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# Engineering Circuit Analysis

## 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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### Book details

Edition: 6th
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Binding: Hardcover
Weight: 3.916
Language: English

 Preface The Resistive Circuit Units, Definitions, Experimental Laws, and Simple Circuits Systems of Units p. 6 Charge, Current, Voltage, and Power p. 9 Types of Circuits and Circuit Elements p. 17 Ohm's Law p. 21 Kirchhoff's Laws p. 24 Analysis of a Single-Loop Circuit p. 28 The Single-Node-Pair Circuit p. 32 Resistance and Source Combination p. 35 Voltage and Current Division p. 39 A Practical Example: The Operational Amplifier p. 42 Some Useful Techniques of Circuit Analysis Nodal Analysis p. 55 Mesh Analysis p. 64 Linearity and Superposition p. 71 Source Transformations p. 75 Thevenin's and Norton's Theorems p. 80 Trees and General Nodal Analysis p. 88 Links and Loop Analysis p. 95 The Transient Circuit Inductance and Capacitance The Inductor p. 115 Integral Relationships for the Inductor p. 119 The Capacitor p. 124 Inductance and Capacitance Combinations p. 131 Duality p. 135 Linearity and its Consequences Again p. 139 Source-Free RL and RC Circuits The Simple RL Circuit p. 148 Properties of the Exponential Response p. 151 A More General RL Circuit p. 154 The Simple RC Circuit p. 157 A More General RC Circuit p. 160 The Application of the Unit-Step Forcing Function The Unit-Step Forcing Function p. 169 A First Look at the Driven RL Circuit p. 173 The Natural and the Forced Response p. 176 RL Circuits p. 178 RC Circuits p. 183 The RLC Circuit The Source-Free Parallel Circuit p. 196 The Overdamped Parallel RLC Circuit p. 200 Critical Damping p. 205 The Underdamped Parallel RLC Circuit p. 208 The Source-Free Series RLC Circuit p. 211 The Complete Response of the RLC Circuit p. 215 The Lossless LC Circuit p. 221 Sinusoidal Analysis The Sinusoidal Forcing Function Characteristics of Sinusoids p. 235 Forced Response to Sinusoidal Forcing Functions p. 237 The Phasor Concept The Complex Forcing Function p. 246 The Phasor p. 250 Phasor Relationships for R, L, and C p. 254 Impedance p. 258 Admittance p. 261 The Sinusoidal Steady-State Response Nodal, Mesh, and Loop Analysis p. 269 Superposition, Source Transformations, and Thevenin's Theorem p. 272 Phasor Diagrams p. 274 Response as a Function of [omega] p. 278 Average Power and RMS Values Instantaneous Power p. 290 Average Power p. 292 Effective Values of Current and Voltage p. 300 Apparent Power and Power Factor p. 303 Complex Power p. 307 Polyphase Circuits Single-Phase Three-Wire Systems p. 320 Three-Phase Y-Y Connection p. 324 The Delta Connection p. 329 Complex Frequency Complex Frequency Complex Frequency p. 340 The Damped Sinusoidal Forcing Function p. 343 Z(s) and Y(s) p. 346 Frequency Response as a Function of [sigma] p. 349 The Complex-Frequency Plane p. 354 Natural Response and the s Plane p. 363 A Technique for Synthesizing the Voltage Ratio H(s) = V[subscript out]/V[subscript in] p. 369 Frequency Response Parallel Resonance p. 380 More about Parallel Resonance p. 387 Series Resonance p. 393 Other Resonant Forms p. 395 Scaling p. 402 Bode Diagrams p. 406 Two-Port Networks Magnetically Coupled Circuits Mutual Inductance p. 428 Energy Considerations p. 435 The Linear Transformer p. 437 The Ideal Transformer p. 443 General Two-Port Networks One-Port Networks p. 460 Admittance Parameters p. 463 Some Equivalent Networks p. 470 Impedance Parameters p. 478 Hybrid Parameters p. 483 Transmission Parameters p. 486 Signal Analysis State-Variable Analysis State Variables and Normal-Form Equations p. 504 Writing a Set of Normal-Form Equations p. 507 The Use of Matrix Notation p. 514 Solution of the First-Order Equation p. 516 The Solution of the Matrix Equation p. 520 A Further Look at the State-Transition Matrix p. 522 Fourier Analysis Trigonometric Form of the Fourier Series p. 535 The Use of Symmetry p. 541 Complete Response to Periodic Forcing Functions p. 546 Complex Form of the Fourier Series p. 549 Fourier Transforms Definition of the Fourier Transform p. 561 Some Properties of the Fourier Transform p. 565 The Unit-Impulse Function p. 568 Fourier Transform Pairs for Some Simple Time Functions p. 572 The Fourier Transform of a General Periodic Time Function p. 577 Convolution and Circuit Response in the Time Domain p. 578 The System Function and Response in the Frequency Domain p. 584 The Physical Significance of the System Function p. 588 Laplace Transform Techniques Definition of the Laplace Transform p. 600 Laplace Transforms of Some Simple Time Functions p. 603 Several Basic Theorems for the Laplace Transform p. 605 Convolution Again p. 611 Time-Shift and Periodic Functions p. 614 Shifting, Differentiation, Integration, and Scaling in the Frequency Domain p. 619 The Initial-Value and Final-Value Theorems p. 622 The Transfer Function H(s) p. 623 The Complete Response p. 626 Appendixes Appendix 1 Determinants Appendix 2 Matrices Appendix 3 A Proof of Thevenin's Theorem Appendix 4 Complex Numbers A4-1 The Complex Form p. 653 A4-2 Euler's Identity p. 656 A4-3 The Exponential Form p. 658 A4-4 The Polar Form p. 661 Appendix 5 A SPICE Tutorial A5-2 The dc Analysis: Circuit Elements p. 665 A5-3 The dc Analysis: Control and Operating Statements p. 670 A5-4 The Transient Analysis: Two More Circuit Elements p. 672 A5-5 The Transient Analysis: Time-Varying Sources p. 672 A5-6 The Transient Analysis: Operation and Command Statements p. 673 A5-7 The ac Analysis: Circuit Elements p. 676 A5-8 The ac Analysis: Operation and Command Statements, Single-Frequency Operation p. 676 A5-9 The ac Analysis: Analysis Over a Frequency Range p. 677 Appendix 6 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems Index p. 699 Table of Contents provided by Blackwell. 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