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Transform Circuit Analysis for Engineering and Technology

ISBN-10: 0130200352

ISBN-13: 9780130200358

Edition: 4th 2000

Authors: William D. Stanley

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For junior/senior-level courses in Advanced Circuit Analysis, Network Analysis, Transient Circuit Analysis, and Transform Analysis in an applied engineering curriculum or in an upper-division engineering technology curriculum. Written specifically to meet the needs of students in engineering technology or applied engineering programs, this text presents the fundamentals of transient circuit and system analysis with an emphasis on the Laplace transform and pole-zero approach for analyzing and interpreting problems.
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Book details

List price: $125.00
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 6/24/1999
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 498
Size: 8.00" wide x 9.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.2
Language: English

Introductory Considerations
Circuit Elements
Excitation and Response
Analysis and Synthesis
Dependent Sources
Outline of Circuit Analysis
Waveform Analysis
Notation and Units
Step Function
Elementary Switching Function
Ramp Function
General t[superscript n] Functions
Exponential Function
Sinusoidal Function
Relative Phase of Sinusoidal Functions
Addition of Sinusoids of the Same Frequency
Damped Sinusoidal Function
Shifted Functions
General Waveforms
Impulse Function
Relationship Between Step and Impulse Functions
Differentiation and Integration of Waveforms
Periodic Functions--Average and Effective Values
Circuit Parameters
The Resistive Circuit
Equivalent Circuits of Charged Capacitor
Equivalent Circuits of Fluxed Inductor
Mutual Inductance
Ideal Transformer
Special RLC Combinations
Electronics Workbench Examples
MATLAB Examples
The Basic Time-Domain Circuit
General Discussion
Steady-State and Transient Solutions
The Steady-State dc Circuit
The Initial Circuit
Single Time Constant Circuits
Initial Conditions and Differential Equations
Electronics Workbench Examples
MATLAB Example
Laplace Transform
General Discussion
Laplace Transform
Laplace Transform Operations
Some Definitions and Concepts
Inverse Transforms by Identification
Inverse Transforms by Partial Fraction Expansion
Complex Poles of First Order
Multiple-Order Poles
MATLAB Examples
Circuit Analysis by Laplace Transforms
Transform Equivalent of Capacitance
Transform Equivalent of Inductance
Transform Equivalent of Resistance
Transforming Complete Circuits
Solutions of Complete Circuits in the Transform Domain
Forms for Initial Conditions
Transient and Steady-State Phenomena
First-Order Circuits
Series RLC Circuit
Parallel RLC Circuit
Redundancy and Higher Order
Solution from the Differential Equation
Electronics Workbench Examples
MATLAB Example
System Considerations
Transfer Function of Linear systems
Differential Equation and Transfer Function
Step and Impulse Responses
Comparison Between Transfer and Impedance Functions
Poles and Zeros
Transfer Function "Algebra"
Driving-Point Impedance Functions
Electronics Workbench Examples
MATLAB Examples
The Sinusoidal Steady State
General Discussion
The Sinusoidal Steady State
The Steady-State Transfer Function
Frequency Response Plots
Electronics Workbench Examples
MATLAB Examples
Fourier Analysis
Fourier Series
Frequency Spectrum Plots
Fourier Series Symmetry Conditions
Common Periodic Waveforms and Their Fourier Series
Fourier Transform
Common Nonperiodic Waveforms and Their Fourier Transforms
Fourier Transform Operations and Spectral Roll-Off
Electronics Workbench Example
Introduction to Discrete-Time Systems
General Discussion
Sampled-Data Signals
Ideal Impulse Sampling
Holding Circuit
Discrete-Time Signals
Transfer Function
Inverse z-Transform
Response Forms and Stability
Discrete-Time Convolution
Complex Algebra
Transform Derivations
Table of Laplace Transforms
Introduction to Electronics Workebnch
Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems