List price: $140.00
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Description: This text is designed for the standard introductory electric circuits course taught in virtually all electrical engineering departments. This text covers all of the standard topics in a traditional order. The unique strengths of the projects are  More...

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List price: $140.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/22/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1024
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.00" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 4.488
Language: English

This text is designed for the standard introductory electric circuits course taught in virtually all electrical engineering departments. This text covers all of the standard topics in a traditional order. The unique strengths of the projects are that: * Unique pedagogical features including case studies and real-world problems are the strongest aspects of this book. * Extensive use of modern computer packages (PSpice, MATLAB, etc.) for problem solutions. * More than 1000 end of chapter exercises are included. * The package for the book will include a SPICE Manual, a MATLAB guide, Solutions Manual with Transparency Masters, Laboratory Manual, and Acetates. DeCarlo and Lin have tuaght the circuits course at Purdue since 1986. The book grew from this course. The first edition was published in two volumes by Prentice Hall in 1995. According to DeCarlo, first year sales were 5,500 copies for the first volume. Sales to date have been a little over 11,000 copies. DeCarlo and Lin have exercised a clause in their contract that allows them to break free from their publisher in the event that the publisher is sold. Prentice Hall has of course been acquired by Pearson. Adel Sedra is acquainted with Pen-Min Lin and had encouraged these authors to sign with Saunders when he was their Series advisor.

Introduction and Basic Concepts
Role and Importance of Circuits in Engineering
Fields, Charge, and CurrentFieldsChargeCurrent
Voltage
Energy Conversion in an Electric Circuit
Relationships among Voltage, Current, Power, and Energy
Power and Energy for Direct Voltages and Currents: Non-DC Power and Energy Calculations
Ideal Voltage and Current Sources
Resistance, Ohm''s Law, and Power (a Reprise)
Additional Concepts
Characteristics, Memoryless, Model, and LumpedV-I Characteristic of Constant Voltage and Current Sources
Notion of a Memoryless Device
Notion of Model
Frequency, Wavelength, and the Notion of a Lumped Circuit Element
Summary
Terms and Concepts
Problems
Kirchhoff''s Current and Voltage Laws and Series-Parallel Resistive Circuits
Introduction
Terminology: Parallel, Series, Node, Branch, and so on
Kirchhoff''s Current Law
Kirchhoff''s Voltage Law
Equivalent Resistance, Series Resistances, and Voltage Division
Parallel Resistances and Current Division
Series-Parallel Interconnections
Dependent Sources Revisited
Model for a Nonideal Battery and Battery Capacity
Nonideal Sources
Summary!3
Problems
Nodal and Loop Analysis1
Introduction, Review, and Terminology
Concepts of Nodal and Loop Analysis
Nodal Analysis
Grounded Voltage Sources
Nodal Analysis
Floating Voltage Sources
Loop Analysis
Modified Nodal Analysis
Some Theoretical Foundations
Planar and Nonplanar Circuit Graphs
Meshes and Loops for Nonplanar Circuits
Number of Independent KCL and KVL Equations
The Operational Amplifier
Introduction
The Ideal Operational Amplifier
Design of General Summing Amplifiers
Design Choices for the General Summing Circuit
Derivation of Op Amp Input-Output Characteristic
Saturation and the Active Region of the Op Amp
Op Amp Circuit for Digital-to-Analog Conversion
Elements of A/D and D/A Conversion
Binary-Weighted Summing Circuit
Summary
Terms and Concepts
Problems
Linearity, Superposition, and Source Transformations
Introduction
Linearity
Superposition and Proportionality
Source Transformations
Modified Superposition Analysis
Summary
Terms and Concepts
Problems
Thevenin, Norton, and Maximum Power Transfer Theorems
Introduction2. Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits for Passive Networks
Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits for Active Networks
Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits for Op Amp Circuits
Thevenin and Norton Equivalent Circuits from Measured Data
Theoretical Considerations: Pathological Cases and a Proof
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
Summary
Terms and Concepts
Problems
Inductors, Capacitors, and Duality
Introduction
The InductorSome Physics: Definition and Basic Examples
The Capacitor
Definitions and Properties
Relationship of Charge to Capacitor Voltage and Current
Principle of Conservation of Charge
Energy Storage in a Capacitor
Capacitance and Dielectrics
Series and Parallel Inductors and Capacitors
Inductors in Series
Inductors in Parallel
Series-Parallel Inductor Combinations
Capacitors in Series
Capacitors in Parallel
Series-Parallel Capacitor Combinations
Smoothing Property of a Capacitor in a Power Supply
The Duality Principle
Basic Relationship of Dual Circuits
Constructing the Dual N* of a Planar Circuit N
Summary
Terms and Concepts
Problems
First-Order RL and RC Circuits
Introduction
Some Mathematical Preliminaries
Source-Free or Zero-Input Response
DC or Step Response of First-Order Circuits
Superposition and Linearity
Response Classifications
Further Points of Analysis and Theory
First-Order RC Op Amp Circuits
Summary
Terms and Concepts
Problems
Second-Order Linear Circuits
Introduction
Discharging a Capacitor through an Inductor
Source-Free Second-Order Linear Networks
Development of Differential Equation Models for Series and Parallel RLC Circuits
Solution of the Gene

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