Experiments in DC/AC Circuits with Concepts

ISBN-10: 0766840352
ISBN-13: 9780766840355
Edition: 2002
Authors: Timothy Baker
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Description: Designed for use as a companion to any core DC/AC electronics book, this lab manual contains 35 experiments that build upon each other to guide users from basic concepts to more complex circuit analyses. Beyond simple data collection, each lab  More...

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Book details

List price: $111.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 10/15/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 144
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.50" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

Designed for use as a companion to any core DC/AC electronics book, this lab manual contains 35 experiments that build upon each other to guide users from basic concepts to more complex circuit analyses. Beyond simple data collection, each lab promotes critical thinking skills by requiring users to make their own predictions about the behavior of a circuit, test them, and draw conclusions by comparing their hypotheses to actual lab results. A series of questions at the end of each experiment leads users through the process of drawing logical conclusions about circuit behavior that are grounded firmly in their understanding of basic electronics principles. In addition, each experiment provides continuous reinforcement of DC/AC electronics concepts. Necessary components for all experiments are readily available in most electronics labs, and component values may be substituted if needed without altering the concept of the experiment.

Timothy Baker is a retired firefighter, and since has been active in the horror writing community developing a career in fiction. He has had short stories previously published in Fading Light: An Anthology of the Monstrous (Angelic Knight Press), the zombie erotica anthology Fifty Shades of Decay (AKP), and in the anthology Manifesto:UF (AKP). His first novel, Path of the Dead (2014 Ragnarok Publications) was recently released.

Preface
Required Tools and Equipment
Introduction: Safety, Equipment, and Materials
Scientific Notation and Symbols
Open and Closed Circuits
Current
Voltage
Resistance
Power
Resistance in Series
Current in Series
Voltage in Series
Power in Series
Voltage Sources in Series
Voltages Measured to a Ground Reference
Internal Resistance of a Voltage Source
Resistance in Parallel
Voltage in Parallel
Current in Parallel
Power in Parallel
Resistance in a Series-Parallel Circuit
Current in a Series-Parallel Circuit
Voltage in a Series-Parallel Circuit
Wheatstone Bridge
Loaded Voltage Divider
Thevenin's and Norton's Equivalent Circuits
Mesh Current and Superposition
Measure DC Voltage with an Oscilloscope
Testing Capacitors with an Ohmmeter
Direct Current in Capacitive and Inductive Circuits
Measure AC Voltage Using an Oscilloscope
Transformers
Series and Parallel AC Circuits
Series and Parallel RL Circuits
Series and Parallel RC Circuits
RLC Circuits and Resonance
Low-pass and High-pass Filters
Band-pass and Band-stop Filters

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