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Introductory Circuit Analysis

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Edition:
12th
ISBN13:

9780131730441

ISBN10:
0131730444
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
1/1/2010
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall

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Summary

THEmost widely acclaimed introduction to circuit analysis for more than three decades. Features exceptionally clear explanations and descriptions, step-by-step examples, more than 50 practical applications, over 2000 easy-to-challenging practice problems, and comprehensive coverage of essentials. PSpice, OrCAd version 9.2 Lite Edition, Multisims 2001 version of Electronics Workbench, and MathCad software references and examples are used throughout. Computer programs (C++, BASIC and PSpice) are printed in color, as they run, at the point in the book where they are discussed. Current and Voltage. Resistance. Ohm's Law, Power, and Energy. Series Circuits. Parallel Circuits. Series-Parallel Networks. Methods of Analysis & Selected Topics. Network Theorems. Capacitors. Magnetic Circuits. Inductors. Sinusodial Alternating Waveforms. The Basic Elements and Phasors. Series and Parallel ac Circuits. Series-Parallel ac Networks. Methods of Analysis and Related Topics. Network Theorems (ac). Power (ac). Resonance. Transformers. Polyphase Systems. Decibels, Filters, and Bode Points. Pulse Waveforms and the R-C Response. Nonsinusodial Circuits. System Analysis: An Introduction. For those working in electronic technology.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1(32)
The Electrical/Electronics Industry
1(1)
A Brief History
2(5)
Units of Measurement
7(1)
Systems of Units
8(3)
Significant Figures, Accuracy, and Rounding Off
11(1)
Powers of Ten
12(4)
Fixed-Point, Floating-Point, Scientific, and Engineering Notation
16(2)
Conversion between Levels of Powers of Ten
18(1)
Conversion within and between Systems of Units
19(3)
Symbols
22(1)
Conversion Tables
22(1)
Calculators
23(3)
Computer Analysis
26(7)
Voltage and Current
33(30)
Introduction
33(1)
Atoms and Their Structure
33(2)
Voltage
35(3)
Current
38(3)
Voltage Sources
41(7)
Ampere-Hour Rating
48(1)
Battery Life Factors
49(2)
Conductors and Insulators
51(1)
Semiconductors
52(1)
Ammeters and Voltmeters
53(1)
Applications
54(5)
Computer Analysis
59(4)
Resistance
63(38)
Introduction
63(1)
Resistance: Circular Wires
64(3)
Wire Tables
67(2)
Resistance: Metric Units
69(2)
Temperature Effects
71(4)
Superconductors
75(3)
Types of Resistors
78(4)
Color Coding and Standard Resistor Values
82(4)
Conductance
86(1)
Ohmmeters
87(1)
Thermistors
88(1)
Photoconductive Cell
89(1)
Varistors
89(1)
Applications
90(5)
Mathcad
95(6)
Ohm's Law, Power, and Energy
101(30)
Introduction
101(1)
Ohm's Law
101(3)
Plotting Ohm's Law
104(2)
Power
106(2)
Energy
108(4)
Efficiency
112(3)
Circuit Breakers, GFCIs, and Fuses
115(1)
Applications
116(4)
Computer Analysis
120(11)
Series dc Circuits
131(54)
Introduction
131(1)
Series Resistors
132(2)
Series Circuits
134(6)
Power Distribution in a Series Circuit
140(1)
Voltage Sources in Series
141(2)
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
143(4)
Voltage Division in a Series Circuit
147(4)
Interchanging Series Elements
151(1)
Notation
151(5)
Voltage Regulation and the Internal Resistance of Voltage Sources
156(5)
Loading Effects of Instruments
161(1)
Protoboards (Breadboards)
162(2)
Applications
164(4)
Computer Analysis
168(17)
Parallel dc Circuits
185(58)
Introduction
185(1)
Parallel Resistors
185(10)
Parallel Circuits
195(6)
Power Distribution in a Parallel Circuit
201(2)
Kirchhoff's Current Law
203(5)
Current Divider Rule
208(5)
Voltage Sources in Parallel
213(1)
Open and Short Circuits
214(4)
Voltmeter Loading Effects
218(2)
Summary Table
220(1)
Troubleshooting Techniques
221(1)
Protoboards (Breadboards)
222(1)
Applications
223(5)
Computer Analysis
228(15)
Series-Parallel Circuits
243(40)
Introduction
243(1)
Series-Parallel Networks
243(1)
Reduce and Return Approach
244(4)
Block Diagram Approach
248(3)
Descriptive Examples
251(7)
Ladder Networks
258(3)
Voltage Divider Supply (Unloaded and Loaded)
261(3)
Potentiometer Loading
264(2)
Ammeter, Voltmeter, and Ohmmeter Design
266(3)
Applications
269(4)
Computer Analysis
273(10)
Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (dc)
283(62)
Introduction
283(1)
Current Sources
283(2)
Source Conversions
285(2)
Current Sources in Parallel
287(2)
Current Sources in Series
289(1)
Branch-Current Analysis
289(6)
Mesh Analysis (General Approach)
295(6)
Mesh Analysis (Format Approach)
301(5)
Nodal Analysis (General Approach)
306(7)
Nodal Analysis (Format Approach)
313(5)
Bridge Networks
318(3)
Y-Δ (T-π) and Δ-Y (π-T) Conversions
321(6)
Applications
327(5)
Computer Analysis
332(13)
Network Theorems
345(52)
Introduction
345(1)
Superposition Theorem
345(8)
Thevenin's Theorem
353(10)
Norton's Theorem
363(4)
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
367(9)
Millman's Theorem
376(3)
Substitution Theorem
379(2)
Reciprocity Theorem
381(1)
Computer Analysis
382(15)
Capacitors
397(64)
Introduction
397(1)
The Electric Field
397(2)
Capacitance
399(4)
Capacitors
403(12)
Transients in Capacitive Networks: The Charging Phase
415(7)
Transients in Capacitive Networks: The Discharging Phase
422(7)
Initial Conditions
429(2)
Instantaneous Values
431(2)
Thevenin Equivalent: τ = RThC
433(3)
The Current iC
436(2)
Capacitors in Series and in Parallel
438(4)
Energy Stored by a Capacitor
442(1)
Stray Capacitances
442(1)
Applications
443(6)
Computer Analysis
449(12)
Inductors
461(52)
Introduction
461(1)
Magnetic Field
461(5)
Inductance
466(6)
Induced Voltage υL
472(2)
R-L Transients: The Storage Phase
474(3)
Initial Conditions
477(2)
R-L Transients: The Release Phase
479(5)
Thevenin Equivalent: τ = L/RTh
484(3)
Instantaneous Values
487(1)
Average Induced Voltage: υLav
487(2)
Inductors in Series and in Parallel
489(1)
Steady-State Conditions
490(2)
Energy Stored by an Inductor
492(1)
Applications
493(6)
Computer Analysis
499(14)
Magnetic Circuits
513(26)
Introduction
513(1)
Magnetic Field
513(1)
Reluctance
514(1)
Ohm's Law for Magnetic Circuits
514(1)
Magnetizing Force
515(1)
Hysteresis
516(4)
Ampere's Circuital Law
520(1)
Flux Φ
521(1)
Series Magnetic Circuits: Determining NI
521(4)
Air Gaps
525(2)
Series-Parallel Magnetic Circuits
527(2)
Determining Φ
529(2)
Applications
531(8)
Sinusoidal Alternating Waveforms
539(48)
Introduction
539(1)
Sinusoidal ac Voltage Characteristics and Definitions
540(3)
Frequency Spectrum
543(3)
The Sinusoidal Waveform
546(5)
General Format for the Sinusoidal Voltage or Current
551(3)
Phase Relations
554(5)
Average Value
559(7)
Effective (rms) Values
566(5)
ac Meters and Instruments
571(4)
Applications
575(2)
Computer Analysis
577(10)
The Basic Elements and Phasors
587(50)
Introduction
587(1)
Derivative
587(2)
Response of Basic R, L, and C Elements to a Sinusoidal Voltage or Current
589(8)
Frequency Response of the Basic Elements
597(6)
Average Power and Power Factor
603(5)
Complex Numbers
608(1)
Rectangular Form
609(1)
Polar Form
609(1)
Conversion between Forms
610(2)
Mathematical Operations with Complex Numbers
612(6)
Calculator and Computer Methods with Complex Numbers
618(5)
Phasors
623(5)
Computer Analysis
628(9)
Series and Parallel ac Circuits
637(76)
Introduction
637(1)
Impedance and the Phasor Diagram
637(6)
Series Configuration
643(7)
Voltage Divider Rule
650(3)
Frequency Response for Series ac Circuits
653(10)
Summary: Series ac Circuits
663(1)
Admittance and Susceptance
663(5)
Parallel ac Networks
668(7)
Current Divider Rule
675(1)
Frequency Response of Parallel Elements
675(7)
Summary: Parallel ac Networks
682(1)
Equivalent Circuits
682(5)
Phase Measurements
687(4)
Applications
691(6)
Computer Analysis
697(16)
Series-Parallel ac Networks
713(30)
Introduction
713(1)
Illustrative Examples
713(11)
Ladder Networks
724(1)
Grounding
725(3)
Applications
728(2)
Computer Analysis
730(13)
Methods of Analysis and Selected Topics (ac)
743(44)
Introduction
743(1)
Independent versus Dependent (Controlled) Sources
743(1)
Source Conversions
744(3)
Mesh Analysis
747(7)
Nodal Analysis
754(10)
Bridge Networks (ac)
764(5)
Δ-Y, Y-Δ Conversions
769(5)
Computer Analysis
774(13)
Network Theorems (ac)
787(48)
Introduction
787(1)
Superposition Theorem
787(7)
Thevenin's Theorem
794(12)
Norton's Theorem
806(6)
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
812(4)
Substitution, Reciprocity, and Millman's Theorems
816(1)
Application
816(4)
Computer Analysis
820(15)
Power (ac)
835(36)
Introduction
835(1)
General Equation
835(1)
Resistive Circuit
836(2)
Apparent Power
838(2)
Inductive Circuit and Reactive Power
840(3)
Capacitive Circuit
843(2)
The Power Triangle
845(2)
The Total P, Q, and S
847(4)
Power-Factor Correction
851(4)
Power Meters
855(1)
Effective Resistance
856(3)
Applications
859(2)
Computer Analysis
861(10)
Resonance
871(46)
Introduction
871(1)
Series Resonant Circuit
872(2)
The Quality Factor (Q)
874(2)
ZT versus Frequency
876(2)
Selectivity
878(2)
VR, VL and VC
880(2)
Examples (Series Resonance)
882(3)
Parallel Resonant Circuit
885(3)
Selectivity Curve for Parallel Resonant Circuits
888(3)
Effect of Qi ≥ 10
891(4)
Summary Table
895(1)
Examples (Parallel Resonance)
896(6)
Applications
902(3)
Computer Analysis
905(12)
Decibels, Filters, and Bode Plots
917(72)
Logarithms
917(3)
Properties of Logarithms
920(1)
Decibels
921(5)
Filters
926(2)
R-C Low-Pass Filter
928(4)
R-C High-Pass Filter
932(4)
Pass-Band Filters
936(4)
Stop-Band Filters
940(2)
Double-Tuned Filter
942(1)
Bode Plots
943(8)
Sketching the Bode Response
951(5)
Low-Pass Filter with Limited Attenuation
956(4)
High-Pass Filter with Limited Attenuation
960(5)
Additional Properties of Bode Plots
965(7)
Crossover Networks
972(1)
Applications
973(6)
Computer Analysis
979(10)
Transformers
989(40)
Introduction
989(1)
Mutual Inductance
989(3)
The Iron-Core Transformer
992(4)
Reflected Impedance and Power
996(2)
Impedance Matching, Isolation, and Displacement
998(4)
Equivalent Circuit (Iron-Core Transformer)
1002(3)
Frequency Considerations
1005(1)
Series Connection of Mutually Coupled Coils
1006(3)
Air-Core Transformer
1009(3)
Nameplate Data
1012(1)
Types of Transformers
1013(2)
Tapped and Multiple-Load Transformers
1015(1)
Networks with Magnetically Coupled Coils
1016(1)
Applications
1017(4)
Computer Analysis
1021(8)
Polyphase Systems
1029(38)
Introduction
1029(1)
Three-Phase Generator
1030(1)
Y-Connected Generator
1031(2)
Phase Sequence (Y-Connected Generator)
1033(2)
Y-Connected Generator with a Y-Connected Load
1035(2)
Y-Δ System
1037(2)
Δ-Connected Generator
1039(1)
Phase Sequence (Δ-Connected Generator)
1040(1)
Δ-Δ, Δ-Y Three-Phase Systems
1040(2)
Power
1042(6)
Three-Wattmeter Method
1048(1)
Two-Wattmeter Method
1049(3)
Unbalanced, Three-Phase, Four-Wire, Y-Connected Load
1052(2)
Unbalanced, Three-Phase, Three-Wire, Y-Connected Load
1054(13)
Pulse Waveforms and the R-C Response
1067(28)
Introduction
1067(1)
Ideal versus Actual
1067(4)
Pulse Repetition Rate and Duty Cycle
1071(3)
Average Value
1074(1)
Transient R-C Networks
1075(2)
R-C Response to Square-Wave Inputs
1077(7)
Oscilloscope Attenuator and Compensating Probe
1084(1)
Application
1085(3)
Computer Analysis
1088(7)
Nonsinusoidal Circuits
1095(54)
Introduction
1095(1)
Fourier Series
1096(9)
Circuit Response to a Nonsinusoidal Input
1105(6)
Addition and Subtraction of Nonsinusoidal Waveforms
1111(1)
Computer Analysis
1112(8)
Appendixes
Appendix A. Conversion Factors
1120(3)
Appendix B. T1-86 Calculator
1123(3)
Appendix C. PSpice, Multisim, and Mathcad
1126(2)
Appendix D. Determinants
1128(8)
Appendix E. Greek Alphabet
1136(1)
Appendix F. Magnetic Parameter Conversions
1137(1)
Appendix G. Maximum Power Transfer Conditions
1138(2)
Appendix H. Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems
1140(9)
Index 1149


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