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Engineering Circuit Analysis

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ISBN-10: 0072283645

ISBN-13: 9780072283648

Edition: 6th 2002

Authors: William H. Hayt

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Well known for its clear explanations, challenging problems, and abundance of drill exercises which effectively instill intuitive understanding in students, the new edition of this best-selling textbook for the sophomore circuits course offers new chapters on state variable analysis, improved coverage of operational amplifiers, new problems using SPICE, and new worked-examples and end-of-chapter problems.
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Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 3.916
Language: English

The Resistive Circuit
Units, Definitions, Experimental Laws, and Simple Circuits
Systems of Unitsp. 6
Charge, Current, Voltage, and Powerp. 9
Types of Circuits and Circuit Elementsp. 17
Ohm's Lawp. 21
Kirchhoff's Lawsp. 24
Analysis of a Single-Loop Circuitp. 28
The Single-Node-Pair Circuitp. 32
Resistance and Source Combinationp. 35
Voltage and Current Divisionp. 39
A Practical Example: The Operational Amplifierp. 42
Some Useful Techniques of Circuit Analysis
Nodal Analysisp. 55
Mesh Analysisp. 64
Linearity and Superpositionp. 71
Source Transformationsp. 75
Thevenin's and Norton's Theoremsp. 80
Trees and General Nodal Analysisp. 88
Links and Loop Analysisp. 95
The Transient Circuit
Inductance and Capacitance
The Inductorp. 115
Integral Relationships for the Inductorp. 119
The Capacitorp. 124
Inductance and Capacitance Combinationsp. 131
Dualityp. 135
Linearity and its Consequences Againp. 139
Source-Free RL and RC Circuits
The Simple RL Circuitp. 148
Properties of the Exponential Responsep. 151
A More General RL Circuitp. 154
The Simple RC Circuitp. 157
A More General RC Circuitp. 160
The Application of the Unit-Step Forcing Function
The Unit-Step Forcing Functionp. 169
A First Look at the Driven RL Circuitp. 173
The Natural and the Forced Responsep. 176
RL Circuitsp. 178
RC Circuitsp. 183
The RLC Circuit
The Source-Free Parallel Circuitp. 196
The Overdamped Parallel RLC Circuitp. 200
Critical Dampingp. 205
The Underdamped Parallel RLC Circuitp. 208
The Source-Free Series RLC Circuitp. 211
The Complete Response of the RLC Circuitp. 215
The Lossless LC Circuitp. 221
Sinusoidal Analysis
The Sinusoidal Forcing Function
Characteristics of Sinusoidsp. 235
Forced Response to Sinusoidal Forcing Functionsp. 237
The Phasor Concept
The Complex Forcing Functionp. 246
The Phasorp. 250
Phasor Relationships for R, L, and Cp. 254
Impedancep. 258
Admittancep. 261
The Sinusoidal Steady-State Response
Nodal, Mesh, and Loop Analysisp. 269
Superposition, Source Transformations, and Thevenin's Theoremp. 272
Phasor Diagramsp. 274
Response as a Function of [omega]p. 278
Average Power and RMS Values
Instantaneous Powerp. 290
Average Powerp. 292
Effective Values of Current and Voltagep. 300
Apparent Power and Power Factorp. 303
Complex Powerp. 307
Polyphase Circuits
Single-Phase Three-Wire Systemsp. 320
Three-Phase Y-Y Connectionp. 324
The Delta Connectionp. 329
Complex Frequency
Complex Frequency
Complex Frequencyp. 340
The Damped Sinusoidal Forcing Functionp. 343
Z(s) and Y(s)p. 346
Frequency Response as a Function of [sigma]p. 349
The Complex-Frequency Planep. 354
Natural Response and the s Planep. 363
A Technique for Synthesizing the Voltage Ratio H(s) = V[subscript out]/V[subscript in]p. 369
Frequency Response
Parallel Resonancep. 380
More about Parallel Resonancep. 387
Series Resonancep. 393
Other Resonant Formsp. 395
Scalingp. 402
Bode Diagramsp. 406
Two-Port Networks
Magnetically Coupled Circuits
Mutual Inductancep. 428
Energy Considerationsp. 435
The Linear Transformerp. 437
The Ideal Transformerp. 443
General Two-Port Networks
One-Port Networksp. 460
Admittance Parametersp. 463
Some Equivalent Networksp. 470
Impedance Parametersp. 478
Hybrid Parametersp. 483
Transmission Parametersp. 486
Signal Analysis
State-Variable Analysis
State Variables and Normal-Form Equationsp. 504
Writing a Set of Normal-Form Equationsp. 507
The Use of Matrix Notationp. 514
Solution of the First-Order Equationp. 516
The Solution of the Matrix Equationp. 520
A Further Look at the State-Transition Matrixp. 522
Fourier Analysis
Trigonometric Form of the Fourier Seriesp. 535
The Use of Symmetryp. 541
Complete Response to Periodic Forcing Functionsp. 546
Complex Form of the Fourier Seriesp. 549
Fourier Transforms
Definition of the Fourier Transformp. 561
Some Properties of the Fourier Transformp. 565
The Unit-Impulse Functionp. 568
Fourier Transform Pairs for Some Simple Time Functionsp. 572
The Fourier Transform of a General Periodic Time Functionp. 577
Convolution and Circuit Response in the Time Domainp. 578
The System Function and Response in the Frequency Domainp. 584
The Physical Significance of the System Functionp. 588
Laplace Transform Techniques
Definition of the Laplace Transformp. 600
Laplace Transforms of Some Simple Time Functionsp. 603
Several Basic Theorems for the Laplace Transformp. 605
Convolution Againp. 611
Time-Shift and Periodic Functionsp. 614
Shifting, Differentiation, Integration, and Scaling in the Frequency Domainp. 619
The Initial-Value and Final-Value Theoremsp. 622
The Transfer Function H(s)p. 623
The Complete Responsep. 626
Appendix 1 Determinants
Appendix 2 Matrices
Appendix 3 A Proof of Thevenin's Theorem
Appendix 4 Complex Numbers
A4-1 The Complex Formp. 653
A4-2 Euler's Identityp. 656
A4-3 The Exponential Formp. 658
A4-4 The Polar Formp. 661
Appendix 5 A SPICE Tutorial
A5-2 The dc Analysis: Circuit Elementsp. 665
A5-3 The dc Analysis: Control and Operating Statementsp. 670
A5-4 The Transient Analysis: Two More Circuit Elementsp. 672
A5-5 The Transient Analysis: Time-Varying Sourcesp. 672
A5-6 The Transient Analysis: Operation and Command Statementsp. 673
A5-7 The ac Analysis: Circuit Elementsp. 676
A5-8 The ac Analysis: Operation and Command Statements, Single-Frequency Operationp. 676
A5-9 The ac Analysis: Analysis Over a Frequency Rangep. 677
Appendix 6 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems
Indexp. 699
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