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Principles of Electric Circuits : Electron-Flow Version

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ISBN10:
0130959987
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Pub. Date:
8/1/1999
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Prentice Hall
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Summary

Acclaimed for its strong emphasis on troubleshooting, this full-color text provides a clear introduction to DC/AC circuits supported by an abundance of exercises, examples, and illustrationsempowering students with the knowledge, insight, and problem-solving experience they need to step out of the classroom and into a job. Fully supported by an instructional visual program that includes photographs, illustrations, tables and charts, includes specially designed, hands-on Technology Theory Into Practice (TECH Tips) sections linking principles to real world practices, and limits the use of mathematics to only those concepts that are needed for understanding.

Table of Contents

Components, Quantities, and Units
1(17)
Electrical Components and Measuring Instruments
2(5)
Electrical and Magnetic Units
7(1)
Scientific Notation
8(3)
Metric Prefixes
11(2)
Metric Unit Conversions
13(5)
Voltage, Current, and Resistance
18(50)
Atomic Structure
20(3)
Electrical Charge
23(2)
Voltage
25(4)
Current
29(1)
Resistance
30(7)
The Electric Circuit
37(8)
Basic Circuit Measurements
45(7)
Technology Theory into Practice
52(16)
Ohm's Law
68(22)
Ohm's Law
70(2)
Calculating Current
72(3)
Calculating Voltage
75(2)
Calculating Resistance
77(2)
The Relationship of Current, Voltage, and Resistance
79(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
82(8)
Energy and Power
90(20)
Energy and Power
92(2)
Power in an Electric Circuit
94(2)
Resistor Power Ratings
96(4)
Energy Conversion and Voltage Drop in Resistance
100(1)
Power Supplies
101(2)
Technology Theory into Practice
103(7)
Series Circuits
110(50)
Resistors in Series
112(2)
Current in a Series Circuit
114(2)
Total Series Resistance
116(3)
Ohm's Law in Series Circuits
119(4)
Voltage Sources in Series
123(3)
Kirchhoff's Voltage Law
126(3)
Voltage Dividers
129(7)
Power in a Series Circuit
136(2)
Circuit Ground
138(4)
Troubleshooting
142(2)
Technology Theory into Practice
144(16)
Parallel Circuits
160(50)
Resistors in Parallel
162(3)
Voltage Drop in Parallel Circuits
165(1)
Kirchhoff's Current Law
166(4)
Total Parallel Resistance
170(6)
Ohm's Law in Parallel Circuits
176(4)
Current Sources in Parallel
180(1)
Current Dividers
181(4)
Power in Parallel Circuits
185(2)
Examples of Parallel Circuit Applications
187(5)
Troubleshooting
192(4)
Technology Theory into Practice
196(14)
Series-Parallel Circuits
210(50)
Identifying Series-Parallel Relationships
212(5)
Analysis of Series-Parallel Circuits
217(8)
Voltage Dividers with Resistive Loads
225(4)
Loading Effect of a Voltmeter
229(3)
Ladder Networks
232(5)
The Wheatstone Bridge
237(3)
Troubleshooting
240(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
243(17)
Circuit Theorems and Conversions
260(50)
The Voltage Source
262(2)
The Current Source
264(2)
Source Conversions
266(3)
The Superposition Theorem
269(7)
Thevenin's Theorem
276(9)
Norton's Theorem
285(3)
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
288(2)
Delta-to-Wye (Δ-to-Y) and Wye-to-Delta (Y-to-Δ) Conversions
290(5)
Technology Theory into Practice
295(15)
Branch, Mesh, and Node Analysis
310(30)
Branch Current Method
312(2)
Determinants
314(6)
Solving Simultaneous Equations Using a Calculator
320(3)
Mesh Current Method
323(4)
Node Voltage Method
327(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
330(10)
Magnetism and Electromagnetism
340(36)
The Magnetic Field
342(4)
Electromagnetism
346(6)
Electromagnetic Devices
352(5)
Magnetic Hysteresis
357(2)
Electromagnetic Induction
359(4)
Applications of Electromagnetic Induction
363(4)
Technology Theory into Practice
367(9)
Introduction to Alternating Current and Voltage
376(54)
The Sine Wave
378(5)
Sinusoidal Voltage Sources
383(3)
Voltage and Current Values of Sine Waves
386(4)
Angular Measurement of a Sine Wave
390(4)
The Sine Wave Formula
394(2)
Ohm's Law and Kirchhoff's Laws in AC Circuits
396(3)
Superimposed DC and AC Voltages
399(2)
Nonsinusoidal Waveforms
401(7)
Oscilloscope Measurements
408(5)
Technology Theory into Practice
413(17)
Phasors and Complex Numbers
430(30)
Introduction to Phasors
432(5)
The Complex Number System
437(4)
Rectangular and Polar Forms
441(7)
Mathematical Operations
448(5)
Technology Theory into Practice
453(7)
Capacitors
460(58)
The Basic Capacitor
462(7)
Types of Capacitors
469(6)
Series Capacitors
475(4)
Parallel Capacitors
479(2)
Capacitors in DC Circuits
481(10)
Capacitors in AC Circuits
491(5)
Capacitor Applications
496(5)
Testing Capacitors
501(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
504(14)
Inductors
518(40)
The Basic Inductor
520(6)
Types of Inductors
526(1)
Series Inductors
527(1)
Parallel Inductors
528(2)
Inductors in DC Circuits
530(9)
Inductors in AC Circuits
539(5)
Inductor Applications
544(2)
Testing Inductors
546(1)
Technology Theory into Practice
547(11)
Transformers
558(40)
Mutual Inductance
560(1)
The Basic Transformer
561(4)
Step-Up Transformers
565(1)
Step-Down Transformers
566(1)
Loading the Secondary Winding
567(2)
Reflected Load
569(2)
Matching the Load and Source Resistances
571(3)
The Transformer as an Isolation Device
574(2)
Nonideal Transformer Characteristics
576(3)
Other Types of Transformers
579(5)
Troubleshooting Transformers
584(2)
Technology Theory into Practice
586(12)
RC Circuits
598(64)
Series Reactive Circuits
600(11)
Sinusoidal Response of RC Circuits
600(1)
Impedance and Phase Angle of Series RC Circuits
601(3)
Analysis of Series RC Circuits
604(7)
Parallel Reactive Circuits
611(9)
Impedance and Phase Angle of Parallel RC Circuits
611(3)
Analysis of Parallel RC Circuits
614(6)
Series-Parallel Reactive Circuits
620(6)
Series-Parallel RC Circuits
620(6)
Special Topics
626(36)
Power in RC Circuits
626(4)
Basic Applications
630(11)
Troubleshooting
641(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
644(18)
RL Circuits
662(46)
Series Reactive Circuits
664(8)
Sinusoidal Response of RL Circuits
664(1)
Impedance and Phase Angle of Series RL Circuits
665(2)
Analysis of Series RL Circuits
667(5)
Parallel Reactive Circuits
672(7)
Impedance and Phase Angle of Parallel RL Circuits
672(3)
Analysis of Parallel RL Circuits
675(4)
Series-Parallel Reactive Circuits
679(4)
Series-Parallel RL Circuits
679(4)
Special Topics
683(25)
Power in RL Circuits
683(4)
Basic Applications
687(7)
Troubleshooting
694(2)
Technology Theory into Practice
696(12)
RLC Circuits and Resonance
708(52)
Series Reactive Circuits
710(13)
Impedance of Series RLC Circuits
710(2)
Analysis of Series RLC Circuits
712(4)
Series Resonance
716(7)
Parallel Reactive Circuits
723(9)
Impedance of Parallel RLC Circuits
723(3)
Analysis of Parallel RLC Circuits
726(2)
Parallel Resonance
728(4)
Series-Parallel Reactive Circuits
732(8)
Analysis of Series-Parallel RLC Circuits
732(8)
Special Topics
740(20)
Bandwidth of Resonant Circuits
740(4)
Applications
744(4)
Technology Theory into Practice
748(12)
Basic Filters
760(32)
Low-Pass Filters
762(7)
High-Pass Filters
769(4)
Band-Pass Filters
773(5)
Band-Stop Filters
778(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
781(11)
Circuit Theorems in AC Analysis
792(32)
The Superposition Theorem
794(4)
Thevenin's Theorem
798(9)
Norton's Theorem
807(4)
Maximum Power Transfer Theorem
811(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
814(10)
Pulse Response of Reactive Circuits
824(46)
The RC Integrator
826(1)
Single-Pulse Response of RC Integrators
827(5)
Repetitive-Pulse Response of RC Integrators
832(5)
Single-Pulse Response of RC Differentiators
837(5)
Repetitive-Pulse Response of RC Differentiators
842(2)
Pulse Response of RL Integrators
844(5)
Pulse Response of RL Differentiators
849(4)
Relationship of Time (Pulse) Response to Frequency Response
853(3)
Troubleshooting
856(3)
Technology Theory into Practice
859(11)
Polyphase Systems in Power Applications
870(30)
Basic Polyphase Machines
872(2)
Polyphase Generators in Power Applications
874(5)
Three-Phase Generators
879(6)
Three-Phase Source/Load Analysis
885(6)
Three-Phase Power
891(9)
Appendix A Table of Standard Resistor Values 900(1)
Appendix B Batteries 901(3)
Appendix C Derivations 904(3)
Appendix D Capacitor Color Coding 907(1)
Answers to Selected Odd-Numbered Problems 908(11)
Glossary 919(5)
Index 924


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