Basic Methods for Microcomputer Aided Analysis of Electronic Circuits

Basic Methods for Microcomputer Aided Analysis of Electronic Circuits

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Aimed at 2nd/3rd year students on Electrical Networks, Computer Aided Analysis of Electrical Networks and Computer Application courses, this work provides a complete introduction to basic methods and numerical techniques that are frequently used in circuit analysis and simulation. The book is a comprehensive tutorial designed to take the reader from simple problems and programs through to advanced numerical computation techniques. Features are that all topics are illustrated by computer programs written in Turbo-Pascal 4.0-6.0, and are available with the book; algorithms are described in the text and applied in programs.
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  • Paperback | 350 pages
  • 172.72 x 226.06 x 22.86mm | 657.71g
  • Prentice-Hall
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0130612847
  • 9780130612847

Table of contents

Models of electronic components; some network transformations and simple numerical calculations; automatic immittance matrix generation for linear circuits; low frequency analysis of linear circuits; linear equation solutions; adjoint network and its application to sensitivity and hevenin circuit computation; numerical computation of network function derivatives; DC simulation of non-linear circuits; integration of 1st order differential equations - the transient analysis of simple dynamic circuits; transient analysis of larger dynamic circuits; computer generation of state equations and their solutions in the time domain; computation of transient response using the inverse laplace transform; sinusoidal steady state analysis in the frequency domain; steady-state analysis for non-sinusoidal periodic signals - Fourier analysis; artificial intelligence approach to electronic circuit analysis and design.
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