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Electrical Engineering Concepts and Applications

ISBN-10: 0133105180

ISBN-13: 9780133105186

Edition: 2013

Authors: S. A. Reza Zekavat

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A structured, data-driven approach to understanding core operations management concepts.Anupindi shows how managers can design and manage process structure and process drivers to improve the performance of any business process.The third edition retains the general process view paradigm while providing a sharper, more streamlined presentation of the development of ideas in each chapter–all of which are illustrated with contemporary examples from practice.
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Book details

List price: $251.00
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 7/26/2012
Binding: Mixed Media
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.124
Language: English

Preface
Acknowledgements
Why Electrical Engineering?
Introduction
Electrical Engineering and a Successful Career
What Do You Need to Know about EE?
Real Career Success Stories
Typical Situations Encountered on the Job
On-the-Job Situation 1: Active Structural Control
On-the-Job Situation 2: Chemical Process Control
On-the-Job Situation 3: Performance of an Off-Road Vehicle Prototype
Further Reading
Fundamentals of Electric Circuits
Introduction
Charge and Current
Voltage
Respective Direction of Voltage and Current
Kirchhoff's Current Law
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
Ohm's Law and Resistors
Resistivity of a Resistor
Nonlinear Resistors
Time-Varying Resistors
Power and Energy
Resistor-Consumed Power
Independent and Dependent Sources
Analysis of Circuits Using PSpice
Bias Point Analysis
Time Domain (Transient) Analysis
Copy the Simulation Plot to the Clipboard to Submit Electronically
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Resistive Circuits
Introduction
Resistors in Parallel and Series and Equivalent Resistance
Voltage and Current Division/Divider Rules
Voltage Division
Current Division
Nodal and Mesh Analysis
Nodal Analysis
Mesh Analysis
Special Conditions: Super Node
Th�venin/Norton Equivalent Circuits
Source Transformation
Superposition Principle
Maximum Power Transfer
Analysis of Circuits Using PSpice
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Capacitance and Inductance
Introduction
Capacitors
the Relationship Between Charge, Voltage, and Current
Power
Energy
Capacitors in Series and Parallel
Series Capacitors
Parallel Capacitance
Inductors
the Relationship Between Voltage and Current
Power and Stored Energy
Inductors in Series and Parallel
Inductors in Series
Inductors in Parallel
Applications of Capacitors and Inductors
Fuel Sensors
Vibration Sensors
Analysis of Capacitive and Inductive Circuits Using PSpice
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Transient Analysis
Introduction
First-Order Circuits
RC Circuits
RL Circuits
DC Steady State
DC Steady State for Capacitive-Inductive Circuits
Second-Order Circuits
Series RLC Circuits with a DC Voltage Source
Parallel RLC Circuits with a DC Voltage Source
Transient Analysis with Sinusoid Forcing Functions
Using PSpice to Investigate the Transient Behavior of RL and RC Circuits
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Steady-State AC Analysis
Introduction: Sinusoidal Voltages and Currents
Root-Mean-Square (rms) Values (Effective Values)
Instantaneous and Average Power
Phasors
Phasors in Additive or (Subtractive) Sinusoids
Complex Impedances
the Impedance of a Resistor
the Impedance of an Inductor
the Impedance of a Capacitor
Series Connection of Impedances
Parallel Connection of Impedances
Steady-State Circuit Analysis Using Phasors
Th�venin and Norton Equivalent Circuits with Phasors
Th�venin Equivalent Circuits with Phasors
Norton Equivalent Circuits with Phasors
AC Steady-State Power
Average Power
Power Factor
Reactive Power
Complex Power
Apparent Power
Maximum Average Power Transfer
Power Factor Correction
Steady-State Circuit Analysis Using PSpice
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Frequency Analysis
Introduction
First-Order Filters
Transfer Functions
Low-Pass Filters
Magnitude and Phase Plots
Decibels
Bode Plot
High-Pass Filters
Cascaded Networks
Second-Order Filters
Band-Pass Filters
Band-Stop Filters
MATLAB Applications
Frequency Response Analysis Using PSpice
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Electronic Circuits
Introduction
P-Type and N-Type Semiconductors
Diodes
Diode Applications
Different Types of Diodes
AC-to-DC Converter
Transistors
Bipolar Junction Transistor
Transistor as an Amplifier
Transistors as Switches
Field-Effect Transistors
Design of NOT Gates Using NMOS Only for High-Density Integration
Design of a Logic Gate Using CMOS
Operational Amplifiers
Using PSpice to Study Diodes and Transistors
What Did You Learn?
Further Reading
Problems
Power Systems and Transmission Lines
Introduction
Three-Phase Systems
Introduction
Phase Sequence
Y-Connected Generators
Y-Connected Loads
�-Connected Loads
�-Star and Star-� Transformations
Power in Three-Phase Systems
Comparison of Star and � Load Connections
Advantages of Three-Phase Systems
Transmission Lines
Introduction
Resistance (R)
Different Types of Conductors
Inductance (L)
Capacitance
Transmission Line Equivalent Circuits
Using PSpice to Study Three-Phase Systems
What Did You Learn?
Further Reading
Problems
Fundamentals of Logic Circuits
Introduction
Number Systems
Binary Numbers
Hexadecimal Numbers
Octal Numbers
Boolean Algebra
Boolean Inversion
Boolean and Operation
Boolean OR Operation
Boolean NAND Operation
Boolean NOR Operation
Boolean XOR Operation
Summary of Boolean Operations
Rules Used in Boolean Algebra
De Morgan's Theorems
Commutativity Rule
Associativity Rule
Distributivity Rule
Basic Logic Gates
the NOT Gate
the and Gate
the OR Gate
the NAND Gate
the NOR Gate
the XOR Gate
the XNOR Gate
Sequential Logic Circuits
Flip-Flops
Counter
Using PSpice to Analyze Digital Logic Circuits
What Did You Learn?
Reference
Problems
Computer-Based Instrumentation Systems
Introduction
Sensors
Pressure Sensors
Temperature Sensors
Accelerometers
Strain-Gauges/Load Cells
Acoustic Sensors
Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDT)
Signal Conditioning
Amplifiers
Active Filters
Data Acquisition
Analog Multiplexer
Analog-to-Digital Conversion
Grounding Issues
Ground Loops
Using PSpice to Demonstrate a Computer-Based Instrument
What Did You Learn?
Further Reading
Problems
Principles of Electromechanics
Introduction
Magnetic Fields
Magnetic Flux and Flux Intensity
Magnetic Field Intensity
the Right-Hand Rule
Forces on Charges by Magnetic Fields
Forces on Current-Carrying Wires
Flux Linkages
Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law
Magnetic Circuits
Magnetomotive Force
Reluctance
Mutual Inductance and Transformers
Mutual Inductance
Transformers
Different Types of Transformers
Using PSpice to Simulate Mutual Inductance and Transformers
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Electric Machines
Introduction
Features of Electric Machines
Classification of Motors
DC Motors
Principle of Operation
Assembly of a Typical DC Motor
Operation of a DC Motor
Losses in DC Machines
Different Types of DC Motors
Analysis of a DC Motor
Shunt-Connected DC Motor
Separately Excited DC Motors
Permanent Magnet (PM) DC Motor
Series-Connected DC Motor
Summary of DC Motors
Speed Control Methods
Speed Control by Varying the Field Current
Speed Control by Varying the Armature Current
DC Generators
the Architecture and Principle of Operation of a DC Generator
emf Equation
Different Types of DC Generators
Load Regulation Characteristics of DC Generators
Separately Excited DC Generator
Shunt-Connected DC Generator
AC Motors
Three-Phase Synchronous Motors
Three-Phase Induction Motor
Losses in AC Machines
Power Flow Diagram for an AC Motor
AC Generators
Construction and Working
Winding Terminologies for the Alternator
the emf Equation of an Alternator
Special Types of Motors
Single-Phase Induction Motors
Stepper Motors
Brushless DC Motors
Universal Motors
How is the Most Suitable Motor Selected?
Setup of a Simple DC Motor Circuit Using PSpice
What Did You Learn?
Further Reading
Problems
Electrical Measurement Instruments
Introduction
Measurement Errors
Basic Measurement Instruments
An Ammeter Built Using a Galvanometer
A Voltmeter Built Using a Galvanometer
An Ohmmeter Built Using a Galvanometer
Multi-Meters
Time Domain and Frequency Domain
the Time Domain
the Frequency Domain
Time Domain Versus Frequency Domain
the Oscilloscope
the Spectrum Analyzer
Adjusting the Spectrum Analyzer's Display Window
the Function Generator
What Did You Learn?
Problems
Electrical Safety
Introduction
Electric Shock
Shock Effects
Shock Prevention
Electromagnetic Hazards
High-Frequency Hazards
Low-Frequency Hazards
Avoiding Radio Frequency Hazards
Arcs and Explosions
Arcs
Blasts
Explosion Prevention
the National Electric Code
Shock Prevention
Fire Prevention
What Did You Learn?
References
Problems
Solving Linear Equations
Laplace Transform
Complex Numbers
Selected Solutions
Index