Electric Circuit Analysis

Electric Circuit Analysis

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For two-semester courses in DC and AC Circuit Analysis, Circuits: Conventional Flow, and Electrical Engineering Technology. This text establishes a clear relationship between the basic principles of electric circuit analysis and the problem-solving procedures for analyzing electric currents. It contains traditional topics in electric circuit analysis along with matrix methods for solving systems of algebraic equations for simultaneous solutions, derivatives and integrals, differential equations, and Laplace transforms.show more

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  • Hardback | 923 pages
  • 205.7 x 271.8 x 40.6mm | 2,063.87g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 013014410X
  • 9780130144102

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Charles Monier, professor at Nicholls State University, approaches the topic of DC/AC Circuit Analysis in a new way. The text shows students how to analyze more complex circuits without requiring calculus. This allows technology students to understand more elaborate circuits that they may face in the workplace. The text includes a brief Pspice Version 9.0 tutorial to help students use this powerful circuit analysis tool in the Laboratory. Step-by-step summaries are found in each chapter to aid student comprehension of circuit analysis theories presented in the text.show more

Table of contents

1. Preliminary Concepts. 2. Ohm's Law and Resistance. 3. Kirchhoff's Laws and Resistor Combinations. 4. Basic Analysis Tools. 5. Numerical Methods. 6. Multiloop Circuits. 7. Network Theorems. 8. The Operational Amplifier and Basic Measuring Devices. 9. Basic Mathematical Concepts. 10. Capacitors. 11. Inductors. 12. Differential Equations. 13. Source-Free Circuits. 14. Source-Driven Circuits. 15. Laplace Transform Methods. 16. Mathematics for AC Circuits. 17. Basic AC Circuits. 18. Multiple-Loop AC Circuits. 19. Network Theorems Applied to AC Circuits. 20. Power and Energy in AC Circuits. 21. Transformers. 22. Two-Port Networks. 23. Three-Phase Circuits. Appendix A: PSpice Demonstration. References. Answers to Selected Problems. Index.show more

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